Advertising & labelling: Latest news and analysis articles
Gluten-free has a well-established presence in the markets of western Europe, notably Italy, Germany and the UK, but the sector is rapidly g...
Over the past decade, gluten-free has established itself as a significant category in markets in North America, western Europe and Australas...
Food policy may not have been much discussed in the campaigns of either of the White House hopefuls so far, but when Hillary Clinton or Dona...
The UK government’s action plan on childhood obesity in England, launched today (18 August), has been criticised by industry bodies, health...
US snacks maker Kind LLC has been one of the country's most successful challenger brands in recent years, with its products eating into the sales of larger, more-established competitors amid growing demand for simpler, less processed foods. Last year, the US Food and Drug Administration claimed Kind was breaching rules on content claims by putting the word 'healthy' on its bars, as the products contained higher-than-permitted levels of saturated fat, principally due to the nuts in the recipes. Kind changed its packaging but started work on challenging the FDA's decision. Earlier this month, after discussions with Kind, the FDA relented. Dean Best spoke to Kind CEO Lubetzky about the episode.
For French dairy group Danone, improving the performance of its global dairy business and transforming it to a growth platform is a priority. As part of this drive, the company has launched an international marketing campaign for its Danonino yoghurt brand. Patricia Oliva, the global marketing director for Danonino, spoke to just-food about how the brand hopes to strike a unique chord with consumers.
Australian cereal maker Sanitarium has announced that its Weet-Bix breakfast cereal product is being relaunched in China under the name Nutri-Brex.
Groups representing dairy and arable farmers in the US have written a public letter to the head of Dannon, Danone’s US business, criticising how the company is marketing products made without genetically modified ingredients.
The Japanese government has proposed new rules requiring country-of-origin labelling for all processed food on sale in the country.
Ireland has become the latest EU member country to inform the European Commission it intends to introduce mandatory country-of-origin labels for certain meat products.
Greece's rural development and food ministry has said it plans to re-introduce mandatory origin labelling for milk and dairy products sold in the country.
The US Food and Drug Administration has kicked off its bid to draw up new rules on how food companies operating in the country can use the phrase "healthy" on their labelling.
We hear a lot in the food industry about two interconnected trends: and social media and “foodie” culture.
As the UK starts to ponder what kind of a relationship it wants with the European Union post-Brexit, EU leaders have been lining up to warn that Britain will not be allowed to "cherry pick" deals and policies that might suit it best as a departing member of the club of EU nations.
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