Ice Cream: Latest news and analysis articles
With stagnant volumes and volatility in costs putting pressure on margins, more companies are turning their attention to supply chains to ek...
With suspicion of so-called Big Food at an all-time high, the food industry needs to be proactive in its response to Public Health England's...
Nestle missed analyst expectations for its sales growth today (16 October), when the world's largest food maker reported sales of CHF64.8bn...
Unilever beat market expectations with a stellar third-quarter sales update this morning (15 October). However, with growth driven by its lo...
Last year was record-breaking for the UTZ sustainable farming programme and certification scheme. Being able to provide companies with a scalable way to source certified sustainable commodities has been critical to its progress, as UTZ markets director Daan de Vries explained to Ben Cooper.
Camel milk - a staple food in the Middle East that dates back centuries - is gaining traction worldwide thanks to the touting of its many health properties. In an interview with Hannah Abdulla, deputy general manager of Dubai-based Emirates Industry of Camel Milk Products, Mutasher al Badry, speaks about the potential of the sector and his hopes of camel milk replacing other milk options.
Indian ice cream maker Dinshaw Dairy Foods is not in talks to sell shares in the business.
General Mills has set a deadline of 2025 for its US business to only use cage-free eggs.
Blue Bell Creameries, the US company at the centre of a fatal listeria outbreak earlier this year, has resumed operations at its plant in Brenham in Texas, the ice cream maker's main production facility.
Australian ice cream maker Harry & Larry's is planning further innovation from new premises after securing a grant from the Victoria state government.
The South African government today (17 November) announced a deal with Washington over avian flu, with Pretoria claiming the deal is a "significant milestone" towards securing preferential access for its exporters to the US market.
The US Food and Drug Administration has announced new rules on produce and on imported foods it says will improve safety controls in the supply chain.
Online selling still represents a huge opportunity for food manufacturers to develop a better understanding of their shoppers and to reach them directly, according to a new report set to be published next month.
A team of researchers from the University of Cambridge have blamed increasing portion sizes in the UK for obesity.
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