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New Products - Vivera launches plant-based 'hamburger' in UK; Bel debuts Boursin Velvety in the UK; Jack Link's rolls out new on-the-go snacks; Genius adds to range in UK

5 Oct 2018

This week's most eye-catching product news features Mars' plans to shake up some of its chocolate ranges in the UK and Nestle's move to roll out a line of organic Herta products in France.

New Products - Gluten-free Genius Foods launches plant-based wraps; Campbell adds sweet potato drink to its V8 range; Struik launches Bunlimited hot dog meal kit in UK; Premier Foods expands Oxo portfolio

23 Aug 2018

This week's round-up of the most notable product development from the international food sector includes Bao Bun kits from London-based School of Wok.

Genius Foods to close UK site in Hull

11 Aug 2017

UK-based gluten-free supplier Genius Foods is to shut a domestic plant, based in the eastern English city of Hull.

Genius drops unbranded lines, stays mum on job cuts

7 Apr 2017

UK-based gluten-free supplier Genius Foods has announced plans to stop production of "all non-Genius branded lines" by June.

Genius Foods launches breakfast biscuits in UK

14 Feb 2017

Genius Foods, the UK-based gluten-free supplier, has launched a range of breakfast biscuits in its domestic market.

Warburtons, Genius, Wessanen form UK gluten-free trade body

9 Jan 2017

Companies including Warburtons, Genius Foods and Mrs Crimble's owner Wessanen have set up a gluten-free industry association in the UK to work on standards and improve consumer confidence.

Emily Crisps names ex-Genius boss Roz Cuschieri chairman

19 Dec 2016

Fledgling UK fruit and vegetable crisp maker Emily Crisps has appointed Roz Cuschieri, the former CEO of gluten-free business Genius Foods, as its new chairman.

What are the next major markets for gluten-free? UAE leads growing Gulf interest

20 Oct 2016

The Gulf is emerging as one to watch for the gluten-free sector. In just-food's series of spotlights on the next five markets manufacturers should target, John Shepherd looks at the gluten-free market is developing in the region.

What are the next major markets for gluten-free? - France the "sleeping giant" of the sector

6 Oct 2016

Over the past decade, gluten-free has established itself as a significant category in markets in North America, western Europe and Australasia. Gluten-free specialists have become sizeable businesses, with some building notable international operations and some attracting takeover interest from larger rivals. In a series of articles, just-food's John Shepherd puts forward five markets seen as the next for gluten-free manufacturers  - and conventional business interested in gluten-free

Genius adds bagels to UK range

3 Mar 2016

Genius Foods, the UK-based gluten-free manufacturer, has added bagels to its range on sale in its domestic market.

Genius Foods buys UK gluten-free firm Chapel Foods

23 Nov 2015

Genius Foods, the UK-based gluten-free business has snapped up local gluten-free pastry products maker Chapel Foods.

Genius revamps bread recipes in UK

7 Sep 2015

Genius Foods is hoping to "change the face" of the UK gluten-free bread market after changes to the recipes of its products.

FRANCE: Genius secures listings in four supermarkets

21 Jul 2014

UK-based gluten free firm Genius Foods has announced its expansion into France.

Gluten free: Germany, Canada, Australia among other growth markets

30 Apr 2013

Aside from the US and UK, where the gluten-free category is witnessing strong growth, there are a number of other gluten free markets look likely to develop elsewhere over the coming years.

just the answer - Genius Foods CEO Roz Cuschieri

1 Mar 2013

UK gluten-free specialist Genius Foods has experienced phenomenal growth since its inception three years ago. Genius has become a leader in the UK's fast-growing gluten-free sector and is set on expanding its presence further. As part of this drive, it plans to buy out venture partner Finsbury Food Group. Michelle Russell spoke with Genius's CEO Roz Cuschieri.

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