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New products – General Mills takes Pillsbury into ready-to-eat cookies; Russia's Cherkizovo in meat snack launch; Kind's frozen breakfast Smoothie Bowls 

11 March 2021 | just-food.com

This week's selection of new products includes goat-milk variants of Hochdorf's Bimbosan infant nutrition range and Kraft Heinz unveiling desserts. ... read more


Cell-based meat "could be cost-competitive by 2030"

11 March 2021 | Andy Coyne

New research has predicted how much meat created in a lab will cost compared to conventional meat by 2030. ... read more


"We are moving faster to get to consumers" – Sioned Winfield, insights transformation director at PepsiCo

9 March 2021 | Lucy Britner

PepsiCo's insights transformation director on the need to be "closer and more responsive" to consumers and using AI to determine lasting trends. ... read more


What will attract consumers to 'hybrid' meat products?

8 March 2021 | David Burrows

As more consumers become interested in the sustainability of what they eat, what role can 'hybrid' products made from meat and veg play? Early launches haven't always succeeded. ... read more


Can cell-based meat not cost the earth?

5 March 2021 | Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne looks at recent developments surrounding cell-based meat, where attempts to cut production costs will be critical in any efforts to launch commercially-viable products. ... read more


New products – Sargento teams up with Mondelez in cheese snacks; Halo Top gets fruity; Kellogg goes thin with new crackers

5 March 2021 | just-food.com

This week's selection of new products includes Nestle's Crema Baci chocolate spread, which it has launched in Italy, and a new range of pizzas from US-based Newman's Own. ... read more


Plant-based meat's health challenges

4 March 2021 | Simon Harvey

Meat-alternative companies are facing scrutiny over the health credentials of their products. Simon Harvey looks at the questions being asked and how manufacturers are reacting. ... read more


US grocer Kroger wants to back upcycling firms

3 March 2021 | Dean Best

One of the largest food retailers in the US has a fund set aside to support companies set up to "manufacture, process or distribute upcycled consumer food products". ... read more


How Chinese start-up Ffit8 is riding interest in protein

3 March 2021 | GlobalData Consumer

Interest in protein-packed food is growing in China, as is demand for meal-replacement products. GlobalData reports on how one Beijing-based firm is looking to ride these trends. ... read more


The fermentation flurry in plant-based meat

2 March 2021 | Simon Creasey

With plants and cells grabbing headlines as the market for alt-meat takes hold, could a new generation of products made using cutting-edge fermentation processes start to simmer? ... read more


Why sugar is no longer the sweet spot – UK snack bars deep dive, part two

2 March 2021 | Andy Coyne

In the second part of his deep dive into the UK snack-bar market, Andy Coyne solicits expert opinion about where the category is headed and what is driving it forward. ... read more


Coming to the crunch – UK snack bars deep dive, part one

1 March 2021 | Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne takes a close look at the UK snack bar category and at how it has adapted to the unique trading conditions created by Covid lockdown restrictions.  ... read more


The alternative-seafood minnows eyeing the big catch of Asia

26 February 2021 | Dean Best

A huge market for seafood, Asia could be a lucrative opportunity for companies offering plant-based alternatives – but challenges face the companies looking to reel in consumers. ... read more


Can plant-based cheese come of age?

25 February 2021 | Lucy Britner

Concerns over quality and taste have held back the market for plant-based cheese. How are suppliers trying to improve their products while competing in a wider price-driven market? ... read more


New products – Coca-Cola's Fairlife launches lactose-free line; Sabra rolls out plant-based snacks for kids; Modern Meat to add vegan cheese line

25 February 2021 | just-food.com

This week's new product launches that caught the eye include Sabra introducing plant-based snacks for kids and Canada's Modern Meat creating a new dairy-free cheese line. ... read more


"Premium and convenience are the areas where we operate best" – St Pierre Groupe's Paul Baker on offering indulgence in the bakery aisle

23 February 2021 | Andy Coyne

Paul Baker, co-founder of St Pierre Groupe, tells Andy Coyne about the UK bakery business' US strategy, how it has coped with Covid and how convenience is shaping its future. ... read more


Mosa Meat closes funding round for additional $10m

23 February 2021 | Andy Coyne

Dutch cell-based protein business Mosa Meat has announced a development in relation to its series B investment round. ... read more


New products – Lotus Bakeries-owned Bear snacks moves into ice lollies; Litehouse's Purely Balanced dressings; Serenity Kids rolls out grain-free puffs; Nestle eyes vegan KitKat

19 February 2021 | just-food.com

This week's selection of new products that caught the eye include the first vegan baby-food brand from Nestlé, and plans for a vegan KitKat, and salad dressings from Litehouse.  ... read more


Nestle joins forces with Swiss tech experts on carbon footprint project

16 February 2021 | Andy Coyne

Global food giant Nestlé has linked up with a technology institute on a research project intended to help reduce the carbon footprint of agricultural raw materials. ... read more


Add Psalt accelerator seeks to foster growth in black community enterprises

15 February 2021 | Andy Coyne

A new non-profit accelerator has been launched to boost brands in the UK food and beverage sectors founded by black people. ... read more


German dairy Bauer makes vegan push

15 February 2021 | Dean Best

Bauer, the privately-owned German dairy processor, is rolling out a range of plant-based dairy alternatives. ... read more


New products – Small Giants wins in Sainsbury's with cricket snacks; Arla adds dips to Buko line in Germany; Conagra unveils Mondelez tie-up; Insane Grain wins 'big four' listing

12 February 2021 | just-food.com

This week's batch of new products includes the addition of dips to Arla's Buko brand in Germany and UK healthy snacks start-up Insane Grain winning its first 'big four' listing.  ... read more


Irish plant-based business Fiid targets UK expansion

12 February 2021 | Andy Coyne

Fiid, an Irish plant-based food business specialising in shelf-stable products, has set its sights on winning listings with major grocers in another market. ... read more


Plant-based priorities – dairy companies also in dairy-free

12 February 2021 | Andy Coyne

just-food rounds up what the world's leading dairy businesses, or food majors with a significant dairy offering, are providing in the dairy-free product area. ... read more


Ferrero makes branded ice-cream push

10 February 2021 | Dean Best

Italy-based confectioner and sweet-snacks giant Ferrero is taking on another part of the food industry. ... read more


Mondelez launches CoLab snacks accelerator

10 February 2021 | Dean Best

The US giant, through its SnackFutures innovation and venture arm, is setting up a scheme to work with fledgling businesses in what the Cadbury maker calls "well-being snacks". ... read more


US cell-based firm New Age Meats secures more funding

10 February 2021 | Andy Coyne

US cell-based firm New Age Meats has secured additional backing from investors, including the founder of snack bar brand RXBar, it has announced. ... read more


PepsiCo renames racially insensitive Aunt Jemima brand as Pearl Milling Company

10 February 2021 | Simon Harvey

PepsiCo has renamed its Aunt Jemima brand of pancake mixes and syrups after the US food and beverages major announced the plan in June amid concerns about racial stereotyping. ... read more


New products – Valeo takes Rowse honey into spreads; Nestle launches Lily's Kitchen in China; Bel unveils plant-based Nurishh in UK; Fazer Minis address kids' health

3 February 2021 | just-food.com

This week's batch of new products includes Ireland's Valeo Foods taking Rowse honey into the UK chocolate spreads category and Nestlé is launching Lily's Kitchen pet food in China. ... read more


Dairy giant Muller to launch vegan range

3 February 2021 | Dean Best

The Germany-based dairy major, one of the largest milk processors in Europe, is to enter the vegan market in its home country. ... read more


Smithfield Foods to reduce sugar, salt in products

1 February 2021 | Andy Coyne

Smithfield Foods, the US meat firm owned by China's WH Group, has made a four-year commitment linked to the amount of sugar and salt in its product range. ... read more


US snacks firm Stryve Foods to list on Nasdaq

28 January 2021 | Simon Harvey

Stryve Foods LLC, a US-based protein snacks firm, said it has formed a "definitive agreement for a business combination" with a blank-check company. ... read more


India's biscuit makers prepare for post-Covid growth

28 January 2021 | Raghavendra Verma

just-food correspondent Raghavendra Verma surveys India's biscuit market, which has enjoyed bumper sales during the Covid-19 pandemic. ... read more


New products – Bel adds plant-based ingredients to The Laughing Cow range in US; Kellogg takes W.K Kellogg brand into new area; Oatly launches dairy-free 'cheese' spreads

28 January 2021 | just-food.com

The latest batch of new products includes Kellogg launching snack bars for kids in the UK and plant-based firm Oatly expanding into a new area. ... read more


Five categories to thrive in new normal for US packaged food

26 January 2021 | Victor Martino

just-food's US columnist Victor Martino sets out five areas he believes will thrive in the country's packaged-food market in the wake of Covid-19. ... read more


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