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What will be the US food mega-trends of 2019?

2018 was a year of dynamism and change in the US food industry and 2019 looks like being no different, writes Victor Martino....

Guide: Meat companies with stakes in meat-free

With plant-based products growing in popularity and investment in lab-created products on the rise, we present a guide on how meat manu...

How marketeers must adapt to the new consumer

All that's historically been solid in CPG brand marketing is melting into air amid changes in consumer demand, argues just-food's US co...

How growing German vegan market could shape up

In the first part of a two-part feature yesterday, Andy Coyne looked at the growth of the German packaged vegan food market. Today, we weigh...

Latest Interviews

"If Green & Black's consumers want a different brand, we hope we're that brand" - UK chocolate firm Seed and Bean sets out stall - the bitesize interview 12 Oct 2018

Dean Best

Seed and Bean is a fledgling but growing UK-based organic chocolate maker, building a presence at home and abroad. Dean Best spoke to co-owner Oliver Shorts about the company's ambitions.


"We want to create disruption" - Good Catch's Chad Sarno on the rise of plant-based seafood, the bitesize interview 27 Sep 2018

Andy Coyne

Until now the plant-based food phenomenon has centred on replacing meat and dairy products but New York's Good Catch is among the upstarts to have created vegan 'seafood'. One of its founders, Chad Sarno, tells Andy Coyne of the challenges it has faced and its hopes for the future.

Latest News

US Plant Based Foods Association reveals new certification label 14 Nov 18

Andy Coyne

America's Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA) has launched a new initiative which it hopes will help to increase consumer confidence.


The Beyond Burger 'hits UK, Australia retail markets' 12 Nov 18

Andy Coyne

Beyond Meat, the US plant-based burger business, has reportedly started to distribute its product through major retailers in the UK and Australia.


New Hain Celestial CEO Mark Schiller sets out stall after disappointing results 9 Nov 18

Andy Coyne

Mark Schiller, the new CEO of US food group Hain Celestial, has told analysts how he intends to improve the company's fortunes.


Lindt & Sprungli responds to campaign groups' criticism over deforestation commitments 9 Nov 18

Simon Harvey

Lindt & Sprüngli has responded to criticism by campaign groups over the Swiss chocolate maker's deforestation commitments.


Industry report highlights forced labour in palm oil 6 Nov 18

Andy Coyne

A report commissioned by industry body The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) has revealed concerns about the palm-oil industry.


McCormick & Co. issues pledge on plastics 30 Oct 18

Dean Best

Spices and sauces giant McCormick & Co. has announced a commitment on the plastic the company uses in the packaging of its products.

Latest blogs

Will Fox be on the run over post-Brexit food standards? 18 Oct 18

Andy Coyne

UK international trade secretary Dr. Liam Fox was talking tough this week, insisting there will be no lowering of the country's food standards when negotiating free trade agreements post-Brexit. But is that a promise he will be able to keep?


Crisp maker embraces change after snack attack 5 Oct 18

Andy Coyne

PepsiCo-owned UK crisp maker Walkers has introduced a new recycling scheme after pressure from environmental campaigners.



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