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BRC & FDF call for submissions for sugar alternative ingredients

Time to look for alternative sugar reduction ingredients. Picture: © iStock/BogdanReava.

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) and the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) are calling on ingredient manufacturers, product specialists and researchers to submit details of sugar alternative ingredients to help companies reformulate their products.

Target has joined the list of retailers and manufacturers who have made the pledge to remove artificial ingredients and preservatives from kiddie's foods. Pic: ©iStock/Sinenkiy

Target pledges zero artificial ingredients for own-brands aimed at kids

Mondelēz is rolling out its Cadbury Crunchy Melts in the UK. Pic: Mondelēz

Mondelēz taps 'potential' in UK biscuits market with Cadbury cookies

Triscuit is rolling out its range of crackers that have been Non-GMO Project Verified across the US and Canada. Pic: Triscuit

Mondelēz’ Triscuit transitions to non-GMO across entire portfolio

Brumau has been harvesting peanuts since 1989 and, today, is Brazil's largest edible peanut and peanut oil processor. Pic: ©iStock/wilaiwanphoto

Brazilian peanut processor Brumau courts European markets

The US TTAB has ruled that 'coffee flour' can not be trademarked as it is a generic term for the flour product. Pic: ©iStock/loca4motion

Coffee four maker loses trademark appeal

Grana, the largest umbrella body for grain-producing companies in Russia's Altai region, is opening a new cereal mill together with Tretyakovsky Elevator in 2018. Pic:  ©iStock/joruba

Grana to open Russian cereal mill in Altai region

Novozymes' Food & Beverage division has posted good growth, following important advances in developing enzymes from grain milling, among others. Pic: ©iStock/younghee song

Novozymes’ F&B unit delivers company’s top growth in H1 2017

Univar & Kudos Blends extend their distribution agreement. Pic: Kudos Blends.

'Reducing sodium in customers’ end products is an important consumer-driven trend’

Nuts and seeds are once again among the top three culprits of food product recalls, which, in Q2 2017 saw the third highest number of recalls since 1999. Pic: ©iStock/Ildo Frazao

Recall update: Nuts and seeds still among top three offenders in Q2 2017

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