Dannon makes 3-part pledge
Dannon has announced a pledge to its farmers, retail customers and consumers to further improve sustainable agriculture practices for its milk supply, to increase transparency for its portfolio of products and evolve to more natural and fewer ingredien...
Nestlé, R&R to create Froneri
Nestlé and UK ice cream company R&R have agreed to set up Froneri, a joint venture with sales of around CHF2.7 billion in over 20 countries employing about 15,000 people.
Kerry sees 2.9% growth
Kerry has issued an Interim Management Statement for the first quarter ended 31 March 2016. The company reported 2.9% growth in business volumes, with Taste & Nutrition up 3.1% and Consumer Foods up 2.1%.
Enzymotec: PS set to break out
Phosphatidylserine - more commonly known as PS - is set to break out from the cognitive health category and make a big impact in several new benefit areas, according to Enzymotec, the supplier of EnzyPS.
Glanbia reports ”good performance”
Glanbia has issued its Interim Management Statement for the three month period to 2 April 2016, noting that the outlook for the remainder of 2016 is positive and reiterating its full year guidance of adjusted earnings per share growth of 8% to 10%.
Gen Z prefer natural, practical
Taught to make healthy choices from a young age, Gen Z college students take that lesson seriously when reaching for beverages according to a new survey from industry consultants Beverage Marketing Corporation (BMC) and Fluent
Arjuna launches OXYSTORM
Arjuna Natural is launching OXYSTORM standardized nitrate to the sports nutrition market, noting that the latest clinical research results show that OXYSTORM can help athletes work out longer and harder.
DSM sees strong quarter
DSM has reported what it describes as strong first quarter. Group net sales were up at €1,913 million, with 2% organic growth. Group EBITDA was up 19% to €296 million. Nutrition saw 6% organic sales growth, with EBITDA up 15%.
As raw food diets are hitting the mainstream, a growing number of “raw”-labelled food and drink products are launching in Europe, and it seems Germany is particularly active when it comes to “raw” food and drink innovation reports Mintel.