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Euromonitor to Speak at StarchWorld Dubai 2017

by February 6th, 2017

Event Name: 2nd Starch World Dubai Event Date: 27th – 28th March 2017 Event Location: Dubai Speaker: John George, ingredients analyst at Euromonitor International Topic: Growing Consumer Interest in Natural Food Ingredients and Latest Trends Description: Euromonitor International is pleased to be speaking at the 2nd Starch World Dubai The Middle East region represents the highest growth area for the […]

Cargill’s Commitment Shows the Scope of Non-GMO

by November 17th, 2016

The debate about genetically modified organisms (GMO) divides the food industry like nothing else. Global value sales of food and beverage products with GMO-free labelling were upwards of USD17 billion in 2015. Cargill, traditionally a proponent of the use of biotechnology in food, recently announced production of three ingredients with verification from the Non-GMO Project, […]

Trends in High-Intensity Sweeteners

by August 10th, 2016

The number of companies committing to sugar reduction is growing at an unprecedented rate, leading manufacturers and ingredients companies to find new alternatives to sweeten products. High-intensity sweeteners have long had a problem with consumer perception as they are artificial, so natural versions such as stevia and monk fruit are finding their way into many […]

Clean Label Revolution: The Ingredients Industry Responds

by and December 6th, 2016

What does clean label mean for consumers, ingredients companies and the industry? Ingredients companies and food manufacturers are increasing collaboration as both respond to the clean label trend and approach innovation in new ways. How does your business successfully navigate these opportunities and challenges in the marketplace? Register now to: Understand the current and future […]

Consumers in Charge as Mars Finally Submits to Artificial Colour Demands

by February 27th, 2016

The recent announcement that Mars will begin the removal of artificial colours from its global range of human food and beverage products is perhaps the biggest indication yet of the role consumer pressure plays in the move away from artificial additives. While other companies have made similar changes proactively, in an attempt to alter consumer […]

Trends in the Consumption of Natural Colours in Packaged Foods

by February 15th, 2016

The current move away from artificial colours and towards natural ones in packaged food is due to a trend in clean labeling, where consumers scrutinize ingredients, shunning products with ingredients that they are unfamiliar with or that are artificial. This trend has caused many packaged food manufacturers to rethink their ingredients, especially the use of natural […]

Case Study: Identifying Potential Targets for Milk Products after the end of EU Milk Quotas

by March 20th, 2015

At the end of March 2015, the European Union will abolish milk quotas, meaning EU member states are no longer restricted on the amount of milk they can produce. This increased output means a likely oversupply of milk. Using Passport and Euromonitor’s Competitor Analytics system, Euromonitor identifies key markets, categories and companies that ingredients suppliers […]