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Does Lactose-free Dairy Have a Future?

Food intolerances are a major concern for today’s health and wellness consumer and this is driving the growth of lactose-free food, ie products made from animal (usually cow’s) milk from which the milk sugar lactose has been removed. However, the category is increasingly being outperformed by plant-based alternatives, such as nut and cereal milks. But […]
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China’s Raw Lettuce Revolution

China may be the world’s biggest lettuce producer, but the concept of tucking into a bowl of crispy green leaves is still somewhat of a novelty for Chinese consumers, who are used to eating their lettuce cooked rather than raw. However, the rapid expansion of Western-style restaurants across the country is starting to change this.
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Spiralized Vegetables Succeed as Ersatz Pasta

Supermarket sales of courgettes and root vegetables are revving up this season. 2015 could well be the year when more consumers than ever will be reaching their five (or six, or seven) a day fruit-and-vegetable consumption target, and all thanks to a new trend that sees common vegetables transformed into a substitute for gluten-addled staples. […]
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Is Fructose the new Trans Fats?

There is barely a food or beverage category that has not been invaded by coconut in some shape or form. Overall, this has spurred an impressive burst of innovation, resulting in a rash of novel products and the amplification of consumer choice. But there is a shadier side to this story, which is causing a […]
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BRIC Consumers in 10 Charts

There is barely a food or beverage category that has not been invaded by coconut in some shape or form. Overall, this has spurred an impressive burst of innovation, resulting in a rash of novel products and the amplification of consumer choice. But there is a shadier side to this story, which is causing a […]
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Eggs: The New Favourite Protein

There is barely a food or beverage category that has not been invaded by coconut in some shape or form. Overall, this has spurred an impressive burst of innovation, resulting in a rash of novel products and the amplification of consumer choice. But there is a shadier side to this story, which is causing a […]
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Grass-Fed Beef Faces a Few Bumps in the Road

At a time when the US beef market is struggling with declining volumes and consumers are starting to care increasingly about ethics, sustainability, animal welfare and nutrition, differentiation offers a way forward for beef producers. The emergence of grass-fed beef is a clear manifestation of this trend. However, before grass-fed has any chance of becoming […]
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Gluten-Free Mania to Liven Up Fresh Food

Gluten-free eating is taking the world by storm. But it is not just all about gluten-free pasta, bread and biscuits. Exciting new opportunities are also emerging for fresh food, including starchy roots, vegetables and pulses. The new generation of gluten-free consumers is really not that difficult to cater for as it cares less about purity […]
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India’s Mango Crisis Deepens

The EU has banned Indian mango imports, upsetting not only the Indian mango industry but also UK importers and retailers. With sufficient effort and collaboration, the ban may yet be reversed before its expiration date at the end of 2015, but India’s mango woes go much further than that. Other export markets may decide to […]
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Pesticide Free: The New “Economy” Organic

Organic may deliver the full package, but not all health-conscious consumers want to go as far as considering the full environmental impact of the food they buy. Many just want food that is free from pesticide residues, and, above all, affordable. Pesticide residue-free fresh produce fills this niche very nicely, and it could well become […]
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Blueberries the Most Dynamic Fruit in 2013

Blueberries’ exceptional consumer appeal made them the fastest-growing fruit of 2013, and there is no end in sight for their ardent growth trajectory. Blueberries have a number of coveted characteristics which make them superior to other types of fruit, including a good shelf life, convenience and superfruit status. Strawberries, cherries and grapes may, to date, […]
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