Press Releases • Aug 14, 2018 09:00 BST
Faced with the challenges of a tiny domestic market and a geographically-isolated country, New Zealand food brands have become world leaders in successfully taking products with a Provenance and Wellness message to the Chinese market, according to a new report from international consultancy New Nutrition Business.
Press Releases • Jul 16, 2018 11:26 BST
Powered by lactose-free innovation, dairy is challenging the dominance of plant milks, with US sales of lactose-free milk set to catch up with – and perhaps even overtake – almond milk.
Press Releases • Apr 24, 2018 08:06 BST
Snacking is central to the strategy of ambitious and creative companies, with explosive growth in the number of new snacks launched between 2010 and 2017: 125% in Europe and 47% in North America.
Press Releases • Mar 15, 2018 10:01 GMT
Europe’s biggest gluten-free brand – Schär – has become one of the first major brands to offer low-FODMAP accredited products in supermarkets. Schär’s launch of 10 products represents the first steps towards FODMAPS becoming as everyday a message in the supermarket as gluten-free, according to a new report from New Nutrition Business, called FODMAPS: The next gluten-free?
Press Releases • Jan 15, 2018 09:03 GMT
UK consumers think that information about diet and health is confusing, and they would rather believe the internet than a dietitian. In a survey of 2,000 consumers in the UK, US, Spain and Australia, conducted by New Nutrition Business, 79% said they find messages surrounding health, food and nutrition confusing.
Press Releases • Nov 14, 2017 08:00 GMT
Consumers’ quest for better carbohydrates and fewer carbohydrates is creating a wealth of large and growing opportunities, even in the mass market, according to 10 Key Trends in Food, Nutrition and Health 2018, the annual trends report from New Nutrition Business (available at www.new-nutrition.com).
Press Releases • Aug 30, 2017 08:00 BST
Once shunned for its high saturated-fat content, coconut has been reborn as a star ingredient of better-for-you foods and beverages. Today Millennials largely perceive coconut as a naturally healthy food, and say it’s one of the main reasons they purchase coconut-based food products, new research by New Nutrition Business shows.