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Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: Tweaking ads to show cooking with kids makes brands relatable

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: Ads that show cooking with kids are relatable

Images of mom preparing dinner alone in the kitchen for her busy family have been a staple in food and beverage marketing for decades, but new consumer research from the Benenson Strategy Group suggests brands that continue to recycle this theme are missing the mark with modern families and their sales could suffer as a result. 

Change to novel foods rules may open door for raft of new fruits … and health claims

Change to novel foods rules may open door for raft of new fruits … and health claims

Soup-to-Nuts Podcast: Confections hold steady in face of war on sugar

Soup-to-Nuts Podcast: Confections hold steady in face of the war on sugar

Will the tax encourage companies to reformulate? Pic: iStock

UK sugar tax: The big questions

FiE 2015: Our best bits

FiE 2015: Our best bits

'We would have access to thousands of scientists that usually don’t work with EFSA,' says EFSA boss

New tech on EFSA’s horizon: Crowdsourcing and cyber assistants

Could lab-grown meat provide one solution? Or is its commercialisation too far off?

Lab meat, plant proteins and insects: Which alternative proteins will feed the world?

Fagg: 'There's going to be a lot more volatility in exchange rates'

Prepare for pre-recession spend – top economist

Consumers' are more open to alternative proteins

New proteins are creeping on trend

'After all the efforts we still have loads of work to do only being at 8.1 grams of salt a day. That’s 0.9 grams reduction in eight years,' said Caroline Klinge from Klinge Foods.

Salt reduction not a priority for UK consumers, finds LoSalt survey

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