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Hungary and Slovakia cry foul over multinational product differences

Knorr powdered soup with meatballs and noodles has almost twice as many meatballs in Austria than it does in neighbouring Hungary. © iStock

Consumers in Hungary on getting a raw deal on the food they buy, at least compared to those just across the border in Austria - and they aren’t alone.

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Predicted post-Brexit slump fails to materialise as UK organic market marches on

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Water emulsions can achieve up to 20% fat reduction

The fair trade milk brand. Picture: C'est qui le Patron?

‘C'est qui le patron’ brand success leads to expansion into butter, crème fraiche and yogurt

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When nudge comes to shove: What are the best tactics for sugar reformulation?

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Scientists need to ‘rethink’ approach to GMO engagement with public

Chocolate category is about taste & enjoyment and will grow through premiumization: Peter Boone

Sacrificing taste for sugar reduction will ‘kill our category’: Barry Callebaut innovation chief

Acacia Gum has received bad press in the past, but producers are determined to show its multifaceted side ©iStock

Will acacia gum finally get the clean-label recognition it wants?

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Kraft Heinz drops Unilever bid but are other UK firms 'sitting ducks' for post-Brexit takeovers?

Fructose in a typical Western diet comes not from fresh fruit, but from glucose-fructose syrup or sucrose (sugar) that is found in soft drinks and sweets, which typically have few other nutrients. ©iStock

Excess fructose in kids linked to rise in liver disease

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