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Augmented reality: The ultimate hack in flavour perception?

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The use of augmented and virtual reality technologies to change the visual appearance of food and drink in real time could improve the diets of consumers.

Tate & Lyle Food Systems Global Innovation Centre in Lübeck, Germany, was unveiled last week at a media event to showcase upgrades at the facility.

Tate & Lyle unveils upgraded innovation center

Katjes International explores candy acquisitions in Italy and Spain, but expects annual sugar confectionery consumption in Western Europe to remain at 2.7 kg per capita

Katjes International CFO: Sugar confectionery consumption in Europe may have reached its limits

Social networks give both credentialed and non-credentialed individuals louder voices and bigger audiences. ©iStock

FOODVISION: Trust and ethics key to reaching consumer hearts and minds

Are there opportunities for the food industry to use genetic population information to target product development, marketing and dietary advice? ©iStock

FOODVISION: DNA testing just ‘one part of the jigsaw’

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Seamore is campaigning for seaweed to be on everyone’s everyday menu

Dutch biscuit bakers produce organic wafers that are BRC certificated.

Verdiujns extends portfolio of BRC-certified wafers

'We have to change the way we produce food and transform a fragmented global food industry into a smart, sustainable and integrated system.'©iStock/SI Photography

FOODVISION: Pairing innovation and transparency flavours to satisfy industry tastes

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Subscription snacking: How Love with Food is gathering consumer opinions through its products

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From marketing to taste: How virtual reality will change the food industry

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