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

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

Acacia gum is 100% natural, non-GMO, organic, gluten-free and applicable in almost every area of the food industry. Why does it have a chequered past, and how can it obtain the clean-label credentials it wants?

Organic is 'in sync' with the natural and clean label trend and will go from strength to strength, says Euromonitor analyst Eva Hudson. © iStock/Antonio_Diaz

Organic and free-from in rude health as shoppers study labels

Young men shun products with health claims, Spanish study suggests

Young men shun products with health claims, Spanish study suggests

Muhtar Kent (center), CEO, The Coca-Cola Company with Romanian Prime Minister, Victor Ponta (L) and the Mayor of Ploiesti City, Iulian Badescu ( R ), at the opening of a bottling line for Cappy Pulpy Orange juice drink. Picture: Coca-Cola.

Coca-Cola HBC reports good growth led by Nigeria and Romania

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Swedish food agency issues guidance on free-range egg labelling

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MEP urges Commission to tighten up laws on misleading labels

Sweet baked goods, particularly biscuits and cookies, are very popular in South Africa, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Pic: DuPont

Africa and Middle East love sweet bakes, but want sugar reduction: DuPont

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Vegetable juice in a traditional pastry? French consumer group slams industry's 'marketing jargon'

The emergence of worms and crickets as a viable source of protein has led observers to speculate what's in store for future innovation by the food industry. ©iStock/Wittayayut.

Recipe for success: Why bugs & social innovation are on the menu

Online sales as low as 0.5% in some major markets, but e-commerce is set to grow and evolve very quickly. ©iStock/31moonlight31

E-tail-volution: Why confectionery e-commerce strategies shouldn’t be put on hold

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