Natural and clean label

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?

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Nutrition labels do not seem adapted to fighting obesity: ANSES

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

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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

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

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Clean label cull: French supermarket cuts 90 'controversial' substances from private label products

The company's new R&D lab in Barcelona. © Indukern

Spanish supplier Indukern talks growth strategy for 2017

Biochemist Steve Pearce has developed OmegaSweet, a flavour enhancing system which can reduce sugar content in a range of applications.

Smarter than a sweetener? Flavour enhancer matches sugar's mouthfeel & sweetness

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Laser loving: Dutch and Swedes team up for plastic-free laser label trial

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