Sugar industry body CEDUS Le Sucre has attacked what it described as “unacceptable” and “damaging” moves from the French government to “scapegoat” the sugar industry as legislators put in place moves to amend the country’s sugar tax.
The mechanism of action that show cancer cells’ use of sugars to ‘awaken’ cancer cells and promote aggressive cancer growth provides further insights into creating tailor-made diets for cancer patients.
A levy on sugar-sweetened drinks in Jamie’s Italian restaurants in the UK is likely to have contributed to a ‘significant decline in SSB sales’, according to a study published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health.
Germany company VERŪ has developed a patent protected “shock-freezing” production process that, it claims, enables it to produce ice creams that deliver “more taste” with fewer calories and no additives.
Food manufacturers are welcoming the end of the EU’s “market-distorting” sugar beet and isoglucose quotas that have capped production for nearly 50 years. But sugar cane processors are angry that cane tariffs remain while public health may pay the ultimate...
The blending of two popular artificial sweeteners appear to result in less of a bitter taste, a study shows, suggesting this approach could rid current limitations of their use in food products and beverages.
Nestlé has said that it wants to deliver “industry leading volume growth” by leveraging key consumer trends. The company detailed exactly how it intends to achieve this at its investor summit in London yesterday (26 September).
Over the next three years, PureCircle is rolling out the “next generation” of stevia leaf that, it says, represents an even more effective sugar replacement. The investment supports the company’s drive to strengthen its product mix and move away from...