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  • 7 in 10 US and UK consumers want to know and understand the ingredient list
  • Confronting coding challenges in the bakery industry

    21 Oct 2017 Middle East Food Mag

    Consistent year on year growth of the food industry means that packaged food requirements are steadily increasing across the world.

  • Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT)

    11 Oct 2017 Gulfood Manufacturing Marketing
    Augmented reality and connectivity is changing the face of our industries, and the opportunities for businesses are limitless.
  • Dubai to become a global food hub

    10 Oct 2017 Gulfood Manufacturing Marketing
    The US$1.5 billion Dubai Food Park project will provide all food-related services at one location
  • The future looks bright for flexible packaging

    01 Oct 2017 Packaging Middle East & Africa
    The Middle East’s packaging sector looks set for continued growth, propelled by its youthful demographics and Iran’s expected recovery from the economic impact of sanctions Across the Middle East, ...
  • Fizzy milk could be about to hit supermarket shelves with one of the UK's biggest milk producers planning to make it the next big drinks trend.
  • Four Key Trends Driving Flexible Packaging

    21 Sep 2017 Smithers Pira report
    The global market for flexible packaging is forecast to grow at an annual average rate of 3.4% over the next five years, and is expected to reach $248 billion (€217 billion) by 2020.
  • Global companies commit to simplified food date labelling

    20 Sep 2017 Dominic Cuthbert, Food & Drink International
    The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) has approved a Call to Action to standardise food date labels worldwide by 2020.
  • Demand for cheese powder rises owing to quick meal options and on-the-go snacks

    23 Aug 2017 Jenny Eagle, William Reed Business Media
    The global cheese powder market is expected to grow with the highest compound annual growth rate from 2017 to 2023, thanks to a rise in quick meal options and snacking-on-the-go, says Allied Market Research.
  • Expanding investments in CRM leads to higher market share

    26 Jul 2017 Jack Payne, William Reed Business Media

    ‘The Food and Drink manufacturing industry is typically an arena of tight margins. Attempting to gain market share simply by lowering prices is not a viable option, as it will not be long before the business becomes unprofitable as a result. 

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