Saving SA retail

Statistics SA painted a grim picture of economic desolation, with the release of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) figure decreasing by 51% in...

Vanilla at the forefront of new flavor combinations, suppliers highlight

The popularity of vanilla has significantly evolved over the years and with this, the number of new products flavored with the ingredient is still...

South African shoppers show the market what they want

Consumer spending has swung from total predictability to subtle shifts in product and store selection throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, and understanding the whys and...

SA food prices climb again – much sooner than anticipated

The price for a basket of select and staple food in South Africa has started trending upwards again, says the Pietermaritzburg Economic Justice and...

Jungle Taystee Wheat porridge is making a comeback

Jungle Taystee Wheat porridge lovers you can now rejoice: The original cereal product will be back on the South African shelves soon.This comes after...

Jungle Taystee Wheat porridge is making a comeback

Jungle Taystee Wheat porridge lovers you can now rejoice: The original cereal product will be back on the South African shelves soon.This comes after...

Blockchain boosts food safety and provenance in UK gluten-free oats

An array of market opportunities for gluten-free oats has led to six Scottish farmers to investigate a new supply chain that guarantees provenance, assurance...

Five ways to reboot the global food economy to make it...

COVID-19 has shown how damaging ill-health can be for the economy. But it has also shown how measures that benefit health (lockdowns) can be...

Danone CEO sees COVID-19 polarizing the food sector: ‘There won’t be...

Danone believes that the cornonavirus pandemic will result in a polarization of the food sector, as consumers trade up to healthier products in some...

Covid era creates new opportunities in old categories

There are certain eating occasions, products and dishes that we know and love – but that doesn’t mean we don’t want to shake them...

Rise in fruit and vegetable ingredients spurred by immunity and health-boosting...

As consumers become more aware of the environmental and health implications of their eating habits, consumption of plant-based foods is moving to new heights....

How South African food companies go about shaping public health policy...

Obesity and diet-related diseases, such as type 2 diabetes, are major public health problems in South Africa. But many in the food industry strongly oppose globally recommended policies that...

Kellogg raises full-year guidance as pandemic sustains high demand

Kellogg Company has reported 9.2% growth in organic net sales for its second quarter and raised its full-year sales and profit forecast.The company says...

Caffeinated coffee-flavor cereals: Dunkin and Post Cereals team up to create...

Post Consumer Brands and Dunkin’ are launching two new cereals made with Dunkin’ coffee, set to roll out in the US next month. The...

Nutritionally superior non-GMO barley rolled out on European market

The Food Ingredient business of Japanese conglomerate Teijin Group has introduced BARLEYmax onto the European market to enable producers capitalise on the growing demand...

Nutritionally superior non-GMO barley rolled out on European market

The Food Ingredient business of Japanese conglomerate Teijin Group has introduced BARLEYmax onto the European market to enable producers capitalise on the growing demand...

Kellogg’s UK unveils Crunchy Nut Peanut Butter

Kellogg’s UK has partnered with family-owned peanut butter manufacturer, Duerr’s, to launch new Crunchy Nut Peanut Butter. It is said to have a smooth texture...

Kellogg’s UK unveils Crunchy Nut Peanut Butter

Kellogg’s UK has partnered with family-owned peanut butter manufacturer, Duerr’s, to launch new Crunchy Nut Peanut Butter. It is said to have a smooth texture...