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Healthier options

Health drive shifts gear

SGF programme eyes more categories

On a health kick

There’s a ways to go but Scotland’s national diet is evolving, and firms reckon this creates a chance for retailers to get ahead by adapting their offer …

Snacking better

The question of what constitutes a ‘healthy’ snack is a tough one for shoppers as well as retailers

Health on the brain

FAMILY-owned British firm Lovely Fodder Ltd has launched a new range of chocolate with more than a few health claims

Chewing over changes for 2018

MEATSNACKS Group has been gearing up for the New Year by enhancing the recipe and revamping the packaging of its jerky range

Popping up on shelves

A healthier snacking option

Have your lentil cake and eat it

WESSANEN UK has launched a new lentil-based rice and corn cake under its Kallo natural food brand.

Different kind of Monster

Range extension for kids cereal CHILDREN’S cereal brand Honey Monster has launched an oat variant with the same recently-reduced sugar content as core …

“Take notice” of demand for healthier soft drinks

VIMTO has urged retailers to act on what it sees as growing demand for healthier soft drinks this summer. Ed Jones, senior customer marketing manager for Vimto …

Protein 22 wins big

SCOTTISH dairy firm Graham’s has gained global acclaim after picking up a Gulfood Innovation Award for new product development at the Dubai World Trade …

Sugar cut as drinks go low

New juice-based lines aim at the health-conscious SOFT drinks and even fruit juices have come under pressure from activists expressing concern on sugar …

Cooking up new uses

PORRIDGE sales in the UK continue to grow, as the oat cereal’s many health benefits make it the year-round breakfast of choice for health-conscious …

Going right at the lights

BREAKFAST cereal Weetabix has put its nutritional details on its pack fronts using the new “traffic light” system. Quoting Shopper’s Voice research, …

Investing for a new mix

COCA-COLA European Partners is spending £30m in five years to reformulate existing drinks and introduce new products to meet demand for lower and no-sugar …

C-stores see waters rise

AS consumers become increasingly concerned about making  healthy choices they need to be educated on the benefits of hydrating with plain bottled water, …

Muscling in on health demand

THE biggest Scottish dairy firm Graham’s the Family Dairy says it’s always looking for opportunities to innovate and, with demand for healthier choices in …