Daily Archives: January 14, 2017

Global baking ingredients market rising

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With a universal increase in the consumption of ready-to-eat foods and rapid urbanization around the world, a new market insights report entitled Baking Ingredients Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2016-2014, foresees a market that was valued at US$11.79 billion in 2015 growing to US$18.13 billion by 2024, with a compound annual growth rate of 4.9 per cent.

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Donut category leaders on the move

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Acquisitions have two leading donut makers taking different paths. Hostess Brands, Inc., after being acquired by Gores Holdings, Inc., became a publicly traded company. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. turned into a private company after JAB Beech, Inc. acquired it.

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ISM Cologne: Snack Trends, from New Ingredients to New Sale Channels

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The ISM Cologne exhibitors and visitors will have the opportunity to understand the current ingredient, product and consumer trends as well as new marketing platforms over the course of the four exhibition days, January 29 – February 1. The first day of the fair starts with the “Forum of Sustainable Cocoa” event, where international experts will discuss the theme “Cocoa… Read more »

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Gluten Free Industry Association Formed

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The gluten-free market is increasing at such a rapid pace that a new industry association has been officially set up to support companies in the gluten-free space. Britain’s annual sales of gluten-free products has increased 26.7 percent in the last two years, currently worth £585.6m (US$711.2 million) and sales are projected to reach £673 million (US$817.2 million) by 2020. Gluten-free… Read more »

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The gluten-free opportunity: New rewards await

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If 2016 taught the restaurant industry anything, it’s that diners not only want to know what’s in their food, but also what’s being kept out. Consumers are clearly sending the message that unhealthful items, such as artificial preservatives, colors and flavors, as well as a growing list of questionable additives and genetically modified foods are unwanted. And they’re willing to… Read more »

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