Inside an e-cigarette Once quitting smoking was simply a matter of a patch, gum or tablet, but new research from Mintel sees smokers in the UK increasingly turning to E-cigarettes to beat the habit, with...

Meat made entirely from vegetables, developed in The Netherlands Netherlands-based company The Vegetarian Butcher has successfully expanded into new markets for its “strip steaks” and “smoked bacon”...

More than one-third of US consumers cut back on red meat for health reasons Despite prevalent health trends encouraging consumers to eat less red meat, 90 per cent of US consumers are eating some kind...

The Australian brand Organic Stevia Plant-derived sweetener stevia has been quietly gaining traction with consumers and usurping the traditional pecking order of more established sweeteners, according...

Is craft beer becoming 'mainstream' in the UK? Following the introduction in the UK of the Small Breweries’ Relief Act in June 2002, there has been a boom in the number of UK breweries, and many...

Nearly two thirds (59 per cent) of US consumers who are currently energy drink or shot users say they worry about the safety of energy drinks and shots, according to new findings from market research organisation...

Over 10 per cent of new yoghurt products with a launched globally in the year to September 2013 had a ‘high protein’ claim, compared to just 3 per cent of all food and drinks products, according to...

While low carbohydrate diets’ popularity peaked around 2004, it seems they may be experiencing a resurgence in Europe, according to global market research organisation Mintel. At the same time, high...

As the Northern Hemisphere’s winter draws nearer, many consumers in the UK are seeking a warming breakfast, with findings from market research organisation Mintel showing that 49 per cent of UK consumers...

One of the leading authorities on ‘natural’ food colours in the Asia Pacific region has urged Australian food manufacturers, marketers and media to show “greater leadership” in converting to ‘natural’...