Fizzy milk could be the answer to the decreasing popularity of traditional dairy, as more people choose milk alternatives for the health benefits.
One of the UK’s largest dairy producers, Arla, is looking to win over a generation of people that are shunning regular milk in favour of the likes of oat, almond, soy and rice milk.
We’re sceptical of the choice to introduce fizzy milk, but if it works for some drinkers, then we can’t really argue!
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The risk of ‘food fraud’ is becoming something that consumers are having to face up to with each and every visit to many of the countries diners, eateris and even supermarkets sometimes becoming a ‘trust exercise’ for many people.
NFU Mutual recently published a report showing that a staggering 72% of people do not fully trust the food supply network to be 100% truthful.
Instances such as the widely publicised 2013 horsemeat scandal are thought to be behind the change in public opinion, with the least trusted products being processed foods (35%), red meat (18%) and food supplements (15%).
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Tackling our literal mountains of food waste is becoming one of the biggest challenges that faces our food service industry, but innovative thinking and businesses are cropping up all the time to help tackle this major talking point.
Zero Waste Week is a UK-based scheme that hopes to increase the awareness of our rubbish-creating ways. But to put things into context, we’re some way behind our European neighbours in Norway. [ Read More ]