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Issue 75

Zest appeal! The sharpness of a lemon, the tang of a lime, the sweetness of an
orange - citrus stands as an enduring icon in the world of flavours.

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Issue 74

Dual wellness. Discover the foods, beverages and supplements championing both women's and men's health

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Issue 73

Cut gems? At first glance, it might just seem like frozen water, but the choice of ice in a beverage can redefine the entire experience.

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Issue 72

Monochrome marvels. Exploring the power of black and white colours in food and beverages.

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Issue 71

FoodBev’s annual Top 100 list offers an insightful exploration of the industry’s major developments from the past year

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Issue 70

Berry beneficial, applications for berries and drupes have evolved far beyond simple flavourings and basic nutrition

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Issue 69

You’ll notice a particularly ‘striking’ image on the cover of this month’s FoodBev magazine. In this issue’s cover story, we speak to some of the companies targeting their sports nutrition products to a younger cohort of athletes

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Meteorologists are already predicting the first‘soft heatwaves’ of the year, with the weathernow well and truly entering the summer phase.The UK had one of its hottest summers to datelast year, with temperatures exceeding 40°C forthe first time on record.

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Robots and artificial intelligence are helping manufacturers to streamline and optimise their operations.

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Issue 66

From climate-resistant crop crates to floating farms, FoodBev examines the creative urban developments taking place in our towns and cities

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Issue 65

From healthy herbals to nostalgic notes, this year will see the return of bold
classics and the emergence of unique flavour pairings, as FoodBev explores.

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Issue 64

As the functional confectionery market continues on its upward trajectory, gummies have cemented their place in the sector.

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It's been a turbulent year. As we reemerged from the lockdown restrictions imposed by Covid-19, we then entered a series of other global crises - soaring energy prices, cost-of-living pressures, inflation, extreme weather conditions, war...

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One size doesn't fit all. Personalised nutrition now secures a huge slice of
the food and beverage market.

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Issue 61

FoodBev's annual list celebrates the highest achievers from all corners of the industry

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We are experiencing some of the hottest weather we've had in the UK for...well, ever! As temperatures soar past 30°C, many of us will be making the most of the sunshine while it lasts; for others, the heat exacerbates concerns over the very real impact of climate change.

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Shaken & stirred. Are we entering a summer of love for RTD cocktails? FoodBev samples the latest products shaking (and stirring) the category.

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Ocean of opportunity. Companies in the cell-based space are recreating some of our favourite ocean fare in the lab.

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When two worlds collide
Nutrition and pharmaceuticals can play a complementary role when it comes to health and wellbeing.

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Issue 56

Fuelling a greeneer future
from whisky to wine, beer to brandy, booze is big business. FoodBev caught up with the alcohol manufacturers turning to greener energy.

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Turning the tide on plastic pollution. Seaweed, spent grains and pea protein... FoodBev explores the new wave of biomaterials meeting sustainable packaging demands.

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Mounting scrutiny on fat and salt puts the focus on vegetable-based alternatives to potato chips – but are they all they make out to be?

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With consumers switched on to ethical food, the pressure is growing on fair-trade labels. FoodBev asks whether they are fair enough.

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This convenient trend is one of North America’s biggest areas of growth; now Walmart and Amazon are threatening to get involved

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Herbs and spices. Soft drinks are incorporating ginger and hot tea is turning toturmeric, as herbs and spices liven up all manner of beverages.

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Re-using waste. Minimising food waste is an important concern for consumers, so brands are responding by rescuing unwanted fruit and veg

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Botanical. With consumers demanding more sophisticated carbonates, FoodBev explores the latest flavour trends in botanicals.

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Top 100 companies. Globalisation, innovation and a new way of buying are all causing movement in the world’s largest food and drink firms

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