Low-cost social media marketing, ensuring suitable software and systems are in place, and brand protection have been identified as key traits for fast healthy FMCG company growth, according to a panel of industry leaders.
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and WeChat, the country’s messaging service giant, have jointly developed and launched the country’s first WeChat mini programme for infant formula traceability.
The Philippines Food and Drug Adminstration (FDA) has issued warnings against 14 unregistered food products, including beverages, snacks and desserts, advising the public against purchasing and consuming them.
There is a need for more research and funding for elderly nutrition as the world’s population rapidly ages, executive leading academic from Nestlé’s Institute of Health Science told our Healthy Ageing APAC Summit in Singapore.
Four major trending issues are driving the health foods market in China today, with a combination of strong national pride and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) influence having particular sway over the younger generation of local consumers.
More than 1.3billion people in APAC will be over the age of 60 by 2050, opening up huge opportunities for food, beverage and nutrition firms who can tailor NPD to this demographic, while also tapping into the health and wellness trends among younger consumers...
Lebanon’s chocolatier Patchi, UAE’s Al Rawabi Dairy, and Saudi’s Almarai food conglomerate are the top three ‘most intimate’ consumer brands among UAE consumers, according to a survey by brand insights agency MBLM.
An increasing focus on gut health, alternative protein sources and better-for-you product development are amongst the major trends that industry experts have identified as crucial to the Australian healthy foods industry.
Researchers at the Queensland University of Technology will soon embark on a trial to investigate if prebiotic supplementation can reduce anxiety levels in autistic children by acting on their gut microbiome.