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SIAL Paris 2024 to celebrate its 60th anniversary

SIAL Paris promises an exceptional edition in 2024 as the world's largest trade show in the food industry celebrates its 60th anniversary. There will be lots of surprises in store for visitors! Poster of the inaugural international food show (Photo: It was a major event in 1964: the first Salon International de l'Alimentation (International…

SIAL Talks 2022: Post-pandemic food – challenges and opportunities

In December 2022, Karine Dussimon, Industry Manager Food and Nutrition for Euromonitor International, took to the SIAL Talks stage to discuss the food retail and food service industries in the post-pandemic. In this special feature, we look back at that talk and highlight some of the key points to come out of it. Firstly, Dussimon…

ZOA Energy launches its ZOA+ Powder

ZOA Energy has unveiled its latest innovation: the ZOA+ Powder.

Z Natural Foods introduces organic instant 7 mushroom coffee

Z Natural Foods' latest offering, organic instant 7 mushroom coffee, is an innovative blend that combines the rich flavours of premium organic coffee with the potent wellness attributes of seven distinct organic mushrooms. The featured mushrooms, namely Lion's Mane, Shiitake, Turkey Tail, Chaga, Cordyceps, Maitake, and Red Reishi, each contribute their unique health benefits, ranging…

Lidl opens its largest ever warehouse amid continued expansion

The discount supermarket chain Lidl has opened its largest distribution warehouse in the world as it continues to expand in the UK. Located Bedfordshire near the city of Luton, the new facility is half a kilometre long and, at 1.2 million square feet in size, covers as much space as 33 football pitches. It is…


BrewDog, an independent craft beer brewer and hospitality business, is planing to open a new bar in Hong Kong this autumn as part of a bold expansion plan to treble its footprint over the next seven years.

Bakery products market size to grow by $231.14bn by 2027, driven partly by GF and wholewheat options

The bakery products market is set to grow significantly between now and 2027, rising by $231.14bn from 2022 to 2027, and accelerating at a CAGR of 6.4%, according to a recent market study by Technavio. This growth will be driven to a large degree by the desire for more healthful wholewheat and gluten-free options, and…

Excitement builds ahead of Djazagro 2024, with 700 exhibitors set to take part

Excitement is building ahead of the agri-food show Djazagro, which takes place in Algiers, the capital of Algeria, in just over seven months’ time. Next year’s event, which will feature both Algerian and international players in the industry, will represent the show’s 21st birthday, since the first Djazagro was held in 2003. The 2023 edition…

“Invest in innovation in African agritech to improve lives of citizens” urges politician

Rt. Hon. Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin, the Speaker of Parliament of Ghana in Africa, has called on African governments and NGOs to come together to invest in innovation in African agritech towards the improvement of the socio-economic conditions of the citizenry. He was speaking at the Convention and 30th anniversary of the Council of Ewe…


Reconnecting restaurants with the source of their food and making the data, including traceability, available, is a driving force behind Collectiv Food. The company, founded by Jérémy Hibbert-Garibaldi in 2018, is also heavily involved intackling the logistics complexity of delivering daily to these restaurants, especially in cities.

Global poultry market set to grow to $487bn by 2027 as major food companies promise better welfare standards

According to a recent report by Research and Markets, the global poultry market grew is expected to grow to $487.39 billion by 2027 at a CAGR of 6.5%. Meanwhile, the latest report by animal welfare organisation Mercy for Animals has found that companies are demonstrating progress in terms of poultry welfare standards. On the market analysis…

New Zealand food exports jump to €31.4bn

New Zealand’s food and related exports have reached record levels, the government has revealed, with officials saying they are keen for further increases Total "food and fibre exports" reached NZ$57.4bn (€31.4bn) in the 12 months to the end of June, the government’s official website said. In a statement, Damien O’Connor, the agriculture minister and a…


Climate change and political conflict are affecting the sourcing and growing of staple foods in continents like Africa and it is a concern for the future of developing nations. At SIAL Talks in October 2022, Reindert Dekker (pictured above), chief development officer at Nutridiant, looked at the topic in detail.
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