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Ever since its founder began creating snacks in her kitchen more than four decades ago, Betty Lou’s has proven that healthy, all-natural, gluten-free products need not compromise on taste and quality

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The Bread Factory is an artisan baking company based in North-West London, with diverse customers ranging from independent cafes, to national groups, to fivestarred hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants

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KK Fine Foods is a company that prides itself on ‘Food that inspires’. In September it became part of the Ter Beke Food Group, a mouth-watering prospect that excites MD Samir Edwards

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EHL Ingredients predicts that vegan and gluten-free food ingredients are set to dominate menus and supermarket shelves in 2018 as consumers diversify their eating habits to suit modern lifestyles, diets and fitness, and healthy eating trends

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The FoodChain team sample a selection of new and innovative foods and drinks

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Free from taste, texture and calories? The battle to deliver more choice and create tastier, healthier gluten free food. By Sue Warren

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‘From seed to food’ is the motto at Cosucra and is something it truly believes in. Partnerships with more than 400 food manufacturers and more than 1000 product references worldwide demonstrate that Cosucra works alongside clients from idea to launch

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British brand The Groovy Food Company has launched a new Organic Coconut Flour. Gluten-free and high in fibre and protein, but with a low GI level and naturally low carbohydrate content, this nutrient dense product has been designed to address the growing trend of people following gluten and grain free diets.

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Well-established Belgian chicory and pea processor Cosucra celebrated 25 years of experience in extracting pea protein isolate in 2015 with the inauguration of a state-of-the-art pea processing line A family owned company since 1852, Cosucra’s humble beginnings involved the extraction of sugar from locally grown beets for markets in France,

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