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Foodservice market 2022: €5.8 billion growth

FoodService Instituut Nederland (FSIN) reported at the annual FSIN Brunch conference during the Horecava that the turnover of food service companies had increased by more than 40%, to a turnover of €19.1 billion. Despite..

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Lower production expected in food industry

10 January 2023

More than 16% of entrepreneurs in the food industry reported at the beginning of December that they expected a drop in production in the next three months (December 2022 to February 2023), the highest number since July 2...

Rabobank: Animal protein companies face an inflection point

07 December 2022

Animal protein companies face an inflection point with a need to respond to structural changes in the market even with production levels and prices likely to remain elevated next year, according to Rabobank Producers ...

5 trends that will change the food sector

29 November 2022

The Dutch food sector is moving fast. Convenience trends, including delivery, have been driving growth in the sector for years. Fairly new is the focus on mental convenience. Reducing choice stress will be a major driver...

Posters Meat, Fish, Fruit and Vegetables and Dairy

20 November 2022

Through the trade magazine Voedingsindustrie we distribute the poster VLEES, VIS, FRUIT & VEGETABLES and since 2022 also the poster DAIRY. On the posters you will find the structure of the various processing industri...

Food producer struggles to charge through higher costs

11 November 2022

An accumulation of higher costs at various links in the chain is causing a historic increase in output prices in the food industry. In the coming period, some of these costs are expected to decrease slightly. For instanc...

LTO Netherlands wants addition to Agro-Nutrimonitor

10 November 2022

At the end of October 2022, WUR published the Agro-Nutrimonitor commissioned by the ACM. LTO Netherlands responds to the study, which mainly covers the years 2018-2020. The organisations appreciate the efforts of the ...

Marketing claims organic, what are you allowed to say?

08 November 2022

To get the message of organic across to consumers, good communication is obviously very important. For example, through claims on labels, in advertisements, in the supermarket and on the website. But what exactly is orga...

10 ways to reduce manufacturing costs

03 November 2022

Under pressure from escalating production costs, food manufacturers are looking for ways to mitigate the global rise in inflation. Rob Rogers, Senior Advisor for Food Safety & Regulation of Mettler-Toledo outlines 10...

ING: Pressure on margins and volumes food industry in 2023

02 November 2022

Despite the recent sharp fall in wholesale gas and electricity prices, ING expects them to rise again next year. Without Russian gas, it is likely to become more difficult to fully fill gas reserves even in 2023. Energy-...

Food waste: 127 kg per inhabitant in the EU in 2020

02 November 2022

In 2020 around 127 kilogrammes (kg) of food waste per inhabitant were generated in the EU. Households generated 55% of food waste, accounting for 70 kg per inhabitant. The remaining 45% was waste generated upwards in the...

Dutch fish consumption on the rise

27 October 2022

Dutch people are eating more fish than last year. On average, Dutch people ate 9.5 kg of fish per person. In the ranking of all European countries, this puts the Netherlands in twelfth place; a reasonably good average, a...

European pork production falls 5 per cent

26 October 2022

Pork production in the European Union will be five per cent lower in 2022 than in 2021. A further 0.7 per cent drop in production is expected in 2023. That is according to the short-term forecast of market analysts from ...

Four years of IMVO: supermarkets continue to score well

25 October 2022

Supermarkets affiliated to the CBL signed the International Corporate Social Responsibility (IMVO) Food Covenant four years ago. During this period, supermarkets have worked hard to further implement their policies accor...

FNLI: High cost increases started in second half of 2021

24 October 2022

In a year in where the war between Russia and Ukraine has major consequences for our energy and raw material prices, one almost forgets that 2021 was also a very challenging year for many entrepreneurs. Vaccines proved t...

Sharp rise in food-related outbreaks

20 October 2022

In 2021, GGDs and the NVWA registered a total of 838 food-related outbreaks with 3,517 sick people with the RIVM-CIb. This is a sharp increase compared to 2020 (559 outbreaks and 1,907 sick people). It is also higher tha...