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 The consumption of fruit-based products is increasing, since consumers are more concerned about eating healthier food. According to Innova Market Insights, UK led the consumption in the western European market with 22.1% of fruit-based products in 2013. Since then, the upward trend has continued.

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Food Manufacture publishes an article about ITS’s expansion into Spain, Portugal and Italy.

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Street Food!

Industry News - 29-May-2015

Summer is here! With it come the festivals, fairs and street markets. People go out, shop, have fun and, of course, eat!

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ITS's expansion into Spain, Portugal and Italy has been mentioned by prestigious media within the baking industry such as Food Navigator and Bakery and Snacks

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Salt is one of the most effective flavour enhancers used in baked goods today. The new stricter targets by the FSA include a 10% reduction to an average 0.96g salt per 100g in bread and rolls which will have a significant impact on flavour.

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Mike Bagshaw, ITS’s Managing Director, atended the Scottish Bakers Conference, which took place on the 8th and 9th May in Glasgow.

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After establishing its business in the UK, Ireland and The Netherlands, ITS is expanding its business to Italy, Spain and Portugal 

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It's time for Easter and what can be more traditional that Hot Cross Buns? These buns are typically flavoured with a variety of spices, however new twists are gaining in popularity. 

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British Baker's WeLoveBread campaigners visit Number 10 Downing Street about the Prime Minister's decision to ditch bread.

A group of industry organisations including the British Society of Baking (BSB), the Federation of Bakers, Craft Bakers Association (CBA) and Scottish Bakers headed to 10 Downing Street to show support to the industry after David Cameron commented that he is giving up bread in an effort to lose weight.

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Get Floral in your baking! ITS has introduced a range of Floral Flavourings to its portfolio of products.

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