How are different foods produced?

How are different foods produced?

Have you ever wondered about the processes that brought your favourite foods to the dinner table? For example, what transforms olives into olive oil? How do sugar-beets become sugar?


Milk and yoghurt (Infographic)

28 November 2018

Raw milk poses an unnecessary risk to our health. Take a look at the processing steps milks goes through to guarantee its safety and be transformed to yoghurt.


Frozen Peas (Infographic)

28 November 2018

Freezing is a traditional method that slows the loss of nutritive qualities and prevents food spoilage. Discover the steps taken to freeze fresh vegetables such as peas.


Canned tomatoes (Infographic)

28 November 2018

Canning is a common food processing method used to preserve foods. Learn the journey canned tomatoes go through to end up in our cupboard.


Processed food (Q&A)

20 March 2017

In a consumer study carried out by EUFIC, we investigated the understanding of processed foods among participants from the UK. This Q&A summarises the topics explored in the study.


Sugar: How is produced from cane? (Infographic)

07 February 2015

Globally, 80% of sugar is produced from sugar cane. Sugar cane is not grown in the EU. Main sugar cane producers include Brazil, India, China, Mexico, Australia...


Sugar: How is it produced from beet? (Infographic)

07 February 2015

The EU is the world’s leading producer of beet sugar. Globally, 20% of sugar is produced from sugar beet; the other 80% is produced from sugar cane.


Stevia: How is it produced? (Infographic)

01 January 2014

Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni, native to South America, is now grown on four continents. Leaves are harvested and dried once they reach peak sweetness. The dried leaves are...


Glucose fructose syrup: How is it produced? (Infographic)

01 December 2011

In the EU, wheat and maize are commonly used raw materials in starch production, each accounting for about 35%. Another commonly used source is potato.There are varying methods of milling grains...