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R&D in Food & Beverage

Research and development (R&D) makes a significant contribution to the food and beverage industry, with new and improved products frequently hitting the shelves.

These include gluten-free foods to improve the choice available for consumers, as well as low-sugar drinks that conform with more stringent regulations. Ethical and environmental factors also play a part in innovation, as manufacturers develop more sustainable packaging and improve processing methods.

Any business involved in the UK’s food and beverage industry may be able to benefit from R&D tax credits if they are overcoming uncertainty and achieving advancement in the field. Eligible costs can include ingredients and other consumables, as well as the wages paid to staff involved in innovative projects.

Examples of eligible activities

  • Experiments with lower salt or sugar content
  • Development of new food processing techniques
  • Design of more sustainable packaging
  • Development of recipes with fewer additives
  • Creation of gluten-free product variations
  • New techniques for wastage reduction

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