Ingredion EMEA has launched its first polyol sweetener -- ERYSTA Erythritol – to enable manufacturers to reduce or replace sugar to achieve nutrition-related claims, such as ‘no added sugar’ or ‘calorie-reduced’, in multiple applications.
A 2009 study at Newcastle University claimed the best cure for a hangover was a bacon butty. But new research published online in BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health suggests eating fruits, leaves and roots may help to relieve symptoms of too much alcohol.
Start-up Fiid has witnessed tremendous growth in demand for its plant-based ambient ready meals in the wake of the coronavirus crisis and subsequent lockdown. “There’s potentially a silver lining for our particular category,” founder Shane Ryan tells...
Seakura, an Israeli ag tech company, has developed a unique biomass production system that it believes will enable it to capitalise on growing demand for plant-based ingredients. We caught up with the company to find out more about its tech and international...
Mile High Labs has submitted a European novel foods dossier for its CBD isolate. According to Christian Hendriksen, vice president of international expansion, compliance with novel food regulations will help move CBD into the FMCG mainstream.
Oils and fats supplier Bunge Loders Croklaan is ‘significantly lowering’ the 3-MCPDe levels across its entire European food portfolio ahead of expected European regulations that will impose stricter maximum levels.
Beta glucans that deliver immune health benefits are an ingredient that is making its way into mainstream food and beverage categories. As the coronavirus pandemic places health and diet in the spotlight, this shift is likely to gather steam.
The cultured meat sector is set to eventually be buoyed by the coronavirus crisis as consumers become more interested in food solutions seen as sustainable and safe, believes the co-founder and managing director of cultured meat supplier Peace of Meat.