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NIZO shares insight into the latest advances in maintaining protein functionality / Pic: GettyImages-Christoph Burgstedt

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Industry insights from NIZO: The latest innovation maintaining protein functionality

By René Floris, NIZO Food Research Division Manager

The need to preserve protein functionality is prompting food makers to explore ‘milder processing’ than traditional heat treatment. In his second monthly column, René Floris, NIZO Food Research Division Manager and member of the FoodNavigator expert advisory...

Givaudan Taste & Wellness develops AI to streamline recipe innovation / Pic: GettyImages-Karendaev

Givaudan leverages AI for ‘next generation’ product development

By Katy Askew

Givaudan’s flavour business, Givaudan Taste & Wellness, is launching a new tool that leverages artificial intelligence for the ‘next generation’ of product development. “Success comes from combining the output of the tools with the sensitivity and...

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Big data ‘the trend to watch', says IGD

By Oliver Morrison

Traditional bricks-and-mortar retail still has “a long way to run”, but food and beverage manufacturers must embrace AI and predictive analysts to create value, according to IGD’s chief economist James Walton.

Wolt co-founder and CEO Miki Kuusi

Tech moves illustrate growing strength of online delivery trend

By Oliver Morrison

Finnish online food delivery platform Wolt has raised over $500m from global investors in news that illustrates continued growth in home delivery for food and drink products is set to be one of the biggest trends of this year.

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What will the dairy aisle look like in 2030? Perfect Day weighs in

By Flora Southey

The dairy aisle is in a period of transformation, as an increasing number of animal-free alternatives compete for shelf space. If we were to fast forward a decade, what would it look like then? Tim Geistlinger, Chief Scientific Officer at animal-free...

Rice starch is a unique ingrediant that can allow manufacturers to tap current consumer trends. Image: Beneo

Beneo doubling down on the clean label mega trend

By Oliver Morrison

Beneo predicts to see significant growth in the market for chicory root, sugar beet, wheat and rice starches as consumers in 2021 demand cleaner but also natural easily recognisable ‘cupboard ingredients’.

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