Biotech group Novozymes has invested in new ‘energy-friendly’ raslysation technology developed by Danish company Lyras to replace filtration processes. It is expected to result in lower costs and increased efficiency.
ABF Ingredients, the speciality ingredient arm of Associated British Foods, secured a ‘record’ performance in the face of difficult conditions seen throughout 2022. But it looks likely that the worst is not yet behind us, with expectations of a deepening...
The popularity of oat milk as a dairy-free alternative has soared over the years, prompting manufacturers to look at ways to ramp up production. A novel enzyme developed by DSM promises to improve production efficiency by reducing hydrolysis time.
CSM Ingredients has entered into a strategic partnership with Allozymes, a Singapore-based start-up that leverages proprietary tech to develop novel enzymes, FoodNavigator can reveal. In this global exclusive, we catch up with CSM CEO Aldo Uva to learn...
EU legislation on acrylamide is set to be renewed next year, meaning its crunch time for a number of manufacturers who are still producing biscuits and cookies with acrylamide levels above the 350 ppb benchmark level (BML).
Enzymit, an Israeli development state company, has secured $5 million in funding to further develop its AI platform that can greatly speed the development of novel enzymes. The technology has the potential to cut the cost of many ingredients now made...
A recent study analysed recent advances to improve the quality of gluten-free bread, focusing not only on the latest conventional ingredients and innovative approaches to replace the gluten-network, but also on technological and processes methods that...
Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in nutrition, health and sustainable Living, has launched its new DelvoCheese CP-500 cultures for boosting the yield and resource efficiency of mozzarella cheese production.
The food and beverage enzyme market looks set to continue growing, says Danisco chief, as food firms turn to processing aid to solve issues of cost, safety and quality, and new health and nutrition benefits are uncovered.
Novozymes has reported a strong set of results for first half 2007
and is set to achieve targets for the year as it keeps its ear to
the ground and develops new enzymes to serve trends and help
producers overcome difficulties.
The US enzyme market is set for healthy growth, according to a new
report, but continued downward pricing pressures mean that this
growth will likely result from a corresponding increase in food and
A European regulation on food enzymes, which would demand dossiers
of safety and technical information on each enzyme prior to their
approval on the market, could be published by the Commission by the
end of the year, reports Dominique...
The bakery sector is keeping up the pace as the fastest growing
market in food enzymes in the US, although recent controversy over
genetically modified organisms is set to eat into market growth as
food makers think twice before investing...