Light protection services and certification company Noluma has released new research that tackles the effects of light exposure on milk and other dairy products. Vitamin A, vitamin D and riboflavin levels in milk all begin to deplete after just two hours.
Which food firms are top for scoping out innovative start-ups and harnessing the latest research projects? FoodNavigator takes a look at the different incubator, accelerator and partnering schemes used by industry heavyweights.
Danish bioscience company Chr. Hansen has won a staggering €75m fund from the European Investment Bank to kick-start a deep-dive research project into the development of innovative bacterial solutions for the food industry, including meat products.
From Frito-Lay being granted a US patent for reduced oil potato chip processing to Tyson recalling 75,320 pounds of chicken nuggets and researchers finding migration of ink components on the inside of packaging FoodProductionDaily brings you the best...
Food industry trade body FoodDrinkEurope has said a decision to cut research and innovation spending by 11% under the EU’s seven year budget proposal is likely to harm the competitiveness of the European food industry.
Chinese soft drinks manufacturer Wahaha has signed a deal with the UK’s Nottingham University to collaborate on research and development covering areas including bioenergy, food technology and electric motors.
Trials are underway at Italian flexible film manufacturer Icimendue on a newly developed multilayered packaging applicable for high pressure food sterilization – one of many spin offs initiated under the EU funded NovelQ project, claims its coordinator.
Syral is building a new centre of excellence which it hopes will strengthen innovation by working directly with its customers in the application of its sweeteners and proteins, among other ingredients.
The Australian dairy industry continues to target product innovation with a new grant specifically designed to encourage innovative new ways of thermal and non-thermal processing and producing fermented foods and cultures.
Dairy research and development in the UK has been systematically
destroyed, warn two senior ex-officials, seriously damaging the
potential for the country's industry to compete against foreign
Japanese ingredients company Ajinomoto is to open two new food
research and development centres in China and the United States.
The centres are positioned as branches of the company's existing
Food Research and Development Laboratories.
The words 'food safety' are on the lips of manufacturers,
politicians and consumers across the world. In response to a
seemingly increasing preoccupation with this issue scientists are
constantly under pressure to come up...