These are all the posts that have been tagged with protein.
Stephen Harding looks at how the food health revolution is affecting the food processing industry
According to research published in the February 2018 issue of the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, not all gluten-free foods are as healthy as consumers may believe.
Cargill has announced plans to expand its product range at its starches and sweeteners plant in Krefeld, Germany.
According to research conducted by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), more beef, lamb and dairy products would be sold if a brighter spotlight was shone on their health benefits.
The Hippocratic Post website reports that Britain’s teenage girls are ditching dairy, according to a survey among 2,000 UK adults, including over 1,000 parents, which showed that almost 1 in 5 teenage girls aged 13-19 are drinking less milk than two years ago, and one in six have cut it out of their diets altogether.
Clean label starch and flour producer Kröner-Stärke has introduced its new range of clean label wheat proteins to the German and European market.
Arla Foods and German dairy company DMK Group have signed a third-party manufacturing contract that will see DMK produce 35,000 tons of mozzarella cheese for Arla per year at its Nordhackstedt site in northern Germany.
Global snacking firm Pladis has revealed its insights into ‘the new breed of snackers’ in the UK, with younger consumers snacking more than any previous generation.
Analysing over 186 million social media posts referencing coffee over the course of two years, Foresight Factory, the consumer analytics company specialising in trends, has identified the key trends of the coffee market for 2017.
Green banana flour is among the four key ingredients that are expected to excel across Europe in 2018, new research suggests, as consumer appetite for new ingredients is strong.
The European dairy sector has closely followed the recent discussions on the proposal for a new labelling scheme developed by six international food and drink companies, ‘Evolved Nutrition Label Initiative’ (ENL).
New research from Mintel has probed British consumers on what they would “choose between never being able to eat cheese again or never being able to eat chocolate again.”
Informa’s Agribusiness Intelligence has released its latest predictions that meat and dairy substitutes will grow strongly to 2021, with milk substitutes growing most rapidly by 43% and meat substitutes by 25%.
One of the highlights at this year’s Fi Europe & Ni (28-30 November, Frankfurt, Germany) will be the announcement of the winners of the Innovation Awards.