The DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft – German Agricultural Society) has announced the 20 recipients of the International FoodTec Award for pioneering development in terms of innovation, sustainability and efficiency.
With new regulations coming into effect this year making allergen labelling compulsory on pre-packed food for direct sale, Bureau Veritas is welcoming the changes whilst urging businesses to set out a clear plan for the transition.
The blind taste test from the two Israeli companies surpassed expectations as unassuming meat-eaters from the general public found Redefine Meat’s Alt-Meat indistinguishable from animal meat, with over 90% acceptance rate.
The Belfast-based business now offers rapid authenticity testing for four herbs and spices, and will also start providing bespoke model development services for customers with specific authenticity testing needs.
Twenty Degrees’ new venture will unlock opportunities for farmers by bringing single origin cacao beans to market that are either too specialist or too remote to be sold to mainstream manufacturers.
GNT has extended its range of oil-dispersible Coloring Foods with the launch of a pink shade made from fruit and vegetables.
ProVeg International, Oatly and Upfield have launched a petition to stop Amendment 171, which seeks to ban the use of dairy-related terms when describing or packaging plant-based foods.
Bühler AG has announced a strategic partnership with the German Institute of Food Technologies (DIL) to work together on the next generation of extruded meat substitutes.
When two international companies created the world’s first high-volume facility manufacturing omega-3 oil from natural marine algae, the $200 million joint venture had to minimise any impact at the plant, which was already producing another product. Even more challenging, this had to be accomplished while adding new automation capabilities and upgrading a variety of systems and equipment. Del Williams reports
Ingredion’s new organic instant functional native starch can be used in certified organic products and delivers the quality of conventional ingredients, according to the company.
PepsiCo has selected 10 emerging innovators for its fifth annual PepsiCo Greenhouse programme that seek to transform the ways consumers eat, drink and live their lives.