Unilever and biotech start-up Algenuity have announced a new partnership to delve into the ‘huge’ potential microalgae bring in innovating future foods for Unilever’s plant-based portfolio.
Food & Drink Technology talks to Thomas Constant about his company, BeoBia, which wants food for life and is developing an insect growing pod for people’s homes, providing a sustainable and healthy source of protein while reusing household food waste.
Pharmactive Biotech Products has introduced affronEYE, a saffron extract that could help reduce the risks of long-term blue-light induced eye injury as a result of prolonged screen time.
With the Covid-19 pandemic profoundly impacting consumer behaviour, Innova Market Insights has unveiled the key food trends that could be here to stay.
Low and no calorie sweeteners are now a vital tool in today’s formulation toolbox.
Featuring a selection of yeast extracts, process flavours, hydrocolloids and nutritional ingredients, DSM’s portfolio meets growing consumer demand for meat alternatives.
Based on the eponymous company report on the latest global socio-cultural shifts and trends, the new flavours reportedly provide inspiration for up-to-date product launches and targeted brand positioning.
FoodTech startup Better Juice plans to go full-scale with industrial implementation of its sugar-reduction tech within a year.
The Thai FDA has approved a health claim for the effect of Sensus’ chicory root fibre to increase bifidobacteria in the intestine.
The company said current food trends require new product solutions to meet trends such as vegetarian and vegan products, products with an organic label, clean label or food for certain faith groups.
Solevo has become the exclusive distributor of Tate & Lyle’s ingredients in West African countries including Ivory Coast, Senegal and Cameroon.
The plant-based ingredient manufacturer is the first to earn Clean Label Project certification for its ginseng and rosemary extracts.