Ingredion expands offerings to include its first dietary fibres based on fruits
The dietary fibres, made from un-utilised side-streams, can improve nutritional profiles and label appeal in a wide range of applications.
Cargill opens House of Chocolate to inspire, co-create and innovate
The House of Chocolate experience serves as the European R&D hub for Cargill’s chocolate, coating and filling activities and its 40 chocolate engineers.
Proactive health solutions in food and beverages sought by all age groups
Proactive health concerns are at the forefront of purchasing decisions across all generations, according to Kerry, the global taste and nutrition company.
Pharmactive unveils potential for blood pressure management with black garlic extract
A new clinical study finds that Pharmactive Biotech Products’ ABG+ (Aged Black Garlic) could help reduce cardiovascular risk factors.
Blendhub and Nucaps sign agreement to develop personalised functional ingredients
Blendhub and Nucaps, a nanotechnology development platform created in Spain, have signed a strategic alliance to develop personalised functional ingredients for the nutrition and health industries.
Barry Callebaut unveils first nutraceutical fruit drink
Barry Callebaut leverages its deep scientific knowledge of the cacaofruit and the fruit’s supportive health effect by introducing a nutraceutical fruit drink.
Microalgae could hold promise for IBD
Microalgae cultivation startup Yemoja Ltd joins MIGAL Institute to pioneer a major study of microalgae for Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
A tipping point
Alt-dairy’s popularity cannot be underestimated particularly now large players look to increases their vegan offerings amid record sales in the category. What can they do differently?
Millet-based diet can lower risk of type 2 diabetes
A new study drawing on research from 11 countries has shown that eating millets can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and helps manage blood glucose levels in people with diabetes.
A marker we can’t refuse
The findings of a recent study from University of Glasgow that vegetarians have healthier levels of disease markers than meat-eaters offer real food for thought.
Sente Foundry & partners launch FoodTech: Health & Wellness programme
Sente Foundry is launching its new startup programme in partnership with leading food product development company Griffith Foods, global food and retail company Yildiz Holding, and leading ingredients company Ingredion.
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New BNF resources shares secrets to healthy immune system for older adults
A new resource launched by the British Nutrition Foundation will inform older adults about what to eat to get all the vitamins and minerals needed to support a healthy immune system.
Informa Markets gears up for Fi Global Connect online series
The first virtual event in the Fi Global Connect series launches on 12 April and brings together market expertise, a diverse range of food & beverage ingredients, and solutions and content from ten different events of the Fi Global portfolio.
BNF survey reveals confusion about ultra-processed foods
A new survey from the British Nutrition Foundation suggests that people find it difficult to distinguish between foods classed as ultra-processed and other processed foods.