China's booming beverage sector sees new players and steady exports / Blackmores, CSIRO, NUS and Life-space speaking at Probiota Asia / Is the end near for the Yulin Dog Meat Festival? / Singapore summit to feature sustainable packaging and ingredients

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TODAY'S HEADLINES
 
 
China's beverage sector booming: New players enter market and exports stay strong
 
China's beverage manufacturing industry saw its profits rise 25.2% in the first five months of this year, according to a report from China-based consultancy firm Askci Consulting...
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Probiota Asia: Blackmores, CSIRO, NUS and Life-Space among first wave of keynote speaker announcements
 
Probiota Asia, our three-day summit dedicated to probiotics and prebiotics, returns to Singapore in October with a raft of industry experts now confirmed as speakers...
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Why the controversial Yulin Festival may be going to the dogs
 
The Yulin Dog Festival, the highly polarising annual celebration of dog meat in southern China, took place as usual last month, albeit to even greater protests from critics and mounting disapproval from locals...
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Sustainable packaging and ingredients to take centre-stage at Singapore summit
 
The second Asia-Pacific edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit will feature expert insights on sustainable packaging, ingredients, and marketing...
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FAO's global food snapshot: Record sugar production, trade spat instability & higher food bills
 
World sugar production is set to reach its highest ever level, even exceeding global demand, while trade disputes are causing uncertainty and price plunges, according to a report published by the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO)...
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Soy-based protein can support ‘significant’ weight loss
 
New research has revealed incorporating soy protein into a high-protein energy restrictive diet can support significant loss of body fat...
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Barry Callebaut: "Our APAC strategy is boringly consistent...but innovation is crucial for its success"
 
Barry Callebaut’s APAC president said the firm’s Asia strategy is ‘boringly consistent’ – namely to be the heart of the cocoa industry in the region – but underlined that constant innovation is needed to deliver on that objective...
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HEALTHY AGEING APAC SUMMIT 2018


 WATCH: Why South East Asia is primed for astaxanthin functional food take-off
 
South East Asia's fortified food market is at a tipping point where it is ready to progress from fortification with traditional vitamins and minerals, and move towards specialised ingredients such as asataxanthin... Watch now

 
 
Innova: Better-for-you claims on the rise, which are leading the pack?
 
The first time Innova Market Insights’ director of innovation, Lu Ann Williams, heard the term 'clean label' was in 2008, long before the term 'clean' started to infiltrate business to consumer marketing... Read

 
 
So long, spirulina? Knotted kelp adds nutrients, reduces salt & removes artificial flavours
 
UK firm Seaweed & Co's wild harvested knotted kelp (Ascophyllum) beats spirulina for iodine, potassium, calcium and magnesium, and can reduce salt in packaged foods or replace artificial smoke flavours, it says... Read

 
 

3D CHOCOLATE AND LOLLIPOPS


3D chocolate heads: Godiva Chocolatier taps into personalization gifting market
 
Godiva Chocolatier has collaborated with e-commerce startup Candy Mechanics to create personalized chocolate cards and lollipops made from 3D printed molds of human’s heads... Read

 
 
 
 
 
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