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SCIENCE
 
 
Encapsulated curcumin shows potential to rival tartrazine as yellow food color
 
With demand for natural food colors continuing to increase, supercritical antisolvent (SAS) technology may allow for encapsulated curcumin to replace artificial tartrazine, according to a new study from scientists in Colombia and Spain... Read

 
 
'Not particularly good news': Processing strips maize of healthy nutrients
 
The process of making corn flakes strips maize of its healthy phenolic compounds and tocopherols, meaning fortification with additives is the best solution to make corn products healthier, scientists have found... Read

 
 
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... Read

 
 

ARTESA CHICKPEA PROTEIN: 'IT'S AS CLOSE TO DAIRY AS ANY PLANT PROTEIN WE'VE TESTED'


There’s a new kid on the plant-based protein block, and it’s going to be disruptive, predicts Nutriati
 
Plant-based proteins are hot property, but organoleptic and functional challenges continue to hold the market back, claims Virginia-based Nutriati, which says its new chickpea protein concentrates can open up new application opportunities and give soy, pea and rice a serious run for their money... Read

 
 
Umami flavour boost before a meal may lead to healthier eating
 
An umami-rich broth eaten at the start of a meal may leading to healthier food choices and more controlled food choices by activating certain brain pathways, according to a study... Read

 
 
Campden BRI bridging the knowledge gap on food borne viruses
 
Campden BRI is establishing a club project spotlighting virus control measures for the food industry... Read

 
 
 
 
 
 
TECHNICAL PAPER 
 
Sugar taxes drive beverage reformulation
 
Sugar taxes force beverage companies to innovate in sugar replacement. Find out more about how ERYLITE® helps innovation in sugar reduced beverages with strong taste enhancement capabilities...

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MARKET TRENDS
 
 
UK retailers strike agreement to protect Antarctic wildlife from krill fishing
 
Representatives of the krill fishing industry and the UK’s leading retailers have joined Greenpeace in the formation of a voluntary agreement to restrict fishing in key areas around the Antarctic Peninsula... Read

 
 
 From Mamenoka to green tea noodles Japanese foods tap health demand
 
Japanese food exporters are growing their presence in the UK and other European markets as they work to capitalise on the healthy image of food from Japan... Display

 
 
Personalized, smart packaging will dominate online grocery shopping by 2025
 
As the world of e-grocery continues to grow, Tetra Pak predicts a rise in personalization, smart packaging and sustainability over the coming years... Read

 
 
Is the UK's €5.3bn ready meal market missing a trick?
 
No organic ready meals, 'double standards' in meat labelling and too few vegetarian options. Manufacturers in Europe's biggest ready meal market, the UK, are failing to seize a business opportunity, a new report says... Read

 
 
Savory, spicy and botanical: Exotic flavors can breathe new life into soda
 
More innovative flavors can engage consumers with the carbonated soft drink (CSD) category, according to market research company Mintel... Read

 
 
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)... Read

 
 
IFT’s Start-Up Alley offers solutions to today’s problems & tomorrow’s challenges
 
At IFT in Chicago next week, “future-forward entrepreneurs” participating in the NEXT Start-Up Alley will showcase new solutions to some of today’s biggest problems, including food safety and sugar-reduction, as well as emerging challenges of the future, such as minimizing food waste and enhancing sustainability with plant-based options... 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

 
 
 New product trend tracker: Seaweed-infused oils, granola for kids and cocktail sweets for adults
 
From algae-infused cooking oils to baobab herbal teas; cocktail-flavoured sweets and low-sugar yoghurts with no sweeteners, we take a look at some new product launches that stand out from the crowd... Display

 
 
 
 
BUSINESS
 
 
Cargill expands carrageenan extract portfolio for dairy desserts
 
Cargill has created Satiagel Seabrid, a new carrageenan extract, based on 100% cultivated seaweed, which the company said creates a supply of sustainably-sourced ingredients that delivers a texture preferred by consumers... Read

 
 
Retail powerhouses put microscope on supply chain emissions
 
The world’s largest retailers, including Wal-Mart and Tesco, are increasing their focus on supply chain sustainability by collecting data from suppliers to reduce environmental risk and cut carbon emissions... Read

 
 
 ColorKitchen extends the shelf life and vibrancy of natural colors
 
Thousands of anecdotal reports collected by the Center For Science in the Public Interest and others correlating artificial dyes, such as Red 40, with behavior problems have prompted some parents to seek naturally colored products – many of which fall short in terms of vibrancy or have off flavor notes... Watch now

 
 
DuPont gives breakfast cereal manufacturers a boost with powdered antioxidant
 
DuPont Nutrition and Health has created a new antioxidant from naturally sourced tocopherols for use in breakfast cereal and granola products... Read

 
 
Orkla expands in Denmark with bakery filling acquisition
 
Orkla Food Ingredients has inked a "strategically important" deal to acquire Danish fruit filling, syrup and marmalade supplier Igos... Read

 
 
Bosch packaging sale ‘may be dampened by current hysteria about plastic’ says M&A expert
 
Bosch has announced it will sell its packaging machinery business (PA), more specifically the pharmaceuticals and food units of its Packaging Technology division to focus on its core business... Read

 
 
 
 
POLICY
 
 
EFSA to consider limits for kaurenoic acid in stevia
 
EFSA may recommend limits for the impurity kaurenoic acid in stevia but suppliers have played down safety fears... Read

 
 
300,000-strong survey 'confirms positive impact' of NutriScore logo
 
Leading French retailer E.Leclerc is definitively backing the NutriScore logo after a survey of 300,000-consumers showed it is best in encouraging healthy food choices, especially among younger shoppers and those from lower socio-economic backgrounds... Read

 
 
Europe mulls tougher crackdown on unfair trade practices
 
The European Parliament is examining a proposed Directive to toughen proposals targeting unfair trading practices in the supply chain... Read

 
 
Italian ministry move to simplify botanical production for supplement use
 
The Italian Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies (MIPAAF) has approved legislation that simplifies the cultivation, harvesting and processing of botanical plants potentially used for food supplements... Read

 
 
EFSA question current permitted pesticide levels in infant food
 
Europe’s food regulatory agency has called for a review of levels of pesticide residue permitted in foods for infants and young children after current guidelines “may not be sufficiently protective”... Read

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Sporty nutrition for fitness enthusiasts. Efficient energy management as a game changer. - Beneo GmbH
 
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Los hábitos de consumo de aperitivos: de sensato a delicioso, naturalmente. - Beneo GmbH
 
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GLOBAL PREFERENCES: TEXTURANTS PLAY A KEY ROLE. - Tate & Lyle
 
New generation of healthy baking powder - Jungbunzlauer
 
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