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Americas: Almond flour as an alternative to processed flours

Almond flour is gaining popularity among consumers as a nutritious and versatile alternative to wheat flour. Food News International finds out more from Jeff Smith,...

Americas: P&G to list fragrance ingredients online

The Procter & Gamble Company will share online all fragrance ingredients down to 0.01% for its entire product portfolio in the US and Canada...

Americas: NSF rolls out new certification

NSF International has developed an independent certification protocol — Raised Without Antibiotics — to certify animal products have been raised without exposure to antibiotics....

Americas: Researchers find walnuts activate the brain

Packed with nutrients linked to better health, walnuts are also thought to discourage overeating by promoting feelings of fullness. In a new brain imaging...

Americas: Outsourcing releases capacity

Contract manufacturers like SternMaid America can relieve companies of work, provide the latest technologies and contribute valuable external know-how. Smaller companies and manufacturers with...

Growing of fresh produce at home automatically

Purdue University students who developed an automated device to grow vegetables in homes have started a company to commercialize their technology and develop an...

Americas: Researchers find caffeine tempers taste

Caffeine, the widely consumed stimulant and igniter of sluggish mornings, has been found to temper taste buds temporarily, making food and drink seem less...

Americas: Consumers will splurge on sustainable seafood, Cargill

While 82% of Americans surveyed are adding salmon, shrimp and tilapia to their plates, they want to know where it’s coming from and that...

Americas: Be the first-mover with regulatory approvals, healthy partnerships

Algatech (Algatechnologies) has received Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa) approval for its all-natural astaxanthin AstaPure to be used as a food ingredient. This approval makes...

Americas: Millions may face protein deficiency with rising CO2 levels

If carbon dioxide (CO2) levels continue to rise as projected, the populations of 18 countries may lose more than 5% of their dietary protein...
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