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Europe: Wholegrains found to fight against inflammation

When overweight adults exchange refined grain products – such as white bread and pasta – with whole grain varieties, they eat less, they lose...

Europe: Researchers to extract proteins from potato residuals

Innovation Fund Denmark is investing DKK 14 million (US$2.18 million) in a project that uses potato and seaweed residuals in ingredient production. Today, seaweed and...

Europe: Box that keeps produce fresh longer

To save some of the fruit and vegetables from the waste bin, four Technical University of Denmark (DTU) students have, in connection with the...

Europe: More consumers are mindful of their sugar consumption, report

Concern about sugar is on the rise globally, with nearly half of 8,000 respondents say they are more concerned about overall sugar consumption than...

Europe: GEA to showcase Brewery Advanced concept at show

At drinktec 2017, GEA will share the Brewery Advanced concept using its technology and a process design. This results to more brews in the lauter...

Europe: Henkel releases documents for compliance work

Henkel releases Food Contact Statements (FCS) for its adhesive solutions, offering detailed information on the results of Henkel’s thorough risk assessment in Europe. They...

Europe: Study shows Probi’s probiotics support children’s immune systems

A study shows probiotics from Probi have a suppressing effect on celiac autoimmunity and may delay the onset of the disease in children genetically...

Europe: Firms use blockchain in combating food fraud

PwC highlighted that food fraud costs the global economy in excess of US$40 billion a year. This equates to an additional US$5 per week on...

Europe: Brown carton for chilled products

Elopak and Stora Enso have launched a gable top carton made from natural brown unbleached paperboard called Naturally Pure-Pak. The new paperboard, Natura Life by...

Europe: Ink for oily applications Linx

Printing Technologies introduces a formula that meets the challenges of coding onto oily surfaces. The Linx Black oil-penetrating ink 1062 can print through light layers...
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