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Did You Know: How Halal food testing is done?

The dietary laws that forbid Jews and Muslims from consuming pork date back millennia, but when pork ingredients are included in food products, deliberately...

Europe: UK consumers drink more added value milk, says Arla

Added value milk products by Arla Foods UK has successfully added £95 million (US$119.56 million) in value to the category in 2016, with 1.5...

Europe: EFSA improves scientific assessments

European Food Safety Authority's (EFSA) Scientific Committee has developed three key methodological frameworks to improve the robustness, quality and transparency of the scientific assessments...

Europe: One drop of blood to test for food allergies

Fraunhofer researchers are developing methods to specifically and reliably detect allergenic substances in foods. In addition, they are helping to establish processes that reduce...

Americas: Supermarket stores see success in prepared foods counters, finds study

  Most supermarket stores (64%) witnessed prepared foods category growth of 9% or higher in 2014, according to a survey conducted by Food Marketing Institute...

Americas: Probiotic, gut-friendly cold brew coffee debuts in the US

JÙS by Julie has unveiled the Probiotic Cold Brew Coffee, infused with GanedenBC30 vegan probiotics for consumers to have instant energy, and immune and...

Middle East: Turkey’s young fuels demand for packaged products

Turkey is experiencing a number of big shifts in its demographics which is having a positive effect on the packaged food market, according to...

World: Global aseptic packaging to grow 24% by 2020, finds report

The world market for aseptically packed products amounted to over 140 billion liters in 330 billion packs during 2014, according to the new Global...

Americas: Foodservice menu for children remain unhealthy, researchers find

US chain restaurants participating in a National Restaurant Association initiative to improve the nutritional quality of their children’s menus have made no significant changes...

Europe: Compounds in meat may be carcinogenic

Population studies indicate a possible link between intake of meat and cancer. Meat may contain carcinogens, but it is also an important nutritional source...
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