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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...

Europe: Tate & Lyle releases clean-label starches

Tate & Lyle releases instant clean-label starch products Claria Instant 340 and 360. "While consumers are demanding simpler ingredient labels, they are not willing to...

Americas: Cost deters consumer from buying organic food

A Mintel report reveals that 50% of consumers say they are most likely to purchase organic fresh produce such as fruit and vegetables, compared...

Americas: More use natural preservatives in food, finds study

Food producer Oscar Mayer has replaced artificial preservatives in their hot dogs with celery juice, a natural source of the preservative sodium nitrite. A...

Europe: Taiyo exhibits extracts for beverages at show

Taiyo presents Sunphenon tea extracts made from green tea leaves at drinktec 2017. They are available in powder form and dissolve completely in water, which...

Europe: Insect grower receives €45M in funding

Netherlands-based Protix has received €45 million (US$50.38 million) in funding from by Aqua-Spark, Rabobank, BOM and other private investors. Protix breeds insects for...

Europe: 25% of F&B products in Germany don organic claims

A quarter of all food and drink products launched in Germany in 2016 carried organic claim, the highest percentage globally, according to research from...

Middle East: Frutarom releases organic rosemary extract

Frutarom Food Protection Business Unit expands its organic oxidation management solutions line with an organic rosemary extract to prevent oxidation and increase shelf-life of...

Americas: Report finds frozen foods go for healthy makeover

Frozen foods have been feeling the heat lately in the US largely due to a shift in consumer preferences to fresh and refrigerated foods....

Americas: Younger US consumers want clean label fats, report

Millennials and Generation Z consumers in the US are the most inclined to view any type of fat not only as permissible, but as...
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