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Europe: Reducing sugar content in products

A center stage for food manufacturers to showcase their innovations in sugar reduction has been set by Public Health England with its new guidelines...

Europe: Tetra Pak releases Coconut Handbook online

With growing global demand for coconut-based products, Tetra Pak has launched an online version of its Coconut Handbook. Providing an in-depth guide to the entire...

Europe: Millennials find fruit juice healthy, report

Millennial fruit juice drinkers in Europe view 100% fruit juice as a healthy beverage, according to the findings of a consumer survey conducted by...

Americas: Consumers prefer diet over pills to sleep better, finds survey

Rather than popping pills to sleep, a survey reveals more US consumers would prefer to eat well in order to sleep better. This survey was...

Asia Pacific: More Asians drink coffee, report

Three out of the five fastest growing retail coffee markets are in Asia, as Indonesia is currently the fastest growing packaged retail coffee market...

Europe: Apple varieties for juice processing

People who like wine usually develop a preference for a particular grape variety. A similar thing could soon happen with juice drinkers. ‘Variety’ is the...

Americas: Associations release guidelines for handling probiotic items

The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), a trade association for the dietary supplement and functional food industry, and the International Probiotics Association (IPA) have...

Europe: DTU staff develops filter for utilizing spent grain

Employees of DTU (Technical University of Denmark) Brewery have developed a compact filter that can be used to utilize nutrients in the by-product spent...

Americas: Researchers say sleep deprivation may increase sugar intake

People who sleep five or fewer hours a night are likely to also drink significantly more sugary caffeinated drinks, such as sodas and energy...

Americas: Study finds sugar-sweetened beverages increases prediabetes risk

Adult Americans who regularly consumed sugar-sweetened beverages (roughly one can of soda per day) had a 46% higher risk of developing prediabetes compared to...

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