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Americas: Meal kits offer the convenience that consumers want

When meal kit subscription services came on the scene a few years back, they stirred up a lot of buzz and consumers gave them...

Europe: Consumers still like things sweet, report

Across the 10 highest consuming nations for both sugar confectionery and gum, consumption is increasing, with compound annual growth rates ranging from 0.5 percent...

Europe: share sells bottled water in recycled PET

Berlin startup share is the first beverage producer in Germany to sell its water in PET bottles made of 100% recyclate. KHS Group's Bottles...

Asia Pacific: Chinaplas to highlight circular economy in 2019

After focusing on Internet 4.0 for the past three years, Chinaplas is seeing the rise of circular economy in the industry. "We’ve been aware of...

Europe: Blendhub, Ambrosus partner on cloud-based traceability

Blendhub and Ambrosus are working to implement a cloud-based track-and-trace system for transparency along the supply chain of powder-based foods. For the partnership, Blendhub will...

Americas: Dairy fat consumption linked to lower risk of type 2 diabetes, study

Higher levels of biomarkers of dairy fat consumption are associated with lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to new research published recently...

Europe: Austrian coffee roaster uses green coffee capsules

Active packaging manufacturer Alpla and materials manufacturer Golden Compound have launched a biodegradable coffee capsule that can be disposed of in a home compost. The...

Europe: Measuring freshness in meat

Product quality and food waste are two of the most important topics in today’s food production. While the industry must keep production costs low...

Asia Pacific: Making a nutritious beverage out of soy pulp waste

Associate professor Liu Shao Quan and doctoral student Vong Weng Chan from the NUS Food Science and Technology Programme have devised a cocktail of...

Americas: RTD coffee drinkers want functionality in beverages, report

US ready-to-drink (RTD) coffee consumers want options that include antioxidants (47%), promote brain health (40%), are anti-inflammatory (35%) or have added probiotics (30%), according...
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