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Asia Pacific: AR is suitable for short-term marketing, report

Augmented reality (AR), which blends the real and virtual world together, has emerged as one of the most exciting technologies in the intelligent packaging...

Europe: Using blockchain in the food industry

Described as an ‘open ledger’ for transactions, blockchain gives a secure way to track and transfer assets through supply chains, states Sustainable Foods Summit. It...

Europe: Packaging needs to ‘speak’, said DLG

Consumer desire is a fundamental driver for change in the food sector as this has a direct influence on production processes and subsequent packaging,...

Europe: Ingredient that helps one stay fit, young, Kaneka tells FNI

Kaneka will present its sports prototypes project, highlighting options for combination products that target the global sports nutrition market at Vitafoods 2018 in Geneva,...

Americas: Gen Zs seek out organic, real food

Generation Z, those born in 1997 to present, has the potential to take demand for 'real' unadulterated food to new heights, according to The...

Asia Pacific: Proteins may create better brew, say researchers

The transformation of barley grains into beer typically requires starring water, yeast and hops. Now, scientists are saying proteins can someday lead to a...

Americas: Researchers release high-yielding red rice

Researchers from Cornell University and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service are releasing a nutritious red rice cultivar that should appeal...

Africa: Dealing with the environmental impact of packaging

Africa has one of the most diverse food and cuisine markets on the planet, with the industry projected by the World Bank to reach...

Europe: Embrace trends to stay relevant, Givaudan tells FNI

Givaudan’s new FlavourVision edition reveals seven key consumer trends from crafted identities to risk aware and human connection. These trends are brought to life...

Europe: Researchers convert lactose into alcohol

Researchers from the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, have developed a patented technology which uses lactic acid bacteria to efficiently convert lactose...
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