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Europe: Grocery shopping are getting smarter, finds survey

About 39% of consumers think that supermarkets in particular will confront them with digital innovations such as automatic scanning and payment of groceries, finds...

Americas: Stevia less bitter than before, finds researchers

Cornell food scientists have reduced the sweetener stevia’s bitter aftertaste by physical – rather than chemical – means, as noted in the Volume 197,...

Europe: DSM symposium focuses on Vitamin E intake, metabolic syndrome

DSM hosted a satellite symposium alongside the 12th European Nutrition Conference FENS recently to discuss the role of micronutrients, including vitamin E and omega-3s,...

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...

Asia Pacific: NZ research backs belief that tomatoes can be a gout trigger

A group of Otago Department of Biochemistry researchers noticed that a large number of gout sufferers believe tomatoes to be one of these gout...

Americas: School meals have more fiber, less salt, finds CDC report

Most schools in the US are implementing healthy practices to help meet federal school meal standards by offering whole grains, more fruits and vegetables,...

Asia Pacific: Vietnam drank 836M liters of carbonated drinks in 2014, finds report

Consumers may be curbing their intake of carbonated drinks in many markets, but in Vietnam, soft drinks consumption looks set to break the 1...

Asia Pacific: China opens up to drinking more coffee, finds report

China has a long history of drinking tea and while the hot brew is still the most popular drink in the country, a Canadean...

Europe: Superchilling extends product shelf life by 120%, finds research

Research carried out by Campden BRI has shown that superchilling can safely extend the shelf life of chilled foods without any loss of sensory...

Americas: Calcium supplement intake does not harm the heart, says researcher

Contrary to recent reports, consuming calcium supplements is not likely to cause heart problems or heart attacks, according to a study from Purdue University. "Our...
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