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Europe: Chr Hansen, DTU to research on probiotic bacteria in food

Chr. Hansen and the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark embark on a joint research project on using encapsulation to secure longer-lasting bacteria...

Americas: Curcumin found to improve memory, mood

Daily consumption of a certain form of curcumin — the substance that gives Indian curry its bright color — improved memory and mood in...

Europe: Anuga Foodtec on upgrading by-products

Sustainability and environmental management play an important role in the food industry. Nevertheless, regardless of how efficiently the machines work and how resource-friendly they produce,...

Asia Pacific: Blueberry vinegar could boost brain health in mice

Blueberry vinegar could restore cognitive function in mice, according to a report in American Chemical Society's Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Recent studies have...

Middle East: Tomatoes seen as healthy, survey

Tomatoes have a powerful association with health and are seen as the star ingredient of the Mediterranean Diet, according to a survey by Lyocred...

Europe: Industry hopeful over novel foods approval process, survey

Many people working in the nutrition industry feel positive about the EU’s new process for the approval of novel foods, new research by the...

Americas: DSM seeks promising businesses for investment, partnership

DSM will hold a conference in April 15-17, 2018 to explore business collaborations and investment opportunities with entrepreneurs and innovators looking for financing and...

Americas: Fish oils in PlantGels

NutriGold launches its Non-GMO Project verified omega-3 fish oils in PlantGels, a plant-based vegan softgel made from tapioca. PlantGels represent a cleaner and healthier...

Europe: Wholegrains found to fight against inflammation

When overweight adults exchange refined grain products – such as white bread and pasta – with whole grain varieties, they eat less, they lose...

Asia Pacific: Chinese city dwellers are more mindful of their health, report

Research from Mintel reveals that 76% of urban Chinese consumers surveyed have developed a habit of doing sport and fitness activities. Running (39%) is...
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