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Asia Pacific: Valio receives Chinese export permit for infant formula

The Chinese government has given Valio an export permit to ship its powdered infant formulas, manufactured at the Lapinlahti plant, and ready-to-feed liquid infant...

Americas: Researchers make more stevia using yeast

A report in American Chemical Society's Synthetic Biology describes a way to prepare large quantities of stevia using yeast, which would cut out the...

Asia Pacific: Bangkok to hold alternative protein summit

Organized by the Centre for Management Technology, the 2nd Food Proteins Asia (January 22-23, 2019) in Bangkok, Thailand will highlight the shift towards alternative...

Americas: Plant-based foods on the rise, report

Eight in 10 US survey respondents have changed their or their family’s diet to try to be healthier, with over 39% of them have...

Asia Pacific: Naturally flavored hot drinks to thrive, report

Rising disposable incomes, busy life styles and growing health awareness levels among many millennial consumers in Asia Pacific are driving the demand for hot...

Europe: Sensus’ chicory inulin gets ISO standard

Sensus said its full range of chicory inulin and oligofructose products qualifies as natural according to the new ISO 19657:2017 standard. About a year...

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...

Middle East: Better Juice’s technology reduce sugars in fruit juice by 30-80%

Better Juice has developed a patent-pending enzymatic technology that uses all-natural ingredients to convert monosaccharides and disaccharides (fructose, glucose, and sucrose) into prebiotic and...

Europe: French consumers read ingredient, nutritional labels

While consumers in France value both ingredient and nutrition labels, they prioritize ingredient labels, according to a survey by Tate & Lyle. To coincide with...

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...
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