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Asia Pacific: Reduce acrylamide with a non-GMO solution, says Kerry

Kerry has launched Acryleast, a new fully non-GMO solution for acrylamide reduction in partnership with Renaissance BioScience. The clean-label, non-GMO yeast, which is rich in...

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: DSM survey finds most consumers are unaware of acrylamide

Consumers are still largely unaware of acrylamide - but those who do know something about acrylamide, know enough to be concerned, according to a...

Europe: Making flour out of carrot peel

Students from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have made flour out of carrot peel instead of compost during a course on innovation and...

Americas: Almond flour as an alternative to processed flours

Almond flour is gaining popularity among consumers as a nutritious and versatile alternative to wheat flour. Food News International finds out more from Jeff Smith,...

Asia Pacific: New confectionery formats are needed, states swop 2017

swop 2017 will showcase internationally advanced and innovative processing and packaging products for the confectionery and bakery sectors. Held from November 7 to 10 at...

Americas: Chilled dairy alternatives threatens traditional products

There’s a battle brewing in the food and beverage industry, a regulatory skirmish in both Europe and the United States over dairy alternative marketers’...

Americas: Tree nuts as healthier snacks, study

A new study finds replacing typical snack foods with almonds and other tree nuts would decrease empty calories, solid fats, saturated fat and sodium...

Americas: Report finds frozen foods go for healthy makeover

Frozen foods have been feeling the heat lately in the US largely due to a shift in consumer preferences to fresh and refrigerated foods....

Americas: Consumers prefer diet over pills to sleep better, finds survey

Rather than popping pills to sleep, a survey reveals more US consumers would prefer to eat well in order to sleep better. This survey was...