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Middle East: Israeli company launches hot protein beverage for active consumers

Matok V’Kal launches Fit4style Protein Cup, a hot protein beverage for post-workout in three flavors: salted caramel, vanilla, and coffee. The vegan protein shake...

Americas: Dupont releases plant protein range for snacks, bars

DuPont Nutrition & Health has launched six plant protein nuggets from its Supro and Trupro product range containing more protein or less sodium than...

Europe: Researchers to extract protein from grass for human consumption

In a project headed by DTU Food, researchers and companies are working together to find a profitable way to extract protein from grass and...

Middle East: Steak made from the lab

Israeli company Aleph Farms has kicked off the first cell-grown minute steak, delivering the full experience of meat with the appearance, shape, and texture...

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...

Europe: Coveris reduces meat packaging by 50% for retailer

Coveris delivers a fully-circular skinboard tray for UK Plastics Pact's fresh protein products. Replacing hard-to-recycle black plastic trays with a printed Forest Stewardship Council or...

Americas/Europe: Consumers want to eat more fish, report

More residents in the US and UK would like to consume more fish, according to new research from Cargill. In its latest Feed4Thought survey, Cargill...

Europe: Arla builds whey centre in Denmark

Arla Foods is building an innovation centre in Nr. Vium, Denmark for scientists and innovators to discover and deliver new ways of using milk...

Americas: Soy protein in diet brings body fat loss

One key to a successful weight loss plan is to lose body fat while sparing lean muscle tissue. While losing weight or body fat...

Europe: Getting protein out of grass, research

In the quest to develop sustainable foods, which can feed the world's growing population, researchers from the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark,...