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Americas: Intertek Alchemy releases free online course on safety amidst COVID-19

Intertek Alchemy has released a complimentary training course that trains food industry workers how to recognize symptoms, prevent transmission, and effective measures to mitigate...

Americas: More are snacking on yogurt, report

Over half of all US consumers now buy yogurt as part of their typical grocery basket, according to a new report from Innova Market...

Americas: Corbion’s mold inhibitor for baked goods wins award

The American Society of Baking (ASB) has recognized Corbion's clean-label solution for inhibiting mold in bakery products. The Verdad MP 100 won the ASB Innovation Award in the...

Americas: Tetra Pak to offer full color digital printed cartons

Tetra Pak is to become the first company in the food and beverage carton industry to offer full-color digital printing on its carton packages,...

Americas: UPM Raflatac label waste program expands

UPM Raflatac's RafCycle recycling solution has expanded to the US and Canada, giving new life to self-adhesive label waste that would otherwise be landfilled....

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...

Americas: Slow take-up in online grocery shopping, report

Adoption of online grocery shopping is moving at a slower pace than other consumer categories, but it is growing with about 10% of US...

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...

Americas: Plant-based proteins gain consumer appeal

There is a 19% growth in cases shipped of plant-based proteins from broad line US foodservice distributors to independent (one to two units)...

Americas: Mangos found to benefit blood pressure in women

Two cups of mangoes a day had beneficial effects on systolic blood pressure among healthy postmenopausal women, according to a study conducted by the...