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Inside Tomorrow’s Nutrition Shelf

03 Aug 2017 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on the trends that will drive the nutritionals market forward. What is the future for personalized nutrition and which condition specific nutrition areas are on trend?

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DSM Nutritional Products appoints new Asia Pacific leadership

17 Aug 2017 --- Global science company Royal DSM has announced two new appointments, effective September 1, 2017, which come as DSM continues to drive growth in Asia Pacific. With its nutrition business cluster now spanning multiple industries, DSM is creating new opportunities through high-performing science-based products and solutions that cut across nutrition and health.

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Looking beyond traditional fiber

14 Aug 2017 --- Adding fiber to finished foods is big business and one substantial change in terms of fiber in recent years is the sheer scale and diversity of fiber sources. Back in the day, fiber was associated with “regularity”, however thinking about dietary fiber in terms of the overall health and well-being benefits that it can bring is the new order and food innovators across a multitude of categories are tapping into high/source fiber claims

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DSM raises 2017 forecast after promising quarter

03 Aug 2017 --- DSM has reported a very good Q2, with sales up 8 percent to €2,161m (US$2,559m), and 6 percent organic growth. The company's adjusted EBITDA is up 15 percent to €376m (US$445.3m). In the nutrition segment, the company has reported a 4 percent organic sales growth and its adjusted EBITDA is up 14 percent. 

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DSM scores EU approval for enzyme to break down residual gluten

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