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Business News26 January 2015

Innova Market Insights: Fiber, Wholegrains and Protein Lead Health Focus in Cereals

26 Jan 2015 --- Breakfast cereals have traditionally had a fairly healthy image, despite the proliferation of relatively high-sugar products in some parts of the market. Three-quarters of the breakfast cereal launches recorded by Innova Market Insights over the 12 months to the end of October 2014 had a health positioning of some kind. This did vary regionally, however, rising to over 94% in Australia and falling to 64% in Asia.

Food Ingredients News23 January 2015

GNT Consolidates Innovation & R&D

23 Jan 2015 --- GNT, leading global provider of Colouring Foods, has restructured and consolidated its innovation and R&D teams.

Packaging & Technology News23 January 2015

Carlsberg to Develop Wood Fibre Bottle

23 Jan 2015 --- Carlsberg has announced a ground-breaking agreement to develop the world’s first fully biodegradable wood-fiber bottle for beverages.

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23 January 2015

article image The Novel Foods Approval of Chia Oil

After introducing in Europe the Chia Seed (Salvia hispanica L.) for its exceptional nutritional value, BENEXIA brings for the first time to the European market its Chia Oil, a very promising new product for the food and nutraceutical industry. BENEXIA products are produced by Functional Product Trading S.A. in Chile and exclusively distributed in Europe and Asia by Ingredia Nutritional.


15 January 2015

article image Creating Gluten Free Oat Ingredients

Glanbia’s new state-of-the-art “oats only” processing plant is the first such facility to be built in Ireland and has significant capacity to export products to the US and European consumer markets. Glanbia says the plant is "unique" in that it is able to process oat ingredients "to guarantee a certified gluten-free product."


05 January 2015

article image Finding the Sweet Spot in Formulations With Stevia

ViaTech stevia-based sweeteners are high performance ingredients that help food and beverage manufacturers achieve optimal taste and sweetness at higher usage levels. With ViaTech ingredients, achieving sugar reduction of 50% or more in challenging applications, like carbonated soft drinks, with great taste is now possible. With a sensible cost-in-use and supply, creating reduced and zero-calorie stevia-based sweetened products consumers will love has never been easier.


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