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Food Ingredients News 22 January 2018

Bell Flavors highlights botanical extracts as a key theme for 2018

22 Jan 2018 --- The rapid shift towards more natural and organic products is expected to drive the global level market growth of botanical extracts, according to Bell Flavors and Fragrances. The usage of botanical extracts in food and beverage products offers great taste as well as natural flavor, together with enhanced organoleptic characteristics and improved nutritional value – underlining its growing presence in the market.

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Veripan launches major sourdough breakthrough

22 Jan 2018 --- Swiss food specialist, Veripan has announced a major breakthrough in sourdough development with biopreservative Panatura Protect. For the first time in history, bakers can use an “all-in-one” solution for long shelf-life bakery products. Most of all it is completely natural: no chemical preservatives, no dough conditioners and no undesirable off-flavors.

Food Ingredients News 22 January 2018

Could there be relaxed rules for gene-editing?

22 Jan 2018 --- The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has given the first indication of how it will classify foods and crops derived from new genetic engineering techniques which should largely be exempt from EU laws. However, individual countries can step in to regulate them if they wish.

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18 January 2018

article image 360-degree food solutions and innovative fruit ingredients – Bösch Boden Spies

Clean Label, snackification, child-friendly products, and seeds are current trends in the food industry that are likely to become even more important in the future. Ingredient specialist Bösch Boden Spies has investigated these trends and presented suitable application solutions based on natural fruit and nut ingredients at FiE 2017. FoodIngredientsFirst spoke with General Manager Michael Rund about the company's unique strengths in providing innovative fruit concepts to the market.


16 January 2018

article image The role for peanuts amid the protein boom - Golden Peanut Company

There is a major trend toward high-protein products and the Golden Peanut Company has created potential for peanut protein. “We make and market a full line of peanut flours which are high in protein, ranging from 40-50 percent,” says Bruce Kotz. “They’re plant based, they’re all natural and very stable. They’re kosher, GMO-free and halal. It’s the perfect ingredient should you want to enhance protein in foods such as nutritional bars and confections.” Suitable applications include seasonings and snack flavorings. All the company’s peanut flours are roasted in order to give natural flavor along with natural protein enhancement.
 


12 January 2018

article image Fruit concepts with sugar-reducing benefits – Taura Natural Ingredients

Taura Natural Ingredients is launching a number of new products which have sugar-reducing benefits on its three “axes of innovation.” Taura considers itself the no. 1 worldwide in concentrated fruit and would like to bring fruit to where it has not been before. The first innovation is tastes from around the world. “We actually allow you have a journey around the world with different taste sensations,” says Peter Forceville. The second innovation is to do with more natural, clean labels with fewer ingredients, and the third is “Taura as a vehicle” – using Taura as a carrier for other products such as supplements.
 


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20 September 2017

article image Understanding Consumer Lifestyles: Plant power and Active Nutrition

Innova Market Insights presents a short introduction to the content to be presented at this year’s Anuga Trend Zone, where the focus will be on tomorrow’s “choosier consumer” and the products to address their demands. Key trends discussed in this webinar include plant-based potential and active nutrition.


16 June 2017

article image Active Nutrition & More

Sports nutrition continues to move towards mainstream food & beverages. New platforms emerge as performance nutrition products tackle specific consumers’ needs according to their age, gender and lifestyle. Active Nutrition will be just one of the three key themes that Innova Market Insights will present at a pre-IFT webinar. Other issues discussed are: Top Ten Trends 2017 and Plant Powered Growth.


09 June 2017

article image Plant Proteins – Overcoming Inherent Hurdles

This webinar that looks to the future of plant-based proteins and meat alternatives including the marketplace, consumer insights, nutrition benefits, sourcing and suitability, and how nutrition and food science can work together to improve the nutritional profile of plant protein products and solve application challenges.


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