Progress in Artificial Meat Creation

 20 Oct 2015

Speaking to FoodIngredientsFirst after a press conference that preceded the 1st International Symposium on Cultured Meat, Prof. Mark Post of Maastricht University revealed the launch of a new company to initially be called MosaMeat, which will be founded at the university. “We target that within 5 years we will have a product on the market that is both approved and the result of large-scale production. We think that we can have that scale in place in 1-2 years and then have that regulatory approval, so that we can have the first product on the market in 4-5 years.”

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14 Oct 2019 | GNT

Artificial food colorings remain under heavy scrutiny by label-conscious consumers, which propels brands such as GNT’s Exberry range of natural “Coloring Foods” into the spotlight. Comprising minimally processed food grade pigments sourced from freshly harvested crops, Exberry responds to the coloring needs... Read More

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10 Oct 2019 | Döhler

Nadine Salhani of Doehler highlights at Anuga 2019 some of the key sub-trends within the wider plant-based movement, such as naturalness, clean-label, plus-minus claims and functionality. Regarding customer demand, the volume is low compared to dairy, but the CAGR is growing in double-digits. In some... Read More

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09 Oct 2019 | ADM Wild

ADM Wild’s heaving booth was exhibiting solutions for a range of market categories, ranging from the meat-free trend to sugar-reduction in beverages. Speaking to FoodIngredientsFirst, Jochen Heininger spotlighted the growth of the plant-based market, and how customer requests in this domain have seen... Read More

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23 Sep 2019 | ADM WIld

ADM is your problem-solving partner and can support you all the way from plant to plate. As an industry leader, we offer the most extensive, innovative and on-trend ingredient solutions and systems to help you provide consumer-preferred experiences. We have the technology and the know-how to be your trusted... Read More

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19 Aug 2019 | TIC Gums

Whether you need to reduce astringency, enhance mouthfeel or minimize the awareness of particulates, TIC Gums has the solution for you to address your unique beverage formulating challenges and ensure successful instant beverage development.

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15 Aug 2019 | Corteva Agriscience

Corteva Agriscience, a newly formed entity that was based on the agricultural division of DowDupont that has now been spun out on June 1, 2019. The company used IFT 2019 to show how food and agriculture all connects. Trevor Jones at the company notes that it has a strongly developed oils portfolio, including... Read More

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15 Aug 2019 | Cargill

Cargill has expanded its SimPure line with the introduction of a new waxy corn-based starch. “The SimPure line is being launched to replace modified starches in the clean label space, while still offering a richer thicker texture that native starches cannot. Last year, we launched a potato-based line for... Read More

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07 Aug 2019 | Layn USA

A new line of cannabidiol (CBD) ingredients by Guilin Layn Natural Ingredients Corp. (“Layn”), a global producer best known for its plant-based sweeteners, debuted at the IFT19 Food Expo in New Orleans. The company has invested an estimated US$60 million in a new US-based CBD manufacturing facility, expected... Read More

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02 Aug 2019 | Cosucra

Cosucra continues to strengthen its position in the North American market through their pea protein expansion. At IFT 2019, the company presented a vegetarian plant-based muffuletta slider [a New Orleans classic] containing their Swelite, Pisane M9 and Swelite ingredients as a system. A dairy alternative... Read More

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30 Jul 2019 | Agrana

Agrana presented several concepts featuring oat milk, including a cold brew with an oat milk base, a cinnamon toast cereal and a protein enriched plant-based dairy alternatives, with pea-based, hemp-based solutions. “We are really seeing a lot of movement into oat because of how close it is to milk. If you... Read More

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29 Jul 2019 | Prova

Prova has expanded its flavor masking platform to mask offnotes in hemp-based proteins. The move follow initial work in the pea protein arena, which is now being taken to market. Powder form and organic compliant options are now available for pea protein masking options. “We did an extensive work on pea... Read More

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25 Jul 2019 | The US Dairy Export Council

The US Dairy Export Council (USDEC) showcased how US dairy ingredients can deliver benefits that both food companies and consumers are seeking via innovative prototypes. The aim was to show formulators that with US dairy ingredients, they have the tools to provide consumers with high-quality nutrition... Read More

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18 Jul 2019 | The Ice Crime Factory

Tapping into the demand for sugar-free indulgence and cleaner labels, Belgian-based start-up The Ice Crime Factory was exhibiting its range of sugar-free ice creams at the PLMA show in Amsterdam. Available in vanilla, salted caramel and chocolate, the ice creams are naturally flavored with stevia but still... Read More

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16 Jul 2019 | CP Kelco

CP Kelco notes that there is a major trend towards protein fortification, but this presents new technical challenges for product developers. “One of the key trends that we see happening right now relates to alternative proteins beyond soy, including pulse, oat and potato. So one of the issues relating to... Read More

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11 Jul 2019 | Sweet Green Fields

Sweet Green Fields (SGF), one of the largest global, fully integrated stevia ingredient companies, has launched the new stevia-based natural flavor. The ingredient is aimed at helping North American food and beverage manufacturers keep the sweet taste, mouthfeel and flavor of sugar when reducing most or all... Read More

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08 Jul 2019 | Chr Hansen

Chr. Hansen scored an innovation prize at the IFT 2019 Food Expo. The company’s FruitMax reds are based on the Hansen sweet potato and are claimed to “deliver a red like no other.” They are minimally processed, bright, beautiful and stable plus 100 percent plant-based with no off-taste, which is often... Read More

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03 Jul 2019 | Palsgaard

Inventor of the modern plant-based emulsifier Palsgaard has cemented its position as an “early mover” on the carbon production front. The Danish company has achieved its aim of total carbon-neutral production two years prior to its 2020 goal, describing the achievement as a “milestone for the whole... Read More

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