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24 Sep 2021
--- Dutch producer Duplaco is scaling up its chlorella capacity with sights set on becoming Europe’s largest algae producer. Increased production comes amid a barrage of supply and quality challenges from Southeast Asia,... Read More
24 Sep 2021
--- The Good Food Institute (GFI) is awarding US$5 million to boost research into alternative proteins – a “powerful and scalable climate solution” that lacks critical funding. New data from the non-profit... Read More
24 Sep 2021
--- GoodMills Innovation is launching texturates made from wheat, soy and peas, as part of its Vitatex brand. The texturates are ideal for the production of fish alternatives, as well as meat substitutes. From a sensory point of... Read More
23 Sep 2021
--- In the US, Bequest Coffee Roasters has developed a method of reducing packaging waste in the coffee supply chain, while preserving the freshness of single-origin beans. Speaking to PackagingInsights about the... Read More
23 Sep 2021
--- Considered one of the world’s most prominent and influential climate activists, Hollywood A-lister Leonardo DiCaprio has invested an undisclosed sum in cultivated meat start-ups Mosa Meat and Aleph Farms. He’s... Read More
23 Sep 2021
--- French premium chocolate manufacturer Valrhona and Koa Switzerland are tapping into the trend of using upcycled ingredients. The companies have co-created Oabika, a new cocoa fruit juice concentrate for chefs and gastronomy... Read More
22 Sep 2021
--- Blue Bottle Coffee, a global network of cafes in the US and Asia, has pledged to achieve carbon neutrality by 2024. This extends to the entire brand from coffee and ingredient sourcing to guest-use and end-of-life greenhouse... Read More
22 Sep 2021
--- Resveratrol taken from Japanese knotweed holds potential for replacing the nitrite preservative in cured meats such as bacon and sausages, according to a new UK study. Clean label alternatives are in high demand as... Read More
22 Sep 2021
--- Eight start-ups, from Japan to Estonia to Israel, have joined the ProVeg Incubator in a cohort with a narrowed focus on emerging food technologies and unique ingredients for the alternative-protein sector.
21 Sep 2021
--- Research published by the Blue Food Assessment (BFA) – an initiative spearheaded by more than 100 researchers from over 25 scientific institutions – ranks seafood more highly than terrestrial animal proteins in... Read More
21 Sep 2021
--- Nestlé Professional USA is partnering with the World Resources Institute (WRI) to bring more climate-friendly meals to consumers in foodservice settings. Cool Food Meals menu certification provides consumers a quick... Read More
21 Sep 2021
--- Social media is influencing consumer trends within the hot beverage category giving rise to cozy, “comfort” flavors that signal autumnal weather. FoodIngredientsFirst takes a closer look at the space, where among... Read More
20 Sep 2021
--- Unprecedented labor shortages in the UK over recent months have led to endemic food waste, as crops have been left to rot in the fields. As a result, British fruit and vegetable suppliers are planning to cut down their... Read More
20 Sep 2021
--- Arla Foods is examining how dairy farming can help improve soil biology, carbon capture, water quality and biodiversity via regenerative farming methods.The dairy cooperative will explore regenerative dairy farming practices... Read More
20 Sep 2021
--- Folic acid is on track to be added to UK flour to help prevent spinal birth defects in babies, the UK government is preparing to announce. It is estimated that the move will prevent up to 200 birth defects a year, but could... Read More
20 Sep 2021
--- Scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Leibniz Institute of Food Systems Biology (LSB) have developed a new methodology that quickly, easily and precisely quantifies the flavor profile of cocoa... Read More
17 Sep 2021
--- Stevia giant Sweegen has expanded its footprint into China by formulating premium low-calorie confectionery chocolate for the brand TeChoco. The move is in recognition of the Asia-Pacific chocolate market’s... Read More
17 Sep 2021
--- A team of researchers from Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Lithuania, and the University of Helsinki in Finland have proposed “an extremely nutritious meat analog” using fermented okara (soy press cake).... Read More
16 Sep 2021
--- Food-tech company Enough (formerly 3F BIO) has broken new ground on the construction of its “first of its kind” protein factory, targeted as the world’s largest non-animal protein farm to be built in 2022.... Read More
16 Sep 2021
--- From being a lifestyle choice for a small consumer segment, organic foodstuffs and functional products are growing in market share. This is according to Avril group subsidiary and French lecithin producer Novastell,... Read More
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