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26 Nov 2021
--- The salt content of plant-based meat products is “unnecessarily high,” with more than 75% of the products surveyed not meeting the UK government’s salt reduction targets. Lead study researcher Roberta... Read More
26 Nov 2021
--- Gelatex Technologies is making moves to scale and enhance the production of nanofibrous 3D scaffolding material that could be used to grow cell-cultured meat.
26 Nov 2021
--- Researchers have developed jelly-based ice cubes that do not melt, are compostable, antimicrobial and prevent cross-contamination in fresh food packaging. The inventors are touting the solution’s... Read More
26 Nov 2021
--- Growthwell Foods, a manufacturer of plant-based alternatives for meat and seafood for the Southeast Asian market, has launched an innovation, R&D and manufacturing center at JTC Foodhub Senoko, Singapore. It features... Read More
26 Nov 2021
--- This week in industry news, Impossible Foods secured US$500 million to boost retail growth and international expansion plans. Barry Callebaut’s global decoration brand, Mona Lisa, continued its geographical expansion... Read More
25 Nov 2021
--- Protein content and quality are fast becoming major drivers of consumers’ purchasing choices, according to the latest global research conducted by taste and nutrition specialist Kerry. And the company forecasts a... Read More
25 Nov 2021
--- Enzyme designer SternEnzym is facilitating the production of high-quality gluten-free wafers with its latest compound Sternzym GA 31077 GF. This improver makes this alternative option as stable and crispy as standard wafers.
25 Nov 2021
--- This Thanksgiving sees US consumers embrace category-bending NPD at all price points, from festive fast food offerings all the way through to gold-coated turkey. FoodIngredientsFirst also takes a closer look at the science... Read More
25 Nov 2021
--- A Virtual Flavour Day organized by the European Flavour Association (EFFA) has explored how taste and flavor can set the tone for Europe and drive more sustainable and conscious choices by enabling consumers to choose a... Read More
25 Nov 2021
--- General Mills has agreed to sell its European dough businesses to Cérélia, a global supplier of ready-to-bake dough solutions. The proposed transactions would include General Mills branded and private label... Read More
25 Nov 2021
--- Throughout the global COVID-19 pandemic, FoodIngredientsFirst is dedicated to bringing its readers all the latest and most relevant industry updates. Visit this news feed for the coronavirus-related information and insights... Read More
24 Nov 2021
--- Dutchfood tech company Mosa Meat believes it is important to acknowledge and address the recently voiced skepticism about cultivated meat’s commercial viability. The company says that critical review is an essential... Read More
24 Nov 2021
--- Kingdom Supercultures, a biodesign food tech start-up claims to have the next-generation of “supercultures” that make plant-based milk and cheeses taste like their organic counterparts.
24 Nov 2021
--- Diverse and well-connected agri-food systems are better equipped to absorb sudden shocks like COVID-19 and secure food supply. This is according to the State of Food and Agriculture report (SOFA) by the UN’s Food and... Read More
24 Nov 2021
--- As the European Parliament finally signs off on its new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) – which channels €270 billion (US$303.2 billion) in aid directly to EU farmers – critics are saying the new farming... Read More
24 Nov 2021
--- Global peanut production is expected to amount to 50.5 million metric tons for the 2022 financial year, up 2% from 2021, according to the newly released Global Statistical Review of the International Nut and Dried Fruit... Read More
24 Nov 2021
--- Increasingly, global consumers are looking to reduce consumption of certain ingredients that they perceive to have adverse effects on their health or the planet’s health. In fact, the environmental impacts of food are... Read More
23 Nov 2021
--- The Japanese government is introducing new labeling legislation for plant-based food packaging amid efforts to ease restrictions and increase consumer transparency. In a press conference, government minister Taro Kono... Read More
23 Nov 2021
--- UK retailers are demanding more time and clarity before the government’s laws to restrict where they can sell foods deemed high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) in their shops come into force. A recent survey by artificial... Read More
23 Nov 2021
--- Rijk Zwaan is showcasing the quintessential Asian flavor of cucumber to the European palette with Wokcue, a hybrid cultivar cucumber ideal for stir-frying. The Dutch vegetable breeding company has developed this new cucumber... Read More
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