10 Mar 2023
--- Neuroimaging has revealed a positive association between adherence to the MIND and Mediterranean diets and the reduction of tau tangles and amyloid plaques in the brain – the key signatures of Alzheimer’s disease.
08 Mar 2023
--- Symrise reports that it closed the 2022 fiscal year with another strong increase in sales and good profitability despite challenging economic conditions. A normalization in consumer behavior as the coronavirus pandemic... Read More
07 Mar 2023
--- The plant-based focused planetary health diet has significant dietary gaps in six essential micronutrients and contains large amounts of phytate – an anti-nutrient found in many plants. Researchers are now saying that... Read More
01 Mar 2023
--- Global food insecurity, climate change and resource inefficiency are big problems, but investors are betting on small businesses now more than ever to overcome them. Among an array of promising solutions, alternative... Read More
22 Feb 2023
--- As the war's first anniversary in Ukraine looms later this week, the Black Sea Grain initiative is up for renewal in March, sparking fresh debate on the next steps in this vital food supply shipping out key crops to... Read More
15 Feb 2023
--- When it comes to fortifying food products with fiber, formulators have stepped up the natural profile of the ingredients they use and are turning their focus to the fine print of how to label these nutrients and which branch... Read More
03 Feb 2023
--- For the tenth month in a row, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Food Price index – the benchmark index of food commodity prices – has dropped. The January decline was driven by drops in the price of... Read More
25 Jan 2023
--- The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued draft guidance for the baby food industry regarding lead in processed foods intended for infants, babies and children under the age of two. The guidance is meant to... Read More
23 Jan 2023
--- As war rages on in Ukraine, the FAO is ramping up funding to support the country’s food production and boost supply chains, including vital grain supplies. Farmland is also being cleared of dangerous mines and assessed... Read More
21 Dec 2022
--- In the wake of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, many consumers are beginning to feel the impact of war on the food chain. European shoppers are adapting their buying habits as they struggle with increasing prices and... Read More
14 Dec 2022
--- A new study to be published today in Environmental Health Perspectives, explores the relationship between pollination and healthy diets. Based in Boston, US, the researchers argue that inadequate pollination levels have... Read More
28 Nov 2022
--- Japanese beverage giant Suntory Group and UK-based malt supplier Muntons will collaborate on a joint exploration of how to reduce CO2 emissions of barley by 50% within the next five years.Also involved in the initiative are... Read More
17 Nov 2022
--- UK prices of staple foods such as milk, oil, eggs, pasta and cheese have surged on a month-to-month basis since October 2021 and are now at their most expensive, with no clear indication of when the price surge will abate or... Read More
02 Nov 2022
--- Russia has agreed to rejoin the Black Sea Grain Initiative just as world leaders were warning of major food insecurity wreaking havoc across developing countries. After initially pulling out of the Ukraine export deal,... Read More
12 Oct 2022
--- Innova Market Insights has identified “Redefining Value” as its top F&B trend for 2023, as consumers adapt to a global cost-of-living crisis in the face of economic and political volatility. With budgets... Read More
12 Oct 2022
--- Loryma launches Lory Starch Opal, a spray-on adhesive for seeds and other decorative food seasonings. The spray is made from pregelatinized wheat starch with a focus on solubility to ease its ability to be sprayed on. The... Read More
10 Oct 2022
--- As risks to food security continue to weigh down economies, authorities have turned to promoting caloric-dense rice as an alternative to inflation-impacted food staples. Furthermore, scientists are researching how to make... Read More
16 Sep 2022
--- Research published in Cell Metabolism funded by the Medical Research Council found that the same amount of calories were burned independent of at what time of day they were consumed. Eating a large breakfast was beneficial... Read More
08 Sep 2022
--- Danish-based Aliga Microalgae has acquired Duplaco, a Netherlands-based chlorella microalgae production facility. NutritionInsight speaks with David Erlandsson, co-founder at Aliga Microalgae, on how the food tech company... Read More
24 Aug 2022
--- Netherlands-based WholeFiber is introducing its prebiotic WholeFiber, touted as a super prebiotic fiber source that is natural and made from dried, minimally processed chicory root.