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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.
09 Aug 2022
--- With Sri Lanka on the verge of economic collapse, organizations are issuing warnings over malnutrition fears across the country, as inflation levels reach record highs. Simultaneously, flooding across Bangladesh has ignited... Read More
05 Aug 2022
--- Integrating quinoa as part of a regular diet may prevent the development of Type II diabetes because it helps control glucose changes, according to a study coming out of Spain. And, it could also have some positive effects... Read More
01 Aug 2022
--- The Razoni, a merchant ship under Sierra Leone’s flag, has sailed from Odessa this morning carrying 26,000 metric tons of corn, according to the UN. The ship is navigating following the lead of a Ukraine authorities... Read More
27 Jul 2022
--- Morrisons is opening a “lower environmental impact store” in Little Clacton, UK. The store will use 43% less carbon, stock 366 loose products and be almost waste-free by using less packaging and enabling... Read More
05 Jul 2022
--- Kellogg’s UK has lost a battle against a new national health policy that bans the promotion of sugary cereals, such as through “buy one, get one free” deals. The company – whose brands include Corn... Read More
04 Jul 2022
--- With all eyes on soybean stocks amid market volatility exacerbated by inflation and the Russian war with Ukraine, the US Soybean Export Council (USSEC) analysts have claimed record crops can be expected, bringing much-needed... Read More
27 Jun 2022
--- The UK prime minister is calling on national leaders at the G7 summit today to open pathways for releasing essential food supplies out of Ukraine, as Putin's blockade is not just accelerating international food prices... Read More
17 Jun 2022
--- Symrise has achieved a gold level certification by SAI Platform’s Farm Sustainability Assessment (FSA) for sustainably sourcing hibiscus. The company claims to be the first in the industry to receive the recognition.... Read More
06 Jun 2022
--- A team of international researchers has received a US$750,000 to develop and test portable, rapid biosensors capable of detecting noroviruses and mycotoxins in foods and agricultural products.
24 May 2022
--- Current supply chain issues in the food industry have given sustainable food tech company Hyfé Foods the impetus to scale its business of valorizing wasted sugar water from F&B manufacturers into feedstock to... Read More
23 May 2022
--- Researchers have managed to sequence the entire genome of oats – signaling opportunities for breeding new varieties that are drought and heat resistant, as well as high yielding. This new discovery is anticipated to... Read More
09 May 2022
--- The UK is showing recovery from supply chain and COVID-19 pandemic-related obstacles by expanding to non-EU international markets. According to the Food & Drink Federation (FDF), companies are taking advantage of the... Read More
04 May 2022
--- As the war in Ukraine rages on, major Western companies are coming under increasing scrutiny for continuing business dealings with Russia despite the raising of sanctions and divestments by governments and industry... Read More
15 Apr 2022
--- EU officials are working with the UN’s World Food Programme (WFP) to counter the growing impact of ingredient and fertilizer shortages in vulnerable areas like the MENA region and Balkans – something blamed on... Read More
12 Apr 2022
--- Ingredients specialist Loryma has expanded its range of functional extrudates that optimize the nutritional values and mouthfeel of sports nutrition, snack and convenience applications.
08 Apr 2022
--- Food ingredient prices are predicted to continue rising globally throughout 2022, with many experts warning of knock-on consequences of famine, political turmoil, social unrest and economic recession. The Russian invasion of... Read More
17 Mar 2022
--- The plant-based market has transitioned from trend to full-blown food revolution, with grains and cereals taking a prominent position in the development of plant-based food and beverages. Glanbia Ireland, while known for... Read More
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