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Novozymes A/S

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Novozymes A/S
Krogshoejvej 36
Bagsvaerd
2880
Denmark
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Novozymes is the world leader in bioinnovation. Together with customers across a broad array of industries, we create tomorrow’s industrial biosolutions, improving our customers' business and the use of our planet's resources.

With over 700 products used in 130 countries, Novozymes’ bioinnovations improve industrial performance and safeguard the world’s resources by offering superior and sustainable solutions for tomorrow’s ever-changing marketplace.

Novozymes’ natural solutions enhance and promote everything, from removing trans fats in food to advancing biofuels to power the world tomorrow. Our never-ending exploration of nature’s potential is evidenced by over 6,000 patents, showing what is possible when nature and technology join forces.

Our 6,000+ employees working in research, production, and sales around the world are committed to shaping business today and our world tomorrow.

Novozymes is quoted on NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen A/S.

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With Novozymes’ food solutions, you get reliable quality you can count on. Our effective and natural solutions help prepare your business for tomorrow’s demands.

  • Reduce acrylamide across a wide range of foods with Novozymes Acrylaway®
  • Enable dairy products to be enjoyed by a wider consumer base with
    Novozymes Lactozym® Pure
  • Ensure extended freshkeeping and superior crumb softness in bread with Novozymes Novamyl®
  • Create valuable meat protein extract from your co-products with
    Novozymes Protamex® and Novozymes Flavourzyme®
  • Enhance the production of healthy, oat-based beverages with Novozymes AMG® and Novozymes BAN®
  • Learn how Novozymes Lipopan® is great for your dough and great for your profit!



Articles On Food Ingredients First
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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

21st.Bio’s pilot facility poised to accelerate bioproduction and “change pace” of food innovation

07 May 2024 --- Bioproduction company 21st.Bio has unveiled a new pilot plant facility in its Danish headquarters, designed to support companies in upscaling bioproduction. Combining industrially... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

21st.Bio CEO touts precision fermentation for boosting dairy and protein development

09 Apr 2024 --- The global demand for proteins is projected to double by 2050, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. However, not all proteins are created... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

GoodMills Innovation cuts bakery dust and mold with “release flour” innovation

03 Apr 2024 --- German ingredient formulator GoodMills Innovation has unveiled its range of Tip-Top Ultra Clean release flours that reduce the fine dust produced in bakery facilities by 80%... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

UK supermarkets join forces to call for mandatory reporting on food waste

20 Mar 2024 --- British retail giants Tesco, Aldi, Lidl and Sainsbury’s are advocating for urgent government action on food waste through compulsory public food waste reporting in an... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

21st.Bio launches precision fermentation platform for sustainable large-scale dairy protein production

02 Feb 2024 --- Bioproduction company 21st.Bio is granting access to its precision fermentation technology platform to ingredient manufacturers enabling the production of dairy proteins. The new... Read More




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The rising potential for sorghum beers

12 Dec 2018 --- Many developing countries are keen to use locally-grown grains for brewing instead of importing raw materials. In Sub Saharan Africa and in Latin America, affordably-priced beers made from local grains that trace their ancestry to ancient kings are particularly popular. Brewing with local grains also supports nearby farmers and the local economy. But it’s can be a challenge for brewers to optimize these grains in order to deliver a consistent product to consumers. That’s where enzyme products come in. Romeo Markovic of Novozymes discusses the rising potential for sorghum beers and the role for enzymes in this.

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The Sustainability Advantage of Enzymes

12 Dec 2016 --- Claudio Visigalli of Novozymes discusses the sustainability advantage of enzymes. "Novozymes is one of the leading companies on sustainability. We give sustainability a very high ranking and are partnering with our customers to bring quality and sustainability on different levels."

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Enzyme Solution to Address Acrylamide in Cereals

26 Nov 2013 --- Novozymes has announced the launch of Acrylaway HighT, the first thermostable solution that reduces acrylamide levels in breakfast cereals and other food products that are typically processed at very high temperatures.

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Finding Hidden Opportunities in Brewing Efficiency

30 Sep 2013 --- Novozymes presented its new online Brewing Calculator, which allows companies to increase brewing capacity, explore new brand opportunities or get more out of raw materials. Optimization could include a greater focus on locally available raw materials, as pointed out on a map of the world, identifying dominant local grains.

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Meeting Consumer Demands for Fresh and Natural Bakery Products

15 Dec 2011 --- Fokke Van Den Berg of Novozymes on Meeting Consumer Demands for Fresh and Natural Bakery Products.




Technical Papers
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Improving the nutritional profile of dairy products via lactose conversion

26 Oct 2020 --- With consumers more acutely aware of the health benefits of dietary fibers, they are seeking various ways to include them in their diet.  This Novozymes technical paper presents an easy-to-implement innovation called Saphera ® Fiber, which converts lactose to dietary fiber and simultaneously reduces sugar without affecting sweetness in dairy products.




Podcasts
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NewsBite Podcast (Jan 04 - 08): Novozymes enzyme offers “better tasting” high protein beverages

08 Jan 2021 --- This week, FoodIngredientsFirst spoke with Novozymes who discussed its latest enzyme solution for “better tasting” high protein beverages. New Wave Foods completed a US$18 million Series A round to finance the rollout of plant-based shrimp and Mondelez acquired the rest of Hu Master Holdings.

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WEEKLY PODCAST: “The Biggest Pasta Maker in the World, Barilla, is Planning a $1.9bn Bid for Popular Cereal Brand Weetabix”

30 Jan 2017 --- The biggest pasta maker in the world, Barilla, is planning a $1.9bn bid for one of the UK’s most popular cereal brands Weetabix. Weetabix, which is the UK’s second biggest cereal brand, has been courted by a number of suitors since its Chinese owner Bright Food put the brand up for sale last year. Barilla, a 140-year-old Italian family pasta business, is thought to be one of a number of bidders for Weetabix, which also includes the food brands Alpen and Weetos. Other companies mentioned are Unilever, DuPont and Lonza.

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WEEKLY PODCAST: "Mondelez International is Selling Vegemite to Australian Dairy Company Bega Cheese for $347m"

23 Jan 2017 --- Mondelez International is selling Vegemite and most of its other grocery brands in Australia and New Zealand to Australian dairy company Bega Cheese for $347m. Vegemite, a food spread made from leftover brewers’ yeast extract which is revered by its fans, is returning to the country where it was founded over ninety years ago. Other companies mentioned are Emmi, Givaudan, Arla, Novozymes and The Hain Celestial Group. 

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WEEKLY PODCAST: Thailand's CP Foods is Continuing its Overseas Expansion by Acquiring US Frozen Food Business Bellisio Parent

21 Nov 2016 --- Thailand's CP Foods is continuing its overseas expansion by acquiring US frozen food business Bellisio Parent for $1.08bn. CP Foods is owned by Dhanin Chearavanont, Thailand’s richest man estimated to be worth $9bn, who is looking to make CP Foods a global player and expand its food operation beyond Thailand. Other companies mentioed are Tesco, Organic Valley and Greencore. 




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