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    17 March 2017
    Founded in 1998, Nactis Flavours is specialised in the production of aromatic raw materials, flavours, aromatic and functional ingredients for industrial operators, including the food and pharmaceutical sectors, as well as small-scale food producers and the catering trade. Gerard Trivier tells FoodIngredientsFirst: "The new Sevarome range are made using natural flavors, with leaves and flower notes and we also have some new organic prodcuts. There is a big trend towards floral flavors, and vanilla."

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Food Ingredients News 13 February 2019

Snacking innovation: Almonds thrive amid calls for healthier options

13 Feb 2019 --- Consumer demand for better‐for‐you snack products is driving the growing global interest in almonds and almond ingredients, as product formulators strive to attract the increasingly health-conscious public. Consumers are pivoting towards simple, unprocessed, clean label foods and many are looking for healthier snacking options.

Business News 13 February 2019

Ingredients consolidation: Appetite for adjacent and natural expansion still strong, says M&A practitioner

13 Feb 2019 --- M&A activity in adjacent non-traditional areas, as well as forays into natural raw materials are set to continue to top the food ingredients mergers scene, should favorable market dynamics remain. This is according to Tim Larsen, Managing Director in Houlihan Lokey’s Consumer, Food & Retail Group, who notes that a new world exists where every plant or botanical is a potential source of taste nutrition and function.

Regulatory News 08 February 2019

Organic green light for red colors: IFF’s Frutarom Division secures certification for annatto extracts

08 Feb 2019 --- Frutarom Natural Solutions Ltd., a division of International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. (IFF), has received organic certification for its natural annatto color. The ingredient was granted organic certifications from both the US Department of Agriculture and The European Organic Certifiers Council. The move comes amid rising consumer demand for fairtrade, sustainable and organic products.

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09 January 2019

Fresh fruit and vegetable ingredients for a range of applications

Paula Ingredients presented their fruit and vegetable powers at HiE in Frankfurt at the end of last year. Speaking to FoodIngredientsFirst, Katarzyna Magiera says: “Our portfolio is quite big, we have dried fruit and vegetable powder and pieces, which are totally natural products. We try to base our ingredients on fresh, raw materials and then we dry them, thanks to our advanced technology. The final product keeps the color and structure and when you compare the final product with the raw material they are very similar. They are all natural without any preservatives and can be used in any application, including ice cream, confectionery and bakery. Legumes are becoming more popular, chickpeas, for examples, can be used as snack ingredients and as additional ingredients and they fit with the plant-based and clean label trends.”

07 January 2019

50:50 hybrid plant and animal-based protein applications

Making 50/50 so-called “hybrid” products could mean a big step towards more plant-based proteins in our diet, without noticing any difference. Meatless products can be used in any processed product, like chicken nuggets, sausages, meatballs or ready-made meals. Though vegetarian sales are growing healthily, a combination of plant- and meat-based proteins could boost a transition towards more plant-based protein in our diet in a big way, in addition to fully vegetarian options, according to the company. Speaking to FoodIngredientsFirst, Meatless CEO, Jos Hugense explains: “We have four principal varieties; wheat, fava beans, lupin and rice. We use whole natural foods only and the products are clean label and GMO-free. The rice variety is hypoallergenic and organic is available for all four raw materials.”

30 November 2018

Andean superfood status and natural ingredients from Latin America

Andean Grain specializes in grains and superfoods from Latin America. The sub-tropical climate in these regions boost growth and agriculture for the continent and according to Cristian Miguens, these ingredients cannot be harvested in the same way in any other places in the world. The company has good exports relationships globally, they test their ingredients and market their ingredients for various food applications, in the alternative vegetarian protein space. The company also offer organic, non-GMO and clean label ingredients, Miguens tells FoodIngredientsFirst.

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05 December 2018

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Innova Market Insights releases its Top Ten Trends for 2019, using its ongoing analyses of global developments in food and drink launch activity to highlight the trends most likely to impact the food and drinks industry over the coming year and beyond. In addition to the Top Ten Trends identified for 2019, key themes from previous years, including mindful consumption, clean label, protein content, sugar reduction and plant-based options will also continue to feature strongly.

22 November 2017

article image Top Ten Trends 2018

Innova Market Insights releases its top ten trends for 2018, using its ongoing analyses of global developments in food and drinks launch activity to highlight the trends most likely to impact the food and drinks industry over the coming year and beyond. In addition to the ten trends identified for 2018, key themes from previous years, including clean label, free from, protein content, sugar reduction, gut health and plant-based options will also continue to feature strongly.

10 November 2017

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This industry webinar looks to the future of healthy eating and the impact on the food industry. See why cleaner labels may just be part of a solution for an expanded consumer definition of health, and why nutrition, social and environmental responsibility will be key to successfully meet long-term consumer needs for healthy food.

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