The SATIN (SATiety INnovation) project aims to develop new satiety-enhancing food products that can help manage energy intake and weight control.
research | 27 September 2013
Together with its partners, Mondelēz International aims to develop a long-term, high-quality supply of Indonesian cocoa and strengthen the country’s position as a leading producer of sustainable cocoa.
research | 23 September 2013
This year’s survey sees a significant rise in the attitude towards renewable materials among food industry stakeholders, driven by the recent development of new technologies.
research | 19 September 2013
Technologies like crop genomics and precision agriculture will help surmount challenges from climate change, falling yield growth, and growing demand, according to Lux Research.
research | 30 July 2013
Vitafoods Asia 2013 boasts its highest exhibitor numbers to date and an action-packed seminar programme.
research | 18 June 2013
The global nutraceuticals market is estimated to have a growth rate of 6.6% during the forecasted period in protein and peptides segment of the dietary supplement market.
research | 31 May 2013
Multisorb Technologies will be featuring its active packaging solutions for meals, ready-to-eat (MREs) and other food and beverage products.
research | 10 May 2013
Significant advantages offered by lysine over alternatives such as soybean are also expected to result in a positive shift towards consumption over the next five years.
research | 08 May 2013
The new high fructan barley, a culmination of five years of work by CSIRO, can be used as flakes or wholegrain flour in a wide range of products including bread, cakes, biscuits, crackers, health-bars, ramen, and breakfast cereals.
research | 12 April 2013
For the first time in 2011, the value of natural colours have overtaken that of artificial/synthetic colours globally.
research | 01 March 2013