Water is one of the basic necessities for humanity’s survival. Fresh water suitable for human consumption is estimated to make up only 0.01 percent of the world’s total water resources. Many communities struggle to find fresh water due to an ever increasing global population, the rise of emerging and developing countries and climate change. However, there may just be a sustainable, yet health beneficial source of water that can provide food and beverage manufacturers an untapped source of revenue. By Jane Rochstad-Lim

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All over the world, the interest of the consumers for healthy food, like fermented products, is increasing due to the growing number of people affected by diseases related to an inadequate diet and sedentary lifestyle. In this regard, the development of functional foods and beverages, rich in antioxidants and with enhanced nutritional properties, is a major goal for the food industry. By Ana M. Gil Rodríguez and Teresa Requena, Institute of Research in Food Science and Technology CIAL (CSIC-UAM).

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Coffee is enjoyed by many around the world, so what can coffee companies and consumers do to ensure the sustainability of coffee? By Hazel Chan

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Glucoraphanin found in broccoli is a super anti-oxidant, but how can one benefit from it if one does not like or cannot eat broccoli? By Tony Talalay, CEO and co-founder of Brassica Protection Products

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Capping is important in ensuring product quality, stability and freshness. However, not many are aware of the crucial role that torque testing plays and factors which affect the overall accuracy. By Gabro Szakacs, product manager, Mesa Laboratories

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Increasingly health conscious consumers have led to a sharp growth in the clean label trends. Beverage manufacturers who would like to leverage on the use of natural colours have to consider the effects on colour, taste and sensorial quality. By Campbell Cooper, GM, Kleurcraft

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The demand for liquid dairy products has been growing, especially in developing markets. The conversion towards plastic bottles can create a more convenient consumer experience without compromising on product integrity. By Max Duclot, zone senior aseptic specialist & senior dairy officer, Sidel

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Soy beverages have been a prominent part of the Asian diet for many centuries and are becoming increasingly popular in other parts of the world as well. Success of a soy drink product depends on its homogeneity during its shelf-life, which can be achieved with the right emulsifier and stabiliser combination. By Khoreen New, senior application technologist for Dairy, Ice cream and Soy, Palsgaard Asia-Pacific

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Sports nutrition is a growing market driven by consumers looking to support personal health and wellbeing. Beverages enhanced with protein is becoming more popular, but finding the right protein product can be challenging, especially without sacrificing taste and mouthfeel. By Steve Mott, technical director, Proteins, ADM

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Advances in technology allow chilled dairy drinks manufacturers to consider a wide variety of options for their bottles. From raw materials to packaging lines, there are different possibilities to help companies achieve their business objectives. By Fabienne cheriaux, marketing manager, Serac.

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