Beverage processors are increasingly using ‘pigging’ to improve yields, reduce waste and help environmental sustainability. Peter Elgar, group marketing manager, HPS product recovery solutions, explains what this is and what to consider in designing such a system.

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‘Probiotic’ products are everywhere, but not all consumers know exactly what they are or how they benefit health. The addition of probiotics to products can provide beverage manufacturers with unique opportunities. By Lisa Flower, marketing manager ANZ, Chr. Hansen

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In any business, it is vital to use the most efficient equipment and upgrades should have as little downtime as possible. Carola-Ribeauville was helped by Gebo Cermex to achieve this. By Jean-Marc Passemard, external communication manager, Gebo Cermex

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Sports nutrition consumers want fast-acting proteins in a format that’s right for them. The latest generation of whey hydrolysates offers the perfect solution. By Peter Schouw Andersen, head of science & sales development at Arla foods ingredients

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With origins dating back to china more than 300 years ago, monk fruit is fast gaining traction as a natural sweetener in the us. As more asian consumers are becoming more health-conscious too, beverage manufacturers can take advantage of this sweetener to reduce sugar content. By David Thorrold, general manager sales and marketing, Monk Fruit Corporation

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Consumers today are increasingly seeking functional foods and beverages for sustaining their energy on-the-go. Manufacturers can meet this demand and appeal to them with products including protein and fibre. By Sarah Lim, senior marketing manager, ADM

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With consumers becoming more active today, sports beverages are consequently becoming more popular. Beverage manufacturers are using innovative natural ingredients in sports drinks to give their products an extra edge. By Ieva Jurevičienė, head of NPD department, MyDrink Beverages

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Millennials are an influential generation, driving the demands for high-quality and natural harder than other age populations. With competitive beverage products like fruit juice, how can manufacturers increase their appeal to such consumers? Wayne Lutomski, vice president International & Welch’s Global Ingredients Group, discusses with the example of Chinese consumers.

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With the Catalan government’s urgent call to help save the cacaolat, two companies have stepped up to revive the brand and much more through technological transformation. By Martin Popp, Krones

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Various consumer categories exist: children, elderly, men, women… with the growing ageing population especially today, food and beverage manufacturers would do well to cater products specially for them. By Sheila Heath, director, Crown Closures North America

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