Growing interest in the science of sports performance has opened new market opportunities. Products catered to different kinds of exercise are now available, but scientific backing on their claims would be essential to gain customers’ confidence. By John Brewer, professor, University of Bedfordshire Read more...
Whether for athletes or less active people, isomaltulose, a ‘slow release’ carbohydrate, offers more sustained energy release and greater fat utilisation. With great concern over obesity in Southeast Asia, the ingredient may offer another viable solution. By Koen Van Praet, MD, Beneo Asia-Pacific Read more...
As one of the rapidly growing beverage segments in the world, competition within the energy drink market is becoming more intense. The addition of plant extracts into traditional formulas can provide the differentiating factor. By Anja Nabasik, editor, SternVitamin

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The demand for soya-based beverages has exploded in the last decade. Success in this growing market requires innovations across the entire production chain, from extraction to flavour profiles and packaging. By Kit Lai, director, Soya Knowledge Centre, Tetra Pak

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