Building on an existing partnership with UMCG, the company will determine how nutrient status is connected to phenotypes.

Asia’s ageing population and wide socioeconomic disparities have created a wide range of health concerns for its people. Latest developments and trends suggest that nutritional science and healthy ageing can be promoted through diets. By Sarah De Quadros, marketing manager, and Satya S Jonnalagadda, director of global nutrition, Kerry 

By 2020, there will be a billion elderly people in the world. With the huge financial burden incurred by chronic diseases, people are shifting their focus towards disease prevention. Nutrient premixes offer a good solution, but flavours cannot be compromised. By Russ Hazen, premix innovation Manager, Fortitech Premixes

The Asia Pacific region is marked by a growing middle class and greater health consciousness among consumers, which together, will give rise to opportunities in the areas of convenience food, functional food, automation and corporate social responsibility. By Sherlyne Yong

Ageing causes dramatic increase in body fat and decrease in muscle mass. Research has shown that vitamin D and omega 3 from fatty fish can help increase muscle strength and functional abilities. By Stuart Gray, University of Aberdeen

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