Taiyo’s whole green coffee helps to reduce and stabilise blood glucose levels and can act as an appetite suppressant. The powder contains caffeine and a wide variety of other valuable coffee bean components, such as chloro¬genic acids, antioxidants, minerals and dietary fibres.

The ingredient delivers sustained caffeine release and offers a continuous supply of caffeine for a period of six to eight hours, without the associated side-effects of jitters or rapid heartbeat. It can be used on a variety of food formulations—such as breakfast cereals, beverages, and dietary supplements such as protein powders and capsules.

The ingredient is vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO, and can be labelled as ‘natural’ and ‘gentle’ on energy products.

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

Coffee manufacturers can now add another health benefit to daily coffee consumption, due to the ingredient’s antioxidant properties.

The Vana-Cappa portfolio of dairy solutions by FrieslandCampina are dairy-based foaming creamers that can be used for single-serve coffee capsules and pods.

Covering applications such as for cappuccino, café au lait, latte macchiato, cortado and espresso macchiato, this range caters to the gradually changing consumer preferences for milk-based single-serve coffee over black coffee.

The solutions come in a powdered form in capsules, offering solubility while enhancing the overall taste and sensory experience. They also contain high bulk density to allow for a higher amount of milk, good foam performance, whitening, foam height and perfect layering (for applications such as latte macchiato) at the end-application.

Mongibello’s new line of functional coffees containing NutraT are ready-to-use soluble powder formulas that dissolve easily in water, soft drinks and dairy products.

Their high solubility ensures the finished beverage stays clear without turbidity whilst delivering a fresh taste. With these, drink manufacturers can fortify their products with natural extracts that are typically not water-soluble. It is formulated without preservatives or synthetic collars enabling clean-label claims, and is also certified kosher and halal.

There are four different types of coffee in the line: Detox—coffee containing CynaxT artichoke extract; Cardio, with OliveT olive extract; Relax with RosT, a lemon balm extract; and Mental, with Ginseng EFLA 913, a ginseng extract.

The global coffee industry has been experiencing a healthy growth, with Asia playing a huge role in its expansion. Consumers are developing their tastes and appreciating coffee more. Lavazza, an Italian coffee manufacturer, has seized the opportunity in catering to changing consumer tastes in coffee in the Asia Pacific region. Andrea Marino, marketing director, international markets at Lavazza, shares more.

Three of the five fastest rising retail coffee markets are in Asia, with Indonesia leading the market at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19.6 percent over the last five years.

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

Researchers have developed a test that accurately detects unwanted fillers and impurities in coffee. 

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