Exploring Additive Options In Baking

Healthy lifestyles continue to drive free-from diets, creating ever greater demand for “cleaner” and healthier products, especially in segments such as gluten-free sweet bakery products,…

Yes, No, Maybe: The Question Of Plant Waters

As consumers seek healthier choices in their diets, the popularity of sugared, fizzy drinks has been on a steady decline, and plant waters have piqued…

Helping Heart Health With A Weekly Meat-Free Day

As a result of an increased awareness of the benefits of adopting meat-free lifestyles, many people are looking for food options that allow them to…

Supporting Cardiovascular Health With Astaxanthin

As we live longer, new strategies to support a healthy lifestyle will become increasingly important, says Tryggvi Stefánsson, Ph.D.—Science Manager at Algalif. Cardiovascular disease is…

Milk Protein: A Perfect Reinvented Idea

Consumers are becoming more aware of the environmental threat posed by livestock. But what if we could get milk protein, that wasn’t from milk? By…

Staying Energised Throughout The Odd Hours Of The Night

What can employees working late hours or graveyard shifts do to ensure they overcome the draw of sleep and work safely and efficiently? It’s all…

Adding Value To Surimi

Surimi, a paste made from fish meat, is commonly consumed as part of the Asian cuisine. Several functional ingredients can meet current consumer demands to…

Maltitol In Sugar-Free Confectionery: Boosting Oral Health Benefits

With a sweet taste but no calories, maltitol, a hydrogenated carbohydrate, can allow consumers to enjoy confectionery without worrying about dental problems. By Dr B.…

Unlocking The Potential Of Soya Protein

With the health and wellness trend spreading across the food and beverage industry, there is an increasing demand for alternative ingredients such as for protein.…

On The Rise: Six-Legged Protein

Most consumers today are looking for healthier and more nutritious food options, and are simultaneously demanding that these be produced by sustainable methods. Among alternative…

Ingredients

Permeate All The Way!

It is known that hypertension is one of the leading causes of cardiovascular disease, and if not properly managed, it can lead to strokes, heart…

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Plants— The Future Of Meat

The past is our guide, but it need not dictate tomorrow. A real revolution is unfolding in the food world resulting in meat analogs that…

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Krill: An Omega-3 Option On The Rise

Omega-3 is one of the most commonly taken supplements, though the market seems to be moving away from the conventional fish oil. With krill as…

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Go Functionally Sweet With Stevia

Sweet is a taste that most people cannot give up, but with more consumers becoming health-conscious and demanding for foods with less or no sugar,…

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Gelatin—The Solution For Natural, Healthy Indulgence

Today’s food manufacturers are always looking for natural solutions to meet consumer demands for healthier products. What if there were a single ingredient that could…

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Supporting Asia's Sweet Cravings

With obesity and health problems exacerbated by unhealthy eating becoming greater concerns, how can manufacturers continue to support consumers’ sweet cravings in a healthier way?…

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Sweets For All

Health and wellness products are all the hype these days with food and beverage companies investing into reformulation or looking for alternatives to improve their…

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Stevia—A Natural Way To Reduce Sugar In Bakery And Confectionery

Stevia is emerging as a major global commodity as the food industry embraces it as a natural, sweet and zero-calorie ingredient. It is fast being…

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The New Stevia? China’s Mogroside V Market Ready For Lift-Off

Growing consumer demands for natural, healthy products are leading food manufacturers to search for better substitutes for ingredients like sugar. Derived naturally from luo han…

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Reducing Glycaemic Response With Inulin

Carbohydrates are an essential food in our daily diets. More studies are now supporting the importance of reduced glycaemic response and the use of inulin…