Top Five Global Trends That Will Shape The Food Industry In 2021

ADM, a global leader in nutrition and partner to the world’s leading consumer brands, has released its view on the five food and beverage trends that will impact the way consumers eat and drink in the new year. Based on in-depth research from ADM’s proprietary OutsideVoiceSM consumer insights platform, the report…

Embracing Holistic Health

Exploring greater consumer demand for food and beverage options that boost immunity and reduce vulnerability to disease—an interview with Rachel Marshall, technical engagement manager—NZMP sports and active lifestyles at Fonterra. How has COVID-19 affected the market for sports nutrition? Why? COVID-19 has impacted all industries in some way. So far,…

Serving Up Culinary Flavours In Snacks

Depending on where you are in the world, mala, kimchi, gyoza, barbecue, cheese and red chilli are foods or ingredients you would expect to find in a meal. These days however, split open a bag of potato chips or puff snack and you’ll be served up a buffet of tastes…

Understanding Shifts In Consumer Behaviour

ADM has identified six emerging behavioural changes that will power innovation and growth in the months ahead.  Recent ADM OutsideVoice research shows that 77 percent of consumers intend to make more attempts to stay healthy in the future. Food and beverage manufacturers who successfully balance consumer health concerns with affordability…

Mintel: Nutritional Innovations For Asia-Pacific’s Cerebral Age

In Mintel’s latest Big Conversation series, keynote speaker Matthew Crabbe, Regional Trends Director for Asia-Pacific, addressed a range of factors that ‘Power the Mind’, one of which is nutrition. Under the topic, ‘Innovations for Asia-Pacific’s Cerebral Age’, Crabbe highlighted a few interesting food products that are not only perceived as…

Nutrition For The Ageing Brain

As we age, our bodies slow down—so does the brain. This is all part of the natural ageing process. Our brain is the epicentre for our body functions, including thinking, speech and memory. It is no surprise that our cognitive abilities would decline as we get older. Unfortunately, the ageing…

Dietary Fibre: “The Protein Of The Future”

Globally, there is a huge fibre gap in human nutrition but increased consumption of dietary fibre is a powerful tool to reduce chronic inflammation, says Henk Hoogenkamp, Author & Protein Application Specialist.   Gut health is a top concern for many people. Dietary fibres help contribute to digestive everyday wellness…

The Pulse Of Pea Protein

Global demand for protein is booming partly due to rising incomes in emerging markets. Higher income also translates to consumers’ demand for improved organoleptic and nutritive quality, while shifting the diet preferences to include more protein, says Henk Hoogenkamp, Protein Specialist & Author. Consumers in the Western world are becoming…

Into The Food Matrix With ADM

The ADM team understands the delicate process of attaining balance between taste, functionality, nutrition and texture within the food matrix to deliver on-point relevant solutions to customers. The Millennial demographic has been leading the evolution of ‘glocalised’ flavours, resulting in marketing efforts being narrowed to niche markets to create a…

Food Trends For 2019

Charlie Ahern, General Manager at Advanta, USA explores the food trends that will dominate 2019. Quinoa was declared as an amino acid and mineral rich food that was suitable for astronauts on long term missions by NASA 20 years ago. But till today, the popularity of this grain has only…
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