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From Cheapest To Best - Carlsberg UK Gets Honest About Its Beer

18-Apr-2019 Carlsberg UK has launched its most ambitious and honest consumer facing campaign ever in a bid to drive reappraisal of its flagship beer brand. Expected to reach 97% of the UK, the £20million campaign conceived in collaboration with agency partners Fold7, Clifford French and Initiative - tr ... more

Coca-Cola Australia and Coca-Cola Amatil announce a major increase in recycled plastic

18-Apr-2019 Coca-Cola Australia and Coca-Cola Amatil today announced a major increase in the use of recycled plastic as part of aglobal commitment to help solve the world’s packaging problem. The world’s largest beverage company said 70 per cent of the plastic bottles manufactured in Australia will be ... more

Has breakfast lost its importance in the States?

17-Apr-2019 While in 2014 55 percent of American consumers agreed that breakfast was more important than lunch or dinner, only half of consumers did so last year. The reason for this is the fact that many Americans feel under time pressure and therefore often skip breakfast. In general, we can see that ... more

Fishy diagnostics for food allergy testing

17-Apr-2019 James Cook University scientists in Australia have found material commonly used for fish allergy testing is unreliable - potentially putting lives at risk. A team led by PhD candidate Thimo Ruethers from JCU's Australian Institute for Tropical Health and Medicine (AITHM) evaluated 26 commer ... more

Still too much sugar for children and teenagers

17-Apr-2019 Adolescents are particularly susceptible to a high sugar intake because they have a high genetic preference for sweet foods. This preference slowly diminishes until adulthood. Researchers at the Universities of Bonn and Paderborn have shown that sugar intake among children and adolescents i ... more

Cannabis research: University of Hohenheim launches international research network

17-Apr-2019 Research institutions and companies in Germany and Canada are working together to develop cannabis without intoxicant suitability for the market Medicines, dietary supplements, skin care...: All this and much more can be made from cannabis variants. But there are still many unanswered quest ... more

SRC-1 gene variants linked to human obesity

16-Apr-2019 Maintaining a healthy body weight is no simple matter. A better understanding of how the body regulates appetite could help tip the scale toward the healthy side. Contributing toward this goal, a team led by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Cambridge reports i ... more

Health and wellness reshapes the global snacking industry

15-Apr-2019 At the recent 2019 Global Food & Beverage Innovation Conference (FBIC) in Shanghai, China, Mintel uncovered the latest trends to reshape the global snacking industry, specifically touching on consumers’ pursuit for health and wellness through food and drink. Today, new product launches are ... more

Retrieve Valuable Vitamin E from Waste Products

12-Apr-2019 On 1st April 2019, in a joint Sino-German research project, the group of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kai Sundmacher, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems (MPI Magdeburg) and Professor of Otto von Guericke University (OVGU) in Magdeburg, started a close collabora ... more

Brits spent £12.3 billion on online groceries in 2018

12-Apr-2019 Brits continue to shop with the click of a button, as according to the latest research from Mintel, last year sales of online groceries in the UK hit £12.3 billion, up 9% from 2017. One of the fastest growing channels in the UK grocery market, the online grocery sector is still adding to i ... more

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Has breakfast lost its importance in the States?

17-Apr-2019 While in 2014 55 percent of American consumers agreed that breakfast was more important than lunch or dinner, only half of consumers did so last year. The reason for this is the fact that many Americans feel under time pressure and therefore often skip breakfast. In general, we can see that ... more

Still too much sugar for children and teenagers

17-Apr-2019 Adolescents are particularly susceptible to a high sugar intake because they have a high genetic preference for sweet foods. This preference slowly diminishes until adulthood. Researchers at the Universities of Bonn and Paderborn have shown that sugar intake among children and adolescents i ... more

SRC-1 gene variants linked to human obesity

16-Apr-2019 Maintaining a healthy body weight is no simple matter. A better understanding of how the body regulates appetite could help tip the scale toward the healthy side. Contributing toward this goal, a team led by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Cambridge reports i ... more

Health and wellness reshapes the global snacking industry

15-Apr-2019 At the recent 2019 Global Food & Beverage Innovation Conference (FBIC) in Shanghai, China, Mintel uncovered the latest trends to reshape the global snacking industry, specifically touching on consumers’ pursuit for health and wellness through food and drink. Today, new product launches are ... more

Brits spent £12.3 billion on online groceries in 2018

12-Apr-2019 Brits continue to shop with the click of a button, as according to the latest research from Mintel, last year sales of online groceries in the UK hit £12.3 billion, up 9% from 2017. One of the fastest growing channels in the UK grocery market, the online grocery sector is still adding to i ... more

Launch of Nestlé R&D Accelerator to boost innovation and speed-to-market

11-Apr-2019 Nestlé today announced the creation of the Nestlé R&D Accelerator based in Lausanne, Switzerland. The accelerator brings together Nestlé scientists, students and start-ups to advance science and technology with the objective to accelerate the development of innovative products and systems. ... more

WACKER Opens New Lab for Food Applications in Shanghai

11-Apr-2019 Wacker Chemie AG opened a new laboratory for food applications in Shanghai today. This specialized lab will enable WACKER to provide its customers in Asia with even better support in developing innovative, customized products in the fast-growing food market. The focus is on food ingredients ... more

Study shows potential for Earth-friendly plastic replacement

11-Apr-2019 The quest to keep plastic out of landfills and simultaneously satisfy the needs of the food industry is filled with obstacles. A biodegradable replacement for petroleum-based products has to meet all sorts of standards and, so far, attempts at viable replacements from renewable sources have ... more

Food preferences firmly in view

09-Apr-2019 The gaze of another influences food choice. Thus, a food gains greater value when previously viewed by another person. This has been discovered by a research team from DIfE. The results of the study have now been published in the journal Scientific Reports. As social beings, we constantly ... more

No lamb and no cheddar? A No-Deal-Brexit would have many consequences

09-Apr-2019 Better postponement than chaos-brexit: That's how it looked on Friday in the endless saga about the British withdrawal from the EU. But nothing is certain before the EU special summit on Wednesday and the danger of an unregulated departure of the British in a week's time has still not been ... more

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From Cheapest To Best - Carlsberg UK Gets Honest About Its Beer

18-Apr-2019 Carlsberg UK has launched its most ambitious and honest consumer facing campaign ever in a bid to drive reappraisal of its flagship beer brand. Expected to reach 97% of the UK, the £20million campaign conceived in collaboration with agency partners Fold7, Clifford French and Initiative - tr ... more

Coca-Cola Australia and Coca-Cola Amatil announce a major increase in recycled plastic

18-Apr-2019 Coca-Cola Australia and Coca-Cola Amatil today announced a major increase in the use of recycled plastic as part of aglobal commitment to help solve the world’s packaging problem. The world’s largest beverage company said 70 per cent of the plastic bottles manufactured in Australia will be ... more

Has breakfast lost its importance in the States?

17-Apr-2019 While in 2014 55 percent of American consumers agreed that breakfast was more important than lunch or dinner, only half of consumers did so last year. The reason for this is the fact that many Americans feel under time pressure and therefore often skip breakfast. In general, we can see that ... more

Still too much sugar for children and teenagers

17-Apr-2019 Adolescents are particularly susceptible to a high sugar intake because they have a high genetic preference for sweet foods. This preference slowly diminishes until adulthood. Researchers at the Universities of Bonn and Paderborn have shown that sugar intake among children and adolescents i ... more

SRC-1 gene variants linked to human obesity

16-Apr-2019 Maintaining a healthy body weight is no simple matter. A better understanding of how the body regulates appetite could help tip the scale toward the healthy side. Contributing toward this goal, a team led by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Cambridge reports i ... more

Brits spent £12.3 billion on online groceries in 2018

12-Apr-2019 Brits continue to shop with the click of a button, as according to the latest research from Mintel, last year sales of online groceries in the UK hit £12.3 billion, up 9% from 2017. One of the fastest growing channels in the UK grocery market, the online grocery sector is still adding to i ... more

Launch of Nestlé R&D Accelerator to boost innovation and speed-to-market

11-Apr-2019 Nestlé today announced the creation of the Nestlé R&D Accelerator based in Lausanne, Switzerland. The accelerator brings together Nestlé scientists, students and start-ups to advance science and technology with the objective to accelerate the development of innovative products and systems. ... more

WACKER Opens New Lab for Food Applications in Shanghai

11-Apr-2019 Wacker Chemie AG opened a new laboratory for food applications in Shanghai today. This specialized lab will enable WACKER to provide its customers in Asia with even better support in developing innovative, customized products in the fast-growing food market. The focus is on food ingredients ... more

Study shows potential for Earth-friendly plastic replacement

11-Apr-2019 The quest to keep plastic out of landfills and simultaneously satisfy the needs of the food industry is filled with obstacles. A biodegradable replacement for petroleum-based products has to meet all sorts of standards and, so far, attempts at viable replacements from renewable sources have ... more

Food preferences firmly in view

09-Apr-2019 The gaze of another influences food choice. Thus, a food gains greater value when previously viewed by another person. This has been discovered by a research team from DIfE. The results of the study have now been published in the journal Scientific Reports. As social beings, we constantly ... more

All news on beverages

Has breakfast lost its importance in the States?

17-Apr-2019 While in 2014 55 percent of American consumers agreed that breakfast was more important than lunch or dinner, only half of consumers did so last year. The reason for this is the fact that many Americans feel under time pressure and therefore often skip breakfast. In general, we can see that ... more

Still too much sugar for children and teenagers

17-Apr-2019 Adolescents are particularly susceptible to a high sugar intake because they have a high genetic preference for sweet foods. This preference slowly diminishes until adulthood. Researchers at the Universities of Bonn and Paderborn have shown that sugar intake among children and adolescents i ... more

SRC-1 gene variants linked to human obesity

16-Apr-2019 Maintaining a healthy body weight is no simple matter. A better understanding of how the body regulates appetite could help tip the scale toward the healthy side. Contributing toward this goal, a team led by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Cambridge reports i ... more

Brits spent £12.3 billion on online groceries in 2018

12-Apr-2019 Brits continue to shop with the click of a button, as according to the latest research from Mintel, last year sales of online groceries in the UK hit £12.3 billion, up 9% from 2017. One of the fastest growing channels in the UK grocery market, the online grocery sector is still adding to i ... more

Launch of Nestlé R&D Accelerator to boost innovation and speed-to-market

11-Apr-2019 Nestlé today announced the creation of the Nestlé R&D Accelerator based in Lausanne, Switzerland. The accelerator brings together Nestlé scientists, students and start-ups to advance science and technology with the objective to accelerate the development of innovative products and systems. ... more

WACKER Opens New Lab for Food Applications in Shanghai

11-Apr-2019 Wacker Chemie AG opened a new laboratory for food applications in Shanghai today. This specialized lab will enable WACKER to provide its customers in Asia with even better support in developing innovative, customized products in the fast-growing food market. The focus is on food ingredients ... more

Study shows potential for Earth-friendly plastic replacement

11-Apr-2019 The quest to keep plastic out of landfills and simultaneously satisfy the needs of the food industry is filled with obstacles. A biodegradable replacement for petroleum-based products has to meet all sorts of standards and, so far, attempts at viable replacements from renewable sources have ... more

Heritage of the "Pasta Wheat" mapped

10-Apr-2019 An international consortium has published the complete genome sequence of durum wheat in Nature Genetics. Her work not only provides insights into the development of this cereal into today's crop, but also shows ways to optimize the plant through targeted breeding. Researchers from Helmholt ... more

Food preferences firmly in view

09-Apr-2019 The gaze of another influences food choice. Thus, a food gains greater value when previously viewed by another person. This has been discovered by a research team from DIfE. The results of the study have now been published in the journal Scientific Reports. As social beings, we constantly ... more

No lamb and no cheddar? A No-Deal-Brexit would have many consequences

09-Apr-2019 Better postponement than chaos-brexit: That's how it looked on Friday in the endless saga about the British withdrawal from the EU. But nothing is certain before the EU special summit on Wednesday and the danger of an unregulated departure of the British in a week's time has still not been ... more

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Has breakfast lost its importance in the States?

17-Apr-2019 While in 2014 55 percent of American consumers agreed that breakfast was more important than lunch or dinner, only half of consumers did so last year. The reason for this is the fact that many Americans feel under time pressure and therefore often skip breakfast. In general, we can see that ... more

Still too much sugar for children and teenagers

17-Apr-2019 Adolescents are particularly susceptible to a high sugar intake because they have a high genetic preference for sweet foods. This preference slowly diminishes until adulthood. Researchers at the Universities of Bonn and Paderborn have shown that sugar intake among children and adolescents i ... more

SRC-1 gene variants linked to human obesity

16-Apr-2019 Maintaining a healthy body weight is no simple matter. A better understanding of how the body regulates appetite could help tip the scale toward the healthy side. Contributing toward this goal, a team led by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Cambridge reports i ... more

Brits spent £12.3 billion on online groceries in 2018

12-Apr-2019 Brits continue to shop with the click of a button, as according to the latest research from Mintel, last year sales of online groceries in the UK hit £12.3 billion, up 9% from 2017. One of the fastest growing channels in the UK grocery market, the online grocery sector is still adding to i ... more

Launch of Nestlé R&D Accelerator to boost innovation and speed-to-market

11-Apr-2019 Nestlé today announced the creation of the Nestlé R&D Accelerator based in Lausanne, Switzerland. The accelerator brings together Nestlé scientists, students and start-ups to advance science and technology with the objective to accelerate the development of innovative products and systems. ... more

WACKER Opens New Lab for Food Applications in Shanghai

11-Apr-2019 Wacker Chemie AG opened a new laboratory for food applications in Shanghai today. This specialized lab will enable WACKER to provide its customers in Asia with even better support in developing innovative, customized products in the fast-growing food market. The focus is on food ingredients ... more

Study shows potential for Earth-friendly plastic replacement

11-Apr-2019 The quest to keep plastic out of landfills and simultaneously satisfy the needs of the food industry is filled with obstacles. A biodegradable replacement for petroleum-based products has to meet all sorts of standards and, so far, attempts at viable replacements from renewable sources have ... more

Food preferences firmly in view

09-Apr-2019 The gaze of another influences food choice. Thus, a food gains greater value when previously viewed by another person. This has been discovered by a research team from DIfE. The results of the study have now been published in the journal Scientific Reports. As social beings, we constantly ... more

No lamb and no cheddar? A No-Deal-Brexit would have many consequences

09-Apr-2019 Better postponement than chaos-brexit: That's how it looked on Friday in the endless saga about the British withdrawal from the EU. But nothing is certain before the EU special summit on Wednesday and the danger of an unregulated departure of the British in a week's time has still not been ... more

DFA announces startups selected for 2019 accelerator program

05-Apr-2019 Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), a national cooperative owned by family farmers, announced the companies participating in the 2019 DFA Accelerator program. These seven companies will engage in a 90-day immersive program, which is part of the Sprint Accelerator program that launches today and ... more

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Has breakfast lost its importance in the States?

17-Apr-2019 While in 2014 55 percent of American consumers agreed that breakfast was more important than lunch or dinner, only half of consumers did so last year. The reason for this is the fact that many Americans feel under time pressure and therefore often skip breakfast. In general, we can see that ... more

Fishy diagnostics for food allergy testing

17-Apr-2019 James Cook University scientists in Australia have found material commonly used for fish allergy testing is unreliable - potentially putting lives at risk. A team led by PhD candidate Thimo Ruethers from JCU's Australian Institute for Tropical Health and Medicine (AITHM) evaluated 26 commer ... more

Still too much sugar for children and teenagers

17-Apr-2019 Adolescents are particularly susceptible to a high sugar intake because they have a high genetic preference for sweet foods. This preference slowly diminishes until adulthood. Researchers at the Universities of Bonn and Paderborn have shown that sugar intake among children and adolescents i ... more

Cannabis research: University of Hohenheim launches international research network

17-Apr-2019 Research institutions and companies in Germany and Canada are working together to develop cannabis without intoxicant suitability for the market Medicines, dietary supplements, skin care...: All this and much more can be made from cannabis variants. But there are still many unanswered quest ... more

SRC-1 gene variants linked to human obesity

16-Apr-2019 Maintaining a healthy body weight is no simple matter. A better understanding of how the body regulates appetite could help tip the scale toward the healthy side. Contributing toward this goal, a team led by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Cambridge reports i ... more

Retrieve Valuable Vitamin E from Waste Products

12-Apr-2019 On 1st April 2019, in a joint Sino-German research project, the group of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kai Sundmacher, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems (MPI Magdeburg) and Professor of Otto von Guericke University (OVGU) in Magdeburg, started a close collabora ... more

Brits spent £12.3 billion on online groceries in 2018

12-Apr-2019 Brits continue to shop with the click of a button, as according to the latest research from Mintel, last year sales of online groceries in the UK hit £12.3 billion, up 9% from 2017. One of the fastest growing channels in the UK grocery market, the online grocery sector is still adding to i ... more

How dangerous is the Easter egg?

12-Apr-2019 Already one and a half eggs or 300 milligrams cholesterol daily increase risk for cardiovascular diseases - ÖAIE recommends conscientious consumption and refers to "healthy plates". In Austria about 2 billion eggs are consumed per year, around Easter time it is estimated that 70 million egg ... more

Launch of Nestlé R&D Accelerator to boost innovation and speed-to-market

11-Apr-2019 Nestlé today announced the creation of the Nestlé R&D Accelerator based in Lausanne, Switzerland. The accelerator brings together Nestlé scientists, students and start-ups to advance science and technology with the objective to accelerate the development of innovative products and systems. ... more

WACKER Opens New Lab for Food Applications in Shanghai

11-Apr-2019 Wacker Chemie AG opened a new laboratory for food applications in Shanghai today. This specialized lab will enable WACKER to provide its customers in Asia with even better support in developing innovative, customized products in the fast-growing food market. The focus is on food ingredients ... more

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