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New review suggests coffee consumption can stimulate digestion

19-Jan-2022 A new scientific review, published in Nutrients, highlights coffee’s effects on digestion and the gut, and its impact on organs involved in digestion. The review, supported by The Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC), finds that coffee has a stimulating effect on some diges ... more

UW and Stanford researchers reveal findings of nationwide study of the relationship between food environment and healthy eating

19-Jan-2022 An estimated 19 million people in the U.S. live in so-called food deserts, which have lower access to healthy and nutritious food. More than 32 million people live below the poverty line — limiting their options to the cheapest food regardless of proximity to potentially healthier options. ... more

The Worldwide Plant-based Protein Industry is Expected to Reach $23.4 Billion by 2028

19-Jan-2022 The "Plant-based Protein Market by Type (Soy Protein, Wheat Protein, Pea Protein, Potato Protein, Rice Protein, Corn Protein), Crop Type (GMO), Source Process (Organic), Application (Food and Beverages, Animal Feed, Nutritional Supplements) - Global Forecast to 2028" report has been added t ... more

A compass for healthy food

19-Jan-2022 How natural a food product is plays a key role in how healthy it is perceived to be—not only by nutrition experts, but also by adolescents and young adults. At the same time, there is considerable variability in adolescents’ ratings of food products. These are the results of a new study con ... more

Basic income would not reduce people’s willingness to work

19-Jan-2022 A basic income would not necessarily mean that people would work less. This is the conclusion of a series of behavioural experiments by cognitive psychologist Fenna Poletiek, social psychologist Erik de Kwaadsteniet and cognitive psychologist Bastiaan Vuyk. They also found indications that ... more

Consumption of pistachios is associated with a variety of health benefits

19-Jan-2022 Regular consumption of pistachios can have great effects on health. This is according to the review of nutritional studies conducted over the last twenty years, now published in the Journal of Nutritional Science[1]. The summary of research results was prepared by scientists from the USA, F ... more

3 drink trends to watch-out for in 2022

18-Jan-2022 There have been seismic changes since the COVID-19 pandemic started in early 2020. Yet, not all of those changes are negative. In fact, some trends have seen a stronger boost as a result of the pandemic and the recurrent social restrictions across Europe. Here, Global Food and Drink Analyst ... more

Change of date: BIOFACH and VIVANESS 2022 to be held from 26 to 29 July

18-Jan-2022 BIOFACH and VIVANESS will be held from 26 to 29 July in 2022. This new summer date for the gathering of the international organic food and natural and organic personal care community has been set in order to meet multiple requests from registered exhibitors and enable all participants to pl ... more

BrauBeviale 2022 suspended at the request of the industry

18-Jan-2022 The Covid pandemic continues to shake up the international event calendar in the global beverage technology sector in 2022. After intensive consultation with the companies and associations represented on the BrauBeviale exhibition advisory committee, the event organiser, NürnbergMesse, has ... more

Fossil named after Nevada brewer who named his beer after it

18-Jan-2022 Now, it's come full circle, as a species of the fossil found in Nevada is named for the maker of the beer. The first giant creature to inhabit the earth, the ichthyosaur, dominated the earth's oceans in the Triassic period. Nearly 2.5 million years later, in 1993, Great Basin Brewing Compan ... more

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UW and Stanford researchers reveal findings of nationwide study of the relationship between food environment and healthy eating

19-Jan-2022 An estimated 19 million people in the U.S. live in so-called food deserts, which have lower access to healthy and nutritious food. More than 32 million people live below the poverty line — limiting their options to the cheapest food regardless of proximity to potentially healthier options. ... more

A compass for healthy food

19-Jan-2022 How natural a food product is plays a key role in how healthy it is perceived to be—not only by nutrition experts, but also by adolescents and young adults. At the same time, there is considerable variability in adolescents’ ratings of food products. These are the results of a new study con ... more

Basic income would not reduce people’s willingness to work

19-Jan-2022 A basic income would not necessarily mean that people would work less. This is the conclusion of a series of behavioural experiments by cognitive psychologist Fenna Poletiek, social psychologist Erik de Kwaadsteniet and cognitive psychologist Bastiaan Vuyk. They also found indications that ... more

Change of date: BIOFACH and VIVANESS 2022 to be held from 26 to 29 July

18-Jan-2022 BIOFACH and VIVANESS will be held from 26 to 29 July in 2022. This new summer date for the gathering of the international organic food and natural and organic personal care community has been set in order to meet multiple requests from registered exhibitors and enable all participants to pl ... more

Food prices on record course

14-Jan-2022 Welthungerhilfe warns of worsening hunger in the face of rising global food prices. The 2021 UN Price Index, which tracks the most traded food items globally, has risen to its highest level since 2011. "We observe with concern that the prices of cereals, dairy products, cooking oil and othe ... more

Aston University to develop new applications of optical frequency technology to benefit telecommunications and the food industry

14-Jan-2022 Aston University is heading up a European collaboration that will explore new optical frequency comb (OFC) technology and its applications in various areas including telecommunications and the food industry. An OFC is a particular kind of light which acts as an ultra-precise optical ruler w ... more

Innova hosts Sweets & Snacks webinar ahead of ISM Cologne

14-Jan-2022 As the food industry gears up for the ISM Cologne trade fair, Innova Market Insights presents a webinar detailing the Top Trends in Sweets and Snacks for 2022. With consumers eager to experience new indulgence, Innova has announced a series of live and interactive events lined up for ISM. T ... more

Chewing to stay slim: how to savor your food better and dodge weight gain, too!

14-Jan-2022 That chewing food well makes a healthy eating habit is age-old wisdom. Slow eating and thorough chewing help prevent obesity and weight gain—a view popularized a century back and tested afterward in sporadic scientific studies. Typically, the chewing process reportedly enhances the energy e ... more

Two thirds of Northern European consumers do not consider nutrition when thinking of sustainable diets

12-Jan-2022 A new survey conducted by YouGov for Arla Foods of more than 8,000 consumers in the UK, Denmark, Sweden and Germany, has revealed that two thirds (66%) do not see nutrition as part of sustainable diets. Becoming ‘nutrition blind’ can have unintended consequences for our health, says public ... more

3 global veganuary trends for 2022

12-Jan-2022 With Veganuary 2022 in full swing, our food and drinks experts based in London, Dusseldorf and Chicago pick their top vegan trend to look out for in their region this year and beyond.  Global Food and Drink Analyst, Ophelie Buchet: Why the next oat milk will have sustainability at its heart ... more

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New review suggests coffee consumption can stimulate digestion

19-Jan-2022 A new scientific review, published in Nutrients, highlights coffee’s effects on digestion and the gut, and its impact on organs involved in digestion. The review, supported by The Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC), finds that coffee has a stimulating effect on some diges ... more

UW and Stanford researchers reveal findings of nationwide study of the relationship between food environment and healthy eating

19-Jan-2022 An estimated 19 million people in the U.S. live in so-called food deserts, which have lower access to healthy and nutritious food. More than 32 million people live below the poverty line — limiting their options to the cheapest food regardless of proximity to potentially healthier options. ... more

A compass for healthy food

19-Jan-2022 How natural a food product is plays a key role in how healthy it is perceived to be—not only by nutrition experts, but also by adolescents and young adults. At the same time, there is considerable variability in adolescents’ ratings of food products. These are the results of a new study con ... more

Basic income would not reduce people’s willingness to work

19-Jan-2022 A basic income would not necessarily mean that people would work less. This is the conclusion of a series of behavioural experiments by cognitive psychologist Fenna Poletiek, social psychologist Erik de Kwaadsteniet and cognitive psychologist Bastiaan Vuyk. They also found indications that ... more

3 drink trends to watch-out for in 2022

18-Jan-2022 There have been seismic changes since the COVID-19 pandemic started in early 2020. Yet, not all of those changes are negative. In fact, some trends have seen a stronger boost as a result of the pandemic and the recurrent social restrictions across Europe. Here, Global Food and Drink Analyst ... more

Change of date: BIOFACH and VIVANESS 2022 to be held from 26 to 29 July

18-Jan-2022 BIOFACH and VIVANESS will be held from 26 to 29 July in 2022. This new summer date for the gathering of the international organic food and natural and organic personal care community has been set in order to meet multiple requests from registered exhibitors and enable all participants to pl ... more

BrauBeviale 2022 suspended at the request of the industry

18-Jan-2022 The Covid pandemic continues to shake up the international event calendar in the global beverage technology sector in 2022. After intensive consultation with the companies and associations represented on the BrauBeviale exhibition advisory committee, the event organiser, NürnbergMesse, has ... more

Fossil named after Nevada brewer who named his beer after it

18-Jan-2022 Now, it's come full circle, as a species of the fossil found in Nevada is named for the maker of the beer. The first giant creature to inhabit the earth, the ichthyosaur, dominated the earth's oceans in the Triassic period. Nearly 2.5 million years later, in 1993, Great Basin Brewing Compan ... more

Monster Beverage Corporation to Acquire CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective

17-Jan-2022 Monster Beverage Corporation announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective LLC, a craft beer and hard seltzer company for $330 million in cash. The transaction will bring the Cigar City (Jai Alai IPA and Florida Man IPA), Oskar Blues ... more

Food prices on record course

14-Jan-2022 Welthungerhilfe warns of worsening hunger in the face of rising global food prices. The 2021 UN Price Index, which tracks the most traded food items globally, has risen to its highest level since 2011. "We observe with concern that the prices of cereals, dairy products, cooking oil and othe ... more

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UW and Stanford researchers reveal findings of nationwide study of the relationship between food environment and healthy eating

19-Jan-2022 An estimated 19 million people in the U.S. live in so-called food deserts, which have lower access to healthy and nutritious food. More than 32 million people live below the poverty line — limiting their options to the cheapest food regardless of proximity to potentially healthier options. ... more

A compass for healthy food

19-Jan-2022 How natural a food product is plays a key role in how healthy it is perceived to be—not only by nutrition experts, but also by adolescents and young adults. At the same time, there is considerable variability in adolescents’ ratings of food products. These are the results of a new study con ... more

Basic income would not reduce people’s willingness to work

19-Jan-2022 A basic income would not necessarily mean that people would work less. This is the conclusion of a series of behavioural experiments by cognitive psychologist Fenna Poletiek, social psychologist Erik de Kwaadsteniet and cognitive psychologist Bastiaan Vuyk. They also found indications that ... more

Change of date: BIOFACH and VIVANESS 2022 to be held from 26 to 29 July

18-Jan-2022 BIOFACH and VIVANESS will be held from 26 to 29 July in 2022. This new summer date for the gathering of the international organic food and natural and organic personal care community has been set in order to meet multiple requests from registered exhibitors and enable all participants to pl ... more

Swapping just one food item per day can make diets substantially more planet-friendly

17-Jan-2022 If your New Year’s resolution is to eat better for the planet, a new Tulane University study finds it may be easier than you think.  Americans who eat beef could slash their diet’s carbon footprint as much as 48 percent by swapping just one serving per day for a more planet-friendly alterna ... more

Food prices on record course

14-Jan-2022 Welthungerhilfe warns of worsening hunger in the face of rising global food prices. The 2021 UN Price Index, which tracks the most traded food items globally, has risen to its highest level since 2011. "We observe with concern that the prices of cereals, dairy products, cooking oil and othe ... more

Aston University to develop new applications of optical frequency technology to benefit telecommunications and the food industry

14-Jan-2022 Aston University is heading up a European collaboration that will explore new optical frequency comb (OFC) technology and its applications in various areas including telecommunications and the food industry. An OFC is a particular kind of light which acts as an ultra-precise optical ruler w ... more

Chewing to stay slim: how to savor your food better and dodge weight gain, too!

14-Jan-2022 That chewing food well makes a healthy eating habit is age-old wisdom. Slow eating and thorough chewing help prevent obesity and weight gain—a view popularized a century back and tested afterward in sporadic scientific studies. Typically, the chewing process reportedly enhances the energy e ... more

Two thirds of Northern European consumers do not consider nutrition when thinking of sustainable diets

12-Jan-2022 A new survey conducted by YouGov for Arla Foods of more than 8,000 consumers in the UK, Denmark, Sweden and Germany, has revealed that two thirds (66%) do not see nutrition as part of sustainable diets. Becoming ‘nutrition blind’ can have unintended consequences for our health, says public ... more

3 global veganuary trends for 2022

12-Jan-2022 With Veganuary 2022 in full swing, our food and drinks experts based in London, Dusseldorf and Chicago pick their top vegan trend to look out for in their region this year and beyond.  Global Food and Drink Analyst, Ophelie Buchet: Why the next oat milk will have sustainability at its heart ... more

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UW and Stanford researchers reveal findings of nationwide study of the relationship between food environment and healthy eating

19-Jan-2022 An estimated 19 million people in the U.S. live in so-called food deserts, which have lower access to healthy and nutritious food. More than 32 million people live below the poverty line — limiting their options to the cheapest food regardless of proximity to potentially healthier options. ... more

A compass for healthy food

19-Jan-2022 How natural a food product is plays a key role in how healthy it is perceived to be—not only by nutrition experts, but also by adolescents and young adults. At the same time, there is considerable variability in adolescents’ ratings of food products. These are the results of a new study con ... more

Basic income would not reduce people’s willingness to work

19-Jan-2022 A basic income would not necessarily mean that people would work less. This is the conclusion of a series of behavioural experiments by cognitive psychologist Fenna Poletiek, social psychologist Erik de Kwaadsteniet and cognitive psychologist Bastiaan Vuyk. They also found indications that ... more

Change of date: BIOFACH and VIVANESS 2022 to be held from 26 to 29 July

18-Jan-2022 BIOFACH and VIVANESS will be held from 26 to 29 July in 2022. This new summer date for the gathering of the international organic food and natural and organic personal care community has been set in order to meet multiple requests from registered exhibitors and enable all participants to pl ... more

Food prices on record course

14-Jan-2022 Welthungerhilfe warns of worsening hunger in the face of rising global food prices. The 2021 UN Price Index, which tracks the most traded food items globally, has risen to its highest level since 2011. "We observe with concern that the prices of cereals, dairy products, cooking oil and othe ... more

Aston University to develop new applications of optical frequency technology to benefit telecommunications and the food industry

14-Jan-2022 Aston University is heading up a European collaboration that will explore new optical frequency comb (OFC) technology and its applications in various areas including telecommunications and the food industry. An OFC is a particular kind of light which acts as an ultra-precise optical ruler w ... more

Chewing to stay slim: how to savor your food better and dodge weight gain, too!

14-Jan-2022 That chewing food well makes a healthy eating habit is age-old wisdom. Slow eating and thorough chewing help prevent obesity and weight gain—a view popularized a century back and tested afterward in sporadic scientific studies. Typically, the chewing process reportedly enhances the energy e ... more

Remilk raises $120 million in series B funding

14-Jan-2022 Remilk, an innovative food startup reimagining the dairy industry, has secured $120 million in Series B funding, led by NY-based Hanaco Ventures. The funding establishes Remilk as a primary player in the emerging cultivated dairy category and enables the Company to immediately scale product ... more

Is more better? Amounts and frequency of milk replacer fed to calves under heat stress

13-Jan-2022 Calves raised during the heat of summer have reduced growth, increased disease incidence, and higher mortality rates compared with those raised in temperate environments or neutral thermal conditions. The reduced average daily weight gain observed in the summer can be partially attributed t ... more

Two thirds of Northern European consumers do not consider nutrition when thinking of sustainable diets

12-Jan-2022 A new survey conducted by YouGov for Arla Foods of more than 8,000 consumers in the UK, Denmark, Sweden and Germany, has revealed that two thirds (66%) do not see nutrition as part of sustainable diets. Becoming ‘nutrition blind’ can have unintended consequences for our health, says public ... more

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UW and Stanford researchers reveal findings of nationwide study of the relationship between food environment and healthy eating

19-Jan-2022 An estimated 19 million people in the U.S. live in so-called food deserts, which have lower access to healthy and nutritious food. More than 32 million people live below the poverty line — limiting their options to the cheapest food regardless of proximity to potentially healthier options. ... more

The Worldwide Plant-based Protein Industry is Expected to Reach $23.4 Billion by 2028

19-Jan-2022 The "Plant-based Protein Market by Type (Soy Protein, Wheat Protein, Pea Protein, Potato Protein, Rice Protein, Corn Protein), Crop Type (GMO), Source Process (Organic), Application (Food and Beverages, Animal Feed, Nutritional Supplements) - Global Forecast to 2028" report has been added t ... more

A compass for healthy food

19-Jan-2022 How natural a food product is plays a key role in how healthy it is perceived to be—not only by nutrition experts, but also by adolescents and young adults. At the same time, there is considerable variability in adolescents’ ratings of food products. These are the results of a new study con ... more

Basic income would not reduce people’s willingness to work

19-Jan-2022 A basic income would not necessarily mean that people would work less. This is the conclusion of a series of behavioural experiments by cognitive psychologist Fenna Poletiek, social psychologist Erik de Kwaadsteniet and cognitive psychologist Bastiaan Vuyk. They also found indications that ... more

Consumption of pistachios is associated with a variety of health benefits

19-Jan-2022 Regular consumption of pistachios can have great effects on health. This is according to the review of nutritional studies conducted over the last twenty years, now published in the Journal of Nutritional Science[1]. The summary of research results was prepared by scientists from the USA, F ... more

Change of date: BIOFACH and VIVANESS 2022 to be held from 26 to 29 July

18-Jan-2022 BIOFACH and VIVANESS will be held from 26 to 29 July in 2022. This new summer date for the gathering of the international organic food and natural and organic personal care community has been set in order to meet multiple requests from registered exhibitors and enable all participants to pl ... more

$10M project aims for more pest-resilient food options in Asia

17-Jan-2022 A new Cornell University-led project will accelerate the application of a proven biotechnology to enhance food and nutritional security in Bangladesh and the Philippines while protecting the health of farmers and the environment. The Feed the Future Insect-Resistant Eggplant Partnership is ... more

Swapping just one food item per day can make diets substantially more planet-friendly

17-Jan-2022 If your New Year’s resolution is to eat better for the planet, a new Tulane University study finds it may be easier than you think.  Americans who eat beef could slash their diet’s carbon footprint as much as 48 percent by swapping just one serving per day for a more planet-friendly alterna ... more

Food prices on record course

14-Jan-2022 Welthungerhilfe warns of worsening hunger in the face of rising global food prices. The 2021 UN Price Index, which tracks the most traded food items globally, has risen to its highest level since 2011. "We observe with concern that the prices of cereals, dairy products, cooking oil and othe ... more

Aston University to develop new applications of optical frequency technology to benefit telecommunications and the food industry

14-Jan-2022 Aston University is heading up a European collaboration that will explore new optical frequency comb (OFC) technology and its applications in various areas including telecommunications and the food industry. An OFC is a particular kind of light which acts as an ultra-precise optical ruler w ... more

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