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Digital dietician can help people make better choices

26-May-2022 A new program that uses immersive virtual reality to fill the role of a digital dietitian may eventually be able to improve the nutrition care process, according to a new analysis. The program – the Immersive Virtual Alimentation and Nutrition Application (IVAN) application – was developed ... more

NESTLÉ HEALTH SCIENCE acquires Puravida and expands its presence in the vitamins, minerals and supplements segment

26-May-2022 Nestlé Health Science (NHSc) announces the acquisition of Puravida, a premium Brazilian nutrition and healthy lifestyle brand. The acquisition will enable NHSc to expand its health portfolio in Brazil."Bringing together Puravida and Nestlé Health Science's extensive expertise in nutrition r ... more

Bühler opens Insect Technology Center to support customers in the feed and food industry

26-May-2022 Bühler Group officially opens its world-class Insect Technology Center (ITC). The facility in Uzwil, Switzerland, combines Bühler's expertise with the best infrastructure to support the insect industry in its further development. In this application center, Bühler can conduct larval growth ... more

Gene-edited tomatoes could be a new source of vitamin D

25-May-2022 Tomatoes gene-edited to produce vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, could be a simple and sustainable innovation to address a global health problem.       Researchers used gene editing to turn off a specific molecule in the plant’s genome which increased provitamin D3 in both the fruit and lea ... more

Coca-Cola North America Anchors Prioritized Tea Strategy with Fast-Growing Gold Peak and Peace Tea

25-May-2022 The Coca-Cola Company is challenging itself to think differently about how its brands help accelerate business transformation, reflect consumer choice and promote growth as a company. This means rationalizing its lineup of drinks and prioritizing fewer, bigger brands with the greatest poten ... more

Diageo partners with UK's first LGBTQ+ museum

25-May-2022 Diageo, maker of Guinness, Johnnie Walker and Baileys, has today announced a new 2-year partnership with Queer Britain in London, the UK’s first national LGBTQ+ museum. Celebrating 50 years of LGBTQ+ Pride in the UK, the first-of-its kind partnership aims to capture some of the lost LGBTQ+ ... more

Position decaffeinated coffee as a bedtime drink

25-May-2022 Caffeine is often referred to as the most widely consumed stimulant in the world. As the main ingredient in coffee and tea, it provides us with energy and focus, especially in the morning when we need it most. However, overconsumption can lead to a downward spiral where you feel a constant ... more

New strategies to save the world’s most indispensable grain

24-May-2022 Plants - they’re just like us, with unique techniques for handling stress. To save one of the most important crops on Earth from extreme climate swings, scientists are mapping out plants’ own stress-busting strategies. A UC Riverside-led team has learned what happens to the roots of rice pl ... more

Barry Callebaut establishes Farm of the Future to power cocoa farming research and innovation

24-May-2022 Ecuador is a country with a deep knowledge of agricultural production, rooted in crops as diverse as coffee, bananas, and shrimps. In the world of chocolate, it is the world’s third-largest cocoa producer and one of the fastest-growing cocoa origins, as well as the largest global producer o ... more

consumers associate higher-pitched commercials with healthier food products

24-May-2022 A team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) studying how the acoustic and visual composition of advertisements impact perceptions, has found that consumers associate a higher frequency “sonic logo” with healthier food products. Sonic logos, also t ... more

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Digital dietician can help people make better choices

26-May-2022 A new program that uses immersive virtual reality to fill the role of a digital dietitian may eventually be able to improve the nutrition care process, according to a new analysis. The program – the Immersive Virtual Alimentation and Nutrition Application (IVAN) application – was developed ... more

consumers associate higher-pitched commercials with healthier food products

24-May-2022 A team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) studying how the acoustic and visual composition of advertisements impact perceptions, has found that consumers associate a higher frequency “sonic logo” with healthier food products. Sonic logos, also t ... more

Microplastics: a food contamination that would harm the functioning of our intestine

24-May-2022 In mice, polyethylene (PE) microparticles induce disorders in the structure and function of the intestine, as well as in the intestinal flora. If it turns out that these pollutants have a comparable effect in humans, they could be involved in the development of certain diseases, particularl ... more

WWF: EU not feeding the world, eating the world

23-May-2022 The European Union imports more food than it exports to the detriment of the environment, a new report by the environmental protection organization WWF has found. "The EU consumes more than its fair share and our current high levels of food production are only possible thanks to massive imp ... more

Taste buds can adapt to low salt diet

23-May-2022 A taste adaptation intervention lowers salt intake and increases enjoyment of a sodium restricted diet in patients with hypertension, according to a small study presented at ACNAP-EuroHeartCare Congress 2022, a scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).1 “One of the m ... more

Dr. Oetker Professional concludes negotiations on reconciliation of interests and social plan for the Ettlingen site

23-May-2022 As announced in January this year, Dr. Oetker Professional will close production at the Ettlingen site at the end of the year and will concentrate on the strategic product lines: pizza, cake and dessert. This was the result of negotiations on a reconciliation of interests with the works cou ... more

Industry lobbying on WHO overshadowing public health policy, researchers suggest

20-May-2022 Has the World Health Organization become collateral damage in the wars over global commerce? Producers of such products as commercial milk formulas, processed foods, alcoholic beverages, pharmaceuticals and electronic gaming software have been ramping up efforts to influence United States p ... more

Sustainability in the food system: not simply less, but different and better

18-May-2022 Proponents of a no-growth economy have long argued that economic growth as such is harmful to the environment. Now researchers have shown that curbing growth alone would not make our food system sustainable - but changing our diet and putting a price tag on agricultural emissions would. For ... more

4500 finished products examined - product monitoring 2021

17-May-2022 With the report "Product Monitoring 2021", the Max Rubner Institute once again publishes up-to-date results on energy and nutrient content in ready-to-eat foods. Since 2016, a baseline survey has been conducted for 22 product groups and follow-up surveys for 14 product groups on behalf of t ... more

G7 wants to curb food price increases - famine threatens

17-May-2022 Keeping markets open, getting grain supplies blocked by Russia out of Ukraine and avoiding hoarding - that's how the G7 group of leading democratic industrialized nations wants to curb the rise in food prices. "All of us together, especially the major exporting nations, also have a responsi ... more

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Digital dietician can help people make better choices

26-May-2022 A new program that uses immersive virtual reality to fill the role of a digital dietitian may eventually be able to improve the nutrition care process, according to a new analysis. The program – the Immersive Virtual Alimentation and Nutrition Application (IVAN) application – was developed ... more

Coca-Cola North America Anchors Prioritized Tea Strategy with Fast-Growing Gold Peak and Peace Tea

25-May-2022 The Coca-Cola Company is challenging itself to think differently about how its brands help accelerate business transformation, reflect consumer choice and promote growth as a company. This means rationalizing its lineup of drinks and prioritizing fewer, bigger brands with the greatest poten ... more

Diageo partners with UK's first LGBTQ+ museum

25-May-2022 Diageo, maker of Guinness, Johnnie Walker and Baileys, has today announced a new 2-year partnership with Queer Britain in London, the UK’s first national LGBTQ+ museum. Celebrating 50 years of LGBTQ+ Pride in the UK, the first-of-its kind partnership aims to capture some of the lost LGBTQ+ ... more

Position decaffeinated coffee as a bedtime drink

25-May-2022 Caffeine is often referred to as the most widely consumed stimulant in the world. As the main ingredient in coffee and tea, it provides us with energy and focus, especially in the morning when we need it most. However, overconsumption can lead to a downward spiral where you feel a constant ... more

consumers associate higher-pitched commercials with healthier food products

24-May-2022 A team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) studying how the acoustic and visual composition of advertisements impact perceptions, has found that consumers associate a higher frequency “sonic logo” with healthier food products. Sonic logos, also t ... more

Microplastics: a food contamination that would harm the functioning of our intestine

24-May-2022 In mice, polyethylene (PE) microparticles induce disorders in the structure and function of the intestine, as well as in the intestinal flora. If it turns out that these pollutants have a comparable effect in humans, they could be involved in the development of certain diseases, particularl ... more

WWF: EU not feeding the world, eating the world

23-May-2022 The European Union imports more food than it exports to the detriment of the environment, a new report by the environmental protection organization WWF has found. "The EU consumes more than its fair share and our current high levels of food production are only possible thanks to massive imp ... more

Carlsberg wins award for World’s Most Water Efficient Brewery

23-May-2022 The water recycling plant at Fredericia Brewery in Denmark shows that it is possible to dramatically cut the amount of water needed to produce our beer. Yesterday, the plant won the prestigious Global Water Awards as Industrial Project of the Year. Developed through collaboration with the m ... more

Industry lobbying on WHO overshadowing public health policy, researchers suggest

20-May-2022 Has the World Health Organization become collateral damage in the wars over global commerce? Producers of such products as commercial milk formulas, processed foods, alcoholic beverages, pharmaceuticals and electronic gaming software have been ramping up efforts to influence United States p ... more

Sustainability in the food system: not simply less, but different and better

18-May-2022 Proponents of a no-growth economy have long argued that economic growth as such is harmful to the environment. Now researchers have shown that curbing growth alone would not make our food system sustainable - but changing our diet and putting a price tag on agricultural emissions would. For ... more

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Digital dietician can help people make better choices

26-May-2022 A new program that uses immersive virtual reality to fill the role of a digital dietitian may eventually be able to improve the nutrition care process, according to a new analysis. The program – the Immersive Virtual Alimentation and Nutrition Application (IVAN) application – was developed ... more

consumers associate higher-pitched commercials with healthier food products

24-May-2022 A team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) studying how the acoustic and visual composition of advertisements impact perceptions, has found that consumers associate a higher frequency “sonic logo” with healthier food products. Sonic logos, also t ... more

Microplastics: a food contamination that would harm the functioning of our intestine

24-May-2022 In mice, polyethylene (PE) microparticles induce disorders in the structure and function of the intestine, as well as in the intestinal flora. If it turns out that these pollutants have a comparable effect in humans, they could be involved in the development of certain diseases, particularl ... more

WWF: EU not feeding the world, eating the world

23-May-2022 The European Union imports more food than it exports to the detriment of the environment, a new report by the environmental protection organization WWF has found. "The EU consumes more than its fair share and our current high levels of food production are only possible thanks to massive imp ... more

Taste buds can adapt to low salt diet

23-May-2022 A taste adaptation intervention lowers salt intake and increases enjoyment of a sodium restricted diet in patients with hypertension, according to a small study presented at ACNAP-EuroHeartCare Congress 2022, a scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).1 “One of the m ... more

Study associates higher mortality with eating lots of ultra-processed foods, red meat

20-May-2022 Loma Linda University Health researchers say high consumption of ultra-processed foods and, separately, high consumption of red meat may be important mortality indicators. Their recently published study adds to a growing body of knowledge about how ultra-processed foods and red meat impact ... more

Industry lobbying on WHO overshadowing public health policy, researchers suggest

20-May-2022 Has the World Health Organization become collateral damage in the wars over global commerce? Producers of such products as commercial milk formulas, processed foods, alcoholic beverages, pharmaceuticals and electronic gaming software have been ramping up efforts to influence United States p ... more

JBS defines the next step for the Cultivated Protein Research Center

20-May-2022 JBS, global leader in protein-based food, has chosen the city of Florianópolis (SC) as the headquarters of the JBS Biotech Innovation Center, a research center dedicated to the food area. To begin with, the location will focus on developing in-house technology for the production of cultivat ... more

Sustainability in the food system: not simply less, but different and better

18-May-2022 Proponents of a no-growth economy have long argued that economic growth as such is harmful to the environment. Now researchers have shown that curbing growth alone would not make our food system sustainable - but changing our diet and putting a price tag on agricultural emissions would. For ... more

4500 finished products examined - product monitoring 2021

17-May-2022 With the report "Product Monitoring 2021", the Max Rubner Institute once again publishes up-to-date results on energy and nutrient content in ready-to-eat foods. Since 2016, a baseline survey has been conducted for 22 product groups and follow-up surveys for 14 product groups on behalf of t ... more

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Digital dietician can help people make better choices

26-May-2022 A new program that uses immersive virtual reality to fill the role of a digital dietitian may eventually be able to improve the nutrition care process, according to a new analysis. The program – the Immersive Virtual Alimentation and Nutrition Application (IVAN) application – was developed ... more

consumers associate higher-pitched commercials with healthier food products

24-May-2022 A team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) studying how the acoustic and visual composition of advertisements impact perceptions, has found that consumers associate a higher frequency “sonic logo” with healthier food products. Sonic logos, also t ... more

Microplastics: a food contamination that would harm the functioning of our intestine

24-May-2022 In mice, polyethylene (PE) microparticles induce disorders in the structure and function of the intestine, as well as in the intestinal flora. If it turns out that these pollutants have a comparable effect in humans, they could be involved in the development of certain diseases, particularl ... more

WWF: EU not feeding the world, eating the world

23-May-2022 The European Union imports more food than it exports to the detriment of the environment, a new report by the environmental protection organization WWF has found. "The EU consumes more than its fair share and our current high levels of food production are only possible thanks to massive imp ... more

Industry lobbying on WHO overshadowing public health policy, researchers suggest

20-May-2022 Has the World Health Organization become collateral damage in the wars over global commerce? Producers of such products as commercial milk formulas, processed foods, alcoholic beverages, pharmaceuticals and electronic gaming software have been ramping up efforts to influence United States p ... more

Sustainability in the food system: not simply less, but different and better

18-May-2022 Proponents of a no-growth economy have long argued that economic growth as such is harmful to the environment. Now researchers have shown that curbing growth alone would not make our food system sustainable - but changing our diet and putting a price tag on agricultural emissions would. For ... more

4500 finished products examined - product monitoring 2021

17-May-2022 With the report "Product Monitoring 2021", the Max Rubner Institute once again publishes up-to-date results on energy and nutrient content in ready-to-eat foods. Since 2016, a baseline survey has been conducted for 22 product groups and follow-up surveys for 14 product groups on behalf of t ... more

G7 wants to curb food price increases - famine threatens

17-May-2022 Keeping markets open, getting grain supplies blocked by Russia out of Ukraine and avoiding hoarding - that's how the G7 group of leading democratic industrialized nations wants to curb the rise in food prices. "All of us together, especially the major exporting nations, also have a responsi ... more

Golden Wing, a barley milk made from Coors barley, debuts

16-May-2022 Molson Coors’ push beyond the beer aisle has coupled it with much-celebrated products like La Colombe coffee and ZOA energy drink.  Now the company is tapping one of beer’s primary ingredients to introduce its newest innovation, Golden Wing Barley Milk, a non-alcohol plant-based milk that w ... more

People choose healthier food when with outsiders for fear of being negatively judged

16-May-2022 People are more likely to choose a healthy food option than an unhealthy food option among people from different social groups because they fear being judged negatively for their choices. New research, co-authored by Bayes Business School, found that that the presence of individuals from di ... more

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Digital dietician can help people make better choices

26-May-2022 A new program that uses immersive virtual reality to fill the role of a digital dietitian may eventually be able to improve the nutrition care process, according to a new analysis. The program – the Immersive Virtual Alimentation and Nutrition Application (IVAN) application – was developed ... more

NESTLÉ HEALTH SCIENCE acquires Puravida and expands its presence in the vitamins, minerals and supplements segment

26-May-2022 Nestlé Health Science (NHSc) announces the acquisition of Puravida, a premium Brazilian nutrition and healthy lifestyle brand. The acquisition will enable NHSc to expand its health portfolio in Brazil."Bringing together Puravida and Nestlé Health Science's extensive expertise in nutrition r ... more

Bühler opens Insect Technology Center to support customers in the feed and food industry

26-May-2022 Bühler Group officially opens its world-class Insect Technology Center (ITC). The facility in Uzwil, Switzerland, combines Bühler's expertise with the best infrastructure to support the insect industry in its further development. In this application center, Bühler can conduct larval growth ... more

Gene-edited tomatoes could be a new source of vitamin D

25-May-2022 Tomatoes gene-edited to produce vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, could be a simple and sustainable innovation to address a global health problem.       Researchers used gene editing to turn off a specific molecule in the plant’s genome which increased provitamin D3 in both the fruit and lea ... more

New strategies to save the world’s most indispensable grain

24-May-2022 Plants - they’re just like us, with unique techniques for handling stress. To save one of the most important crops on Earth from extreme climate swings, scientists are mapping out plants’ own stress-busting strategies. A UC Riverside-led team has learned what happens to the roots of rice pl ... more

Barry Callebaut establishes Farm of the Future to power cocoa farming research and innovation

24-May-2022 Ecuador is a country with a deep knowledge of agricultural production, rooted in crops as diverse as coffee, bananas, and shrimps. In the world of chocolate, it is the world’s third-largest cocoa producer and one of the fastest-growing cocoa origins, as well as the largest global producer o ... more

consumers associate higher-pitched commercials with healthier food products

24-May-2022 A team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) studying how the acoustic and visual composition of advertisements impact perceptions, has found that consumers associate a higher frequency “sonic logo” with healthier food products. Sonic logos, also t ... more

Soy: the egg-laying milk sow without meat, milk and eggs

24-May-2022 Why can't you eat soy raw? How does soy drink compare nutritionally with milk? And where do the beans in my soy product come from? As part of its latest food research, the Land schafft Leben association took an in-depth look at the versatile soybean and summarized exciting facts about its u ... more

Microplastics: a food contamination that would harm the functioning of our intestine

24-May-2022 In mice, polyethylene (PE) microparticles induce disorders in the structure and function of the intestine, as well as in the intestinal flora. If it turns out that these pollutants have a comparable effect in humans, they could be involved in the development of certain diseases, particularl ... more

$36.61 Billion Alternative Protein Markets

24-May-2022 The Global Alternative Protein Market is expected to reach $36.61 billion by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 12.4% during the forecast period of 2022 to 2029. This market is driven by the growing population and awareness about the benefits of alternative proteins, the increasing number of ventur ... more

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