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KHS invests €20 million in site modernization

29-May-2020 The KHS Group has invested €20 million in modernizing its headquarters on Juchostraße in Dortmund, Germany. In a bundle of measures underway since 2015 the company has built a huge, approximately 4,300-m2 production shop and fully renovated another. As one of the world's leading providers o ... more

Functional food and drink products: Brain, eye and skin health are the top benefits sought by Thais

28-May-2020 Consumers' health status, personal interests and life priorities continuously change with age. Demanding lifestyles of Thai consumer combined with early signs of ageing often trigger middle-aged consumers to become more concerned about their health, nutrition and resulting in increased inte ... more

Food technology: Insect-based flours

28-May-2020 According to estimates by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), global demand for animal proteins will double by 2050 as a result of population growth. Even if free agricultural land were to be developed, this demand could not be met by meat from livestock alone ... more

Arctic Blue Gin package wins AIMCAL Product of the Year award

27-May-2020 US-based Association of International Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators (AIMCAL) presented its 2020 Product of the Year award to Hazen Paper Company for an Arctic Blue Gin package featuring images of flaming Northern Lights. Metsä Board, the leading European producer of premium fresh fibr ... more

Sustainable method for obtaining vanillin from wood waste

27-May-2020 Scientists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) have developed a new, sustainable method for extracting the aroma substance vanillin from the wood component lignin, which is produced in large quantities as waste in the manufacture of cellulose, an important raw material in paper pro ... more

The six greatest myths about vegetable oil

27-May-2020 1845 Oil clears up myths around the topic of vegetable oils. The traditional oil mill from Hamm sees a great need for clarification in order to break down prejudices such as that oils are unhealthy and make you fat. However, the edible oil expert is also concerned about the many misinformat ... more

World's smelliest fruit could charge your mobile phone

26-May-2020 A University of Sydney researcher has developed a new method using the world's most repulsive smelling fruit. Turning durian waste into super-capacitors could "substantially reduce" the cost of energy storage and charge devices very quickly. Imagine if we could use naturally-grown products, ... more

Carlsberg forms joint venture with Marston’s PLC in the UK

25-May-2020 Both companies will inject their brewing and distribution assets into the joint venture. In addition, at completion Carlsberg will pay up to GBP 273m to Marston’s PLC, GBP 34m of which will be a deferred contingent payment. Consequently, Carlsberg will become the controlling shareholder, ow ... more

Health goals create opening for label changes in Mexico

25-May-2020 Many Mexican consumers say health is a priority for them, according to a Mintel global consumer research study. As part of their health goals, Mexican consumers are especially looking for natural and nutritious food and drink. Going forward, formulation could become a particular focus when ... more

Biodegradable packaging that extends the shelf life of food products

25-May-2020 Contamination by plastics from single-use packaging is a major sustainability problem that needs innovative solutions. The YPACK project, funded by the European Union (EU) and led by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), has developed and patented a material from by-products of the ... more

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KHS invests €20 million in site modernization

29-May-2020 The KHS Group has invested €20 million in modernizing its headquarters on Juchostraße in Dortmund, Germany. In a bundle of measures underway since 2015 the company has built a huge, approximately 4,300-m2 production shop and fully renovated another. As one of the world's leading providers o ... more

Functional food and drink products: Brain, eye and skin health are the top benefits sought by Thais

28-May-2020 Consumers' health status, personal interests and life priorities continuously change with age. Demanding lifestyles of Thai consumer combined with early signs of ageing often trigger middle-aged consumers to become more concerned about their health, nutrition and resulting in increased inte ... more

Health goals create opening for label changes in Mexico

25-May-2020 Many Mexican consumers say health is a priority for them, according to a Mintel global consumer research study. As part of their health goals, Mexican consumers are especially looking for natural and nutritious food and drink. Going forward, formulation could become a particular focus when ... more

A world first: Grand Cru Absolu - an intense chocolate experience made from just two ingredients

22-May-2020 As a pioneer in grand cru chocolate in Switzerland, Sprüngli launched a world first: Grand Cru Absolu - an intense chocolate experience made from just two ingredients. Sprüngli uses Bolivian single-origin cacao beans and juice from the cacao fruit to handcraft dark chocolate truffles and ou ... more

Food System Innovation – and how to get there

20-May-2020 Food production has always shaped the lives of humans and the surface of the Earth. Be it plough or refrigerator, time and again innovations have transformed the ways we grow, process, and consume food over the last millennia. Today, with almost 40 per cent of all land on Earth used for foo ... more

Nestlé joins over 150 corporations to call for a net-zero recovery from COVID-19

20-May-2020 Nestlé today joined over 150 major multinationals in urging governments around the world to align their COVID-19 economic aid and recovery efforts with the latest climate science. By signing this statement, supportive companies reaffirm their own science-based commitments to achieving net-z ... more

Supermarkets urged to end heavy promotion of unhealthy foods

20-May-2020 The heavy promotion of junk foods by Australia's biggest supermarket chains is encouraging poor dietary habits, particularly among shoppers living in areas of socioeconomic disadvantage, a new study has found. Researchers from Deakin University's Global Obesity Centre in the Institute for H ... more

Chitin from prawn shells by fermenting it with fruit waste

20-May-2020 Chitin serves a wide variety of uses in the food industry, such as food thickeners and stabilisers, and as anti-microbial food packaging. The NTU method is more sustainable than current approaches that chemically extract chitin from marine waste, which is costly, consumes large amounts of e ... more

Dr. Oetker increases worldwide turnover to 3.4 billion euros

19-May-2020 Dr. Oetker's food companies increased their sales to around 3.4 billion euros in the 2019 financial year, a nominal growth of 12.3 percent. Adjusted for the effects of changes in the scope of consolidation and exchange rates, growth was a gratifying 4.5 percent. At the same time, the compan ... more

How proteins can be produced without the need for animal husbandry or crop cultivation

19-May-2020 Proteins form an essential part of human nutrition. Up to now, we have generally consumed them in meat, animal products such as milk and eggs, or even in plants. Production, especially via animal husbandry, demands immense resources and causes serious environmental problems. A research team ... more

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KHS invests €20 million in site modernization

29-May-2020 The KHS Group has invested €20 million in modernizing its headquarters on Juchostraße in Dortmund, Germany. In a bundle of measures underway since 2015 the company has built a huge, approximately 4,300-m2 production shop and fully renovated another. As one of the world's leading providers o ... more

Functional food and drink products: Brain, eye and skin health are the top benefits sought by Thais

28-May-2020 Consumers' health status, personal interests and life priorities continuously change with age. Demanding lifestyles of Thai consumer combined with early signs of ageing often trigger middle-aged consumers to become more concerned about their health, nutrition and resulting in increased inte ... more

Arctic Blue Gin package wins AIMCAL Product of the Year award

27-May-2020 US-based Association of International Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators (AIMCAL) presented its 2020 Product of the Year award to Hazen Paper Company for an Arctic Blue Gin package featuring images of flaming Northern Lights. Metsä Board, the leading European producer of premium fresh fibr ... more

Carlsberg forms joint venture with Marston’s PLC in the UK

25-May-2020 Both companies will inject their brewing and distribution assets into the joint venture. In addition, at completion Carlsberg will pay up to GBP 273m to Marston’s PLC, GBP 34m of which will be a deferred contingent payment. Consequently, Carlsberg will become the controlling shareholder, ow ... more

Health goals create opening for label changes in Mexico

25-May-2020 Many Mexican consumers say health is a priority for them, according to a Mintel global consumer research study. As part of their health goals, Mexican consumers are especially looking for natural and nutritious food and drink. Going forward, formulation could become a particular focus when ... more

Coca-Cola returns to the airwaves to support nations heroes

22-May-2020 Coca-Cola will salute America’s heroes – both military servicemembers and healthcare workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic – during the Memorial Day weekend broadcast of the Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR race in Charlotte, N.C. The brand will air a new 30-second ad titled “For Every ... more

Nestlé pilots reusable and refillable dispensers to reduce single-use packaging

21-May-2020 Nestlé is piloting reusable and refillable dispensers for petcare and soluble coffee as part of its efforts to reduce single-use packaging. The in-store dispensers offer consumers a shopping experience that is free of single-use packaging, along with flexibility and variety of product choic ... more

To urge world leaders to achieve a net zero recovery of COVID-19

20-May-2020 In largest-ever UN-backed CEO-led climate advocacy effort, major multinationals reaffirm their own science-based commitments to achieving zero-carbon economy and call on governments to match their ambition. 155 companies — with a combined market capitalization of over US$ 2.4 trillion and r ... more

Food System Innovation – and how to get there

20-May-2020 Food production has always shaped the lives of humans and the surface of the Earth. Be it plough or refrigerator, time and again innovations have transformed the ways we grow, process, and consume food over the last millennia. Today, with almost 40 per cent of all land on Earth used for foo ... more

Nestlé joins over 150 corporations to call for a net-zero recovery from COVID-19

20-May-2020 Nestlé today joined over 150 major multinationals in urging governments around the world to align their COVID-19 economic aid and recovery efforts with the latest climate science. By signing this statement, supportive companies reaffirm their own science-based commitments to achieving net-z ... more

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KHS invests €20 million in site modernization

29-May-2020 The KHS Group has invested €20 million in modernizing its headquarters on Juchostraße in Dortmund, Germany. In a bundle of measures underway since 2015 the company has built a huge, approximately 4,300-m2 production shop and fully renovated another. As one of the world's leading providers o ... more

Functional food and drink products: Brain, eye and skin health are the top benefits sought by Thais

28-May-2020 Consumers' health status, personal interests and life priorities continuously change with age. Demanding lifestyles of Thai consumer combined with early signs of ageing often trigger middle-aged consumers to become more concerned about their health, nutrition and resulting in increased inte ... more

Health goals create opening for label changes in Mexico

25-May-2020 Many Mexican consumers say health is a priority for them, according to a Mintel global consumer research study. As part of their health goals, Mexican consumers are especially looking for natural and nutritious food and drink. Going forward, formulation could become a particular focus when ... more

Food System Innovation – and how to get there

20-May-2020 Food production has always shaped the lives of humans and the surface of the Earth. Be it plough or refrigerator, time and again innovations have transformed the ways we grow, process, and consume food over the last millennia. Today, with almost 40 per cent of all land on Earth used for foo ... more

Nestlé joins over 150 corporations to call for a net-zero recovery from COVID-19

20-May-2020 Nestlé today joined over 150 major multinationals in urging governments around the world to align their COVID-19 economic aid and recovery efforts with the latest climate science. By signing this statement, supportive companies reaffirm their own science-based commitments to achieving net-z ... more

Supermarkets urged to end heavy promotion of unhealthy foods

20-May-2020 The heavy promotion of junk foods by Australia's biggest supermarket chains is encouraging poor dietary habits, particularly among shoppers living in areas of socioeconomic disadvantage, a new study has found. Researchers from Deakin University's Global Obesity Centre in the Institute for H ... more

Chitin from prawn shells by fermenting it with fruit waste

20-May-2020 Chitin serves a wide variety of uses in the food industry, such as food thickeners and stabilisers, and as anti-microbial food packaging. The NTU method is more sustainable than current approaches that chemically extract chitin from marine waste, which is costly, consumes large amounts of e ... more

How proteins can be produced without the need for animal husbandry or crop cultivation

19-May-2020 Proteins form an essential part of human nutrition. Up to now, we have generally consumed them in meat, animal products such as milk and eggs, or even in plants. Production, especially via animal husbandry, demands immense resources and causes serious environmental problems. A research team ... more

Grocery prices are soaring, but for how long?

18-May-2020 Panic buying has increased significantly in the US which, by default, has increased demand substantially during COVID-19. Research from Mintel’s Global COVID-19 Consumer Tracker indicates that more than half of US consumers are placing a higher priority on groceries above all other product ... more

Can robots offer a safe retail environment to staff and customers?

18-May-2020 COVID-19’s impact on the retail sector globally, including Thailand, has been profound. With consumers becoming more concerned about being exposed to the virus, retailers are implementing measures to reassure shoppers that their stores are clean and that their staff are well. In a move to c ... more

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KHS invests €20 million in site modernization

29-May-2020 The KHS Group has invested €20 million in modernizing its headquarters on Juchostraße in Dortmund, Germany. In a bundle of measures underway since 2015 the company has built a huge, approximately 4,300-m2 production shop and fully renovated another. As one of the world's leading providers o ... more

Functional food and drink products: Brain, eye and skin health are the top benefits sought by Thais

28-May-2020 Consumers' health status, personal interests and life priorities continuously change with age. Demanding lifestyles of Thai consumer combined with early signs of ageing often trigger middle-aged consumers to become more concerned about their health, nutrition and resulting in increased inte ... more

Health goals create opening for label changes in Mexico

25-May-2020 Many Mexican consumers say health is a priority for them, according to a Mintel global consumer research study. As part of their health goals, Mexican consumers are especially looking for natural and nutritious food and drink. Going forward, formulation could become a particular focus when ... more

Food System Innovation – and how to get there

20-May-2020 Food production has always shaped the lives of humans and the surface of the Earth. Be it plough or refrigerator, time and again innovations have transformed the ways we grow, process, and consume food over the last millennia. Today, with almost 40 per cent of all land on Earth used for foo ... more

Nestlé joins over 150 corporations to call for a net-zero recovery from COVID-19

20-May-2020 Nestlé today joined over 150 major multinationals in urging governments around the world to align their COVID-19 economic aid and recovery efforts with the latest climate science. By signing this statement, supportive companies reaffirm their own science-based commitments to achieving net-z ... more

Supermarkets urged to end heavy promotion of unhealthy foods

20-May-2020 The heavy promotion of junk foods by Australia's biggest supermarket chains is encouraging poor dietary habits, particularly among shoppers living in areas of socioeconomic disadvantage, a new study has found. Researchers from Deakin University's Global Obesity Centre in the Institute for H ... more

Chitin from prawn shells by fermenting it with fruit waste

20-May-2020 Chitin serves a wide variety of uses in the food industry, such as food thickeners and stabilisers, and as anti-microbial food packaging. The NTU method is more sustainable than current approaches that chemically extract chitin from marine waste, which is costly, consumes large amounts of e ... more

How proteins can be produced without the need for animal husbandry or crop cultivation

19-May-2020 Proteins form an essential part of human nutrition. Up to now, we have generally consumed them in meat, animal products such as milk and eggs, or even in plants. Production, especially via animal husbandry, demands immense resources and causes serious environmental problems. A research team ... more

Einride partners with Oatly to electrify transport

19-May-2020 Einride, a Swedish technology company that designs and develops technology for freight mobility, announced today that it will be partnering with Oatly, the original oat drink company, to transition to a sustainable transport solution with all-electric vehicles in the Swedish market. The par ... more

Grocery prices are soaring, but for how long?

18-May-2020 Panic buying has increased significantly in the US which, by default, has increased demand substantially during COVID-19. Research from Mintel’s Global COVID-19 Consumer Tracker indicates that more than half of US consumers are placing a higher priority on groceries above all other product ... more

All news on dairy

KHS invests €20 million in site modernization

29-May-2020 The KHS Group has invested €20 million in modernizing its headquarters on Juchostraße in Dortmund, Germany. In a bundle of measures underway since 2015 the company has built a huge, approximately 4,300-m2 production shop and fully renovated another. As one of the world's leading providers o ... more

Functional food and drink products: Brain, eye and skin health are the top benefits sought by Thais

28-May-2020 Consumers' health status, personal interests and life priorities continuously change with age. Demanding lifestyles of Thai consumer combined with early signs of ageing often trigger middle-aged consumers to become more concerned about their health, nutrition and resulting in increased inte ... more

Food technology: Insect-based flours

28-May-2020 According to estimates by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), global demand for animal proteins will double by 2050 as a result of population growth. Even if free agricultural land were to be developed, this demand could not be met by meat from livestock alone ... more

Sustainable method for obtaining vanillin from wood waste

27-May-2020 Scientists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) have developed a new, sustainable method for extracting the aroma substance vanillin from the wood component lignin, which is produced in large quantities as waste in the manufacture of cellulose, an important raw material in paper pro ... more

The six greatest myths about vegetable oil

27-May-2020 1845 Oil clears up myths around the topic of vegetable oils. The traditional oil mill from Hamm sees a great need for clarification in order to break down prejudices such as that oils are unhealthy and make you fat. However, the edible oil expert is also concerned about the many misinformat ... more

World's smelliest fruit could charge your mobile phone

26-May-2020 A University of Sydney researcher has developed a new method using the world's most repulsive smelling fruit. Turning durian waste into super-capacitors could "substantially reduce" the cost of energy storage and charge devices very quickly. Imagine if we could use naturally-grown products, ... more

Health goals create opening for label changes in Mexico

25-May-2020 Many Mexican consumers say health is a priority for them, according to a Mintel global consumer research study. As part of their health goals, Mexican consumers are especially looking for natural and nutritious food and drink. Going forward, formulation could become a particular focus when ... more

Biodegradable packaging that extends the shelf life of food products

25-May-2020 Contamination by plastics from single-use packaging is a major sustainability problem that needs innovative solutions. The YPACK project, funded by the European Union (EU) and led by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), has developed and patented a material from by-products of the ... more

Food System Innovation – and how to get there

20-May-2020 Food production has always shaped the lives of humans and the surface of the Earth. Be it plough or refrigerator, time and again innovations have transformed the ways we grow, process, and consume food over the last millennia. Today, with almost 40 per cent of all land on Earth used for foo ... more

Nestlé joins over 150 corporations to call for a net-zero recovery from COVID-19

20-May-2020 Nestlé today joined over 150 major multinationals in urging governments around the world to align their COVID-19 economic aid and recovery efforts with the latest climate science. By signing this statement, supportive companies reaffirm their own science-based commitments to achieving net-z ... more

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