California-based BCD Bioscience was crowned the winner of the challenge with its first product – a barley beta-glucan that improves glycaemic response and the associated cardiometabolic effects – that is poised to revolutionise the bakery sector.
The Food Ingredient business of Japanese conglomerate Teijin Group has introduced BARLEYmax onto the European market to enable producers capitalise on the growing demand for gut health, as well as overall health & wellbeing.
The first product using Cargill’s Barliv heart health ingredient is expected to hit shelves next month, following a long period of technical play and awareness-building on its cholesterol control effects.
Bakers designing muffin and bread formulations for the health
conscious consumer can soon access a high-fibre barley grain as
Australia's national science laboratory (CSIRO) signs a deal to
bring large scale commercial crops...
US agribusiness giant Cargill was garnering early interest in its
Barliv barley beta glucan at FiE in Paris this week, following the
presentation of a study highlighting its cholesterol-lowering
benefits in November.