Reduce processing waste, make stock
A new enzyme-based system will allow meat and fish-processing
companies to turn their food-grade bone-material into stocks -
reducing waste by up to 80 per cent, its designers claim.
ABF expands yeast extract capabilities
ABF Ingredients is expanding its yeast extracts and proteins
manufacturing facilities in Europe and North America in order to
tap growing demand.
Cargill launches low fat, high protein soy flour
Cargill Texturising Solutions has launched Prolia, a defatted soy
flour designed to provide cost and functional advantages to
Rice protein concentrate has advantages for food makers
UK-based AMC Chemicals says a new rice protein concentrate can
offer food makers a non-allergenic alternative to soy and whey that
is better absorbed by the body than other vegetable-derived
Dairy discusses enzymatic modification
Dairy industry will focus on enzymatic modification of milk
components at an upcoming event in Poland.
Whey protein for longer shelf life and softer bars
A whey protein additive that keeps nutritional bars soft could help
food makers break into what is a lucrative and highly innovative
market, writes Anthony Fletcher.
Tate & Lyle launches dairy alternative
Tate $ Lyle has chosen the Food Ingredient Asia-China expo as the
launching pad for its new emulsifying protein for coffee creamers
and filled powdered.
Steroids to bulk food crops?
Fundamental research could bring added bulk to crop harvests used
extensively by the food industry.
Breakthrough in fighting food pathogens
A previously unidentified protein on the surface of intestinal
cells has given researchers in the US clues on how to prevent
disease. The scientists believe their results could eventually lead
the way to preventing food-borne Listeria...
Man and fruit flies alike?
Recent discoveries made by German scientists tinkering with genes
linked to fat metabolism join the growing armoury in the battle of
A pinch of salt
A top heart charity has launched a 'pinch of salt' consumer
awareness campaign in the UK to tackle salt consumption.
New protein production technology
Burcon NutraScience Corporation claims that a third-party
engineering report relating to the company's protein separation and
purification technology has proved the process to be financially