An innovative two-year project to identify ways to improve the nutritional qualities and shelf life of baked goods with sprouted grains and pasteurization has been awarded a £650k ($790k) grant by Innovate UK.
A study published in Frontiers of Nutrition revealed that adding 2% of blood orange and lemon fibers to wholewheat durum flour was a viable approach to producing high-fiber bread with respectable shelf life.
The North American brand of European food, packaging and real estate conglomerate Pak Group has launched Bellarise Semi-Dry Yeast (SDY), which promises to enhance unfermented frozen (UFF) dough performance.
Limagrain Céréales Ingrédients (LCI) has developed a fermented wheat flour that provides a targeted production of naturally occurring organic acids to lengthen the shelf life of baked goods, which bakers can confidently list as clean label.
There are some exciting opportunities ahead as the future of packaging knows no bounds, according to Cambridge Design Partnership (CDP), but how can manufacturers tap into this space while taking into consideration the high costs?