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Baby Food Industry Needs Better Products and Clearer Labelling

    Baby Food Industry Needs Better Products and Clearer Labelling

Public Health England (PHE) has published an evidence review of commercially available baby foods and drinks aimed at children up to 36 months. The main findings of the report Foods and drinks aimed at infants and young children: evidence and opportunities for action show clear inconsistencies between national infant feeding advice and how some commercial […]

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A Gut Feeling About Body Fat

    A Gut Feeling About Body Fat

Research shows that loss of body fat causes the growth of the intestine and increases its capacity to absorb nutrients. This presents new approaches for weight management.
Researchers at Teagasc (Irish Agriculture and Food Development Authority) and the University of Aberdeen have found that the depletion of fat stores inside the body causes the growth of […]

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Finland Takes Action to Enhance Protein Self-sufficiency

    Finland Takes Action to Enhance Protein Self-sufficiency

Finland is in an excellent position to enhance its protein self-sufficiency while building a sustainable, carbon-neutral food chain. A new report by VTT and VYR (the Finnish Cereal Committee) presents action plan for using grains, grass, fisheries, insects and cellular agriculture more efficiently as sources of protein in the production of both food and feed.
Raising […]

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From Breast Milk to Formula – MFGM Registers High Awareness Levels Among Mothers

    From Breast Milk to Formula – MFGM Registers High Awareness Levels Among Mothers

Research shows that there is good awareness of milk fat globule membrane (MFGM), an important nutritional component of breast milk, among mothers and mothers-to-be.1 MFGM is found naturally in breast milk and is comprised of phospholipids, glycolipids, proteins and glycoproteins.
Recently, MFGM ingredients made from whey have been introduced into the infant nutrition category. This means […]

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€250 Million to Support Healthy Eating Habits For European Schoolchildren

    €250 Million to Support Healthy Eating Habits For European Schoolchildren

Millions of children across the EU will receive milk, fruit and vegetables under the EU’s School Scheme in 2019/2020. This programme reached over 20 million children across the EU during the school year 2017/2018.
The national budget allocations for the EU school fruit, vegetable and milk schemes for the 2019/2020 school year has been adopted. €145 million are […]

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Danone Opens €240 Million Sustainable Nutricia Plant in the Netherlands

    Danone Opens €240 Million Sustainable Nutricia Plant in the Netherlands

Danone has officially opened its new Nutricia Cuijk production facility in the Netherlands, marking the completion of a three-year journey to build a state-of-the-art, energy-efficient, zero-waste plant. The facility will primarily produce specialized infant formula that meets the needs of infants diagnosed with specific medical conditions – such as cow’s milk protein allergy, as well […]

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FrieslandCampina Plans to Build a Sustainable Dairy Processing Plant

    FrieslandCampina Plans to Build a Sustainable Dairy Processing Plant

International dairy co-operative Royal FrieslandCampina is exploring options to build a sustainable and innovative dairy processing plant in the Netherlands. The plant is intended for the processing of member milk into fresh dairy products, ingredients used for the production of early life and adult nutrition, and for cheese manufacturing. It would be built according to […]

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Fast-growing Asia Maternal Nutrition Market to Boost Demand For Dairy ingredients and Formula

    Fast-growing Asia Maternal Nutrition Market to Boost Demand For Dairy ingredients and Formula

Maternal nutrition is a hot new opportunity in emerging markets, according to the latest report from food and drink experts, Zenith Global. In many parts of Asia, the concept of optimal nutrition during the first 1,000 days of a baby’s life (from conception to two years old) is capturing the attention of mothers and their […]

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Big Nutrient Knowledge Gap Uncovered By New Research

    Big Nutrient Knowledge Gap Uncovered By New Research

The demand to live a healthier lifestyle is increasing, yet 4 in 5 people across Northern Europe do not know about the essential nutrients they have in their diet. New research from Arla Foods* has uncovered a big knowledge gap when it comes to our understanding about food, with 40 per cent also admitting they feel […]

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New Change4Life Campaign to Help English Families Cut Back on Sugar

    New Change4Life Campaign to Help English Families Cut Back on Sugar

Children have already exceeded the maximum recommended sugar intake for an 18 year old by the time they reach their tenth birthday, according to Public Health England (PHE). This is based on their total sugar consumption from the age of 2.
This figure comes as a new Change4Life campaign has been launched, supporting families to cut […]

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35% of Food and Drink Businesses Impacted by Plant-Based Trend

    35% of Food and Drink Businesses Impacted by Plant-Based Trend

Plant-based food and veganism, the free-from movement and booze-free beverages have been identified as the top three trends which impacted food & drink businesses in 2018[1], according to new research by The International Food & Drink Event (IFE). The research, which surveyed members of the UK’s leading and largest food & drink event network, also […]

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Cleveland Clinic Studies Reveal Role of Red Meat in Gut Bacteria, Heart Disease Development

    Cleveland Clinic Studies Reveal Role of Red Meat in Gut Bacteria, Heart Disease Development

In concurrent studies, Cleveland Clinic researchers have uncovered new mechanisms that demonstrate why and how regularly eating red meat can increase the risk of heart disease, and the role gut bacteria play in that process. The research, led by Stanley Hazen, M.D., Ph.D., builds upon previous work showing TMAO (trimethylamine N-oxide) – a gut bacteria […]

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Irish Grass-fed Beef – Opportunities For Healthier Diets

    Irish Grass-fed Beef – Opportunities For Healthier Diets

Ireland’s climate means that the country is good at growing grass. It is well known that producing beef from grass results in lower costs than feeding animals on concentrates. But what about the consumer? Is grass-fed beef better than other types of beef for consumers?
This was the focus of a Department of Agriculture, Food and […]

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PepsiCo Europe to Expand Trial of Traffic Lights For Nutritional Information on its Beverages and Food Products

    PepsiCo Europe to Expand Trial of Traffic Lights For Nutritional Information on its Beverages and Food Products

PepsiCo has announced it will trial interpretative colour-coded labelling for both beverages and foods in many EU markets, using the 100g/ml-based approach already voluntarily implemented in the UK and Ireland. The company was one of the first to introduce “traffic light” labelling in the UK and Ireland where the scheme has been in operation since […]

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Roquette and Barentz Confirm Strong Future Partnership in Food in Europe

    Roquette and Barentz Confirm Strong Future Partnership in Food in Europe

Roquette, a global leader in plant-based ingredients for food, nutrition and health markets, has reconfirmed Barentz as the preferred distribution partner for the Roquette food product range in Europe. This new partnership with Barentz is driven by Roquette’s strategic plan to implement the best high-performance distribution network to support its position as a world leading […]

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Stay Ahead of the Healthy Eating and Tech Trends at Food Matters Live 2018

    Stay Ahead of the Healthy Eating and Tech Trends at Food Matters Live 2018

From clean eating to revolutionary food tech, discover the global trends and innovations changing the way we eat at Food Matters Live 2018. Whether it’s the longevity of the free-from boom, plant-based proteins in sports nutrition or game-changing food tech, business leaders, policy makers, manufacturers and health professionals will debate the future of food and […]

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Grass Fed Dairy Cows Produce Milk With Superior Nutritional Properties

    Grass Fed Dairy Cows Produce Milk With Superior Nutritional Properties

The benefits of grass-fed dairy systems on the nutritional composition and properties of milk and dairy products were highlighted at the recent Teagasc organised ‘Grass-Fed Dairy Conference’. The conference detailed the scientific evidence to support the conclusions that milk from grass fed cows is superior. It is currently estimated that only 10% of global milk […]

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DuPont Nutrition & Health Survey Reveals the Key to Senior Nutrition

    DuPont Nutrition & Health Survey Reveals the Key to Senior Nutrition

A DuPont Nutrition & Health consumer survey has identified the top health concerns of European seniors and found that active ingredients are a primary driver of senior nutrition purchases. For food manufacturers, the findings reveal a realm of opportunities to develop targeted nutritional products for active adults as they age.
DuPont has used the insights in […]

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Synergy Flavours Uncovers Flavours of the Future in Sports Nutrition

    Synergy Flavours Uncovers Flavours of the Future in Sports Nutrition

Synergy Flavours, a leading global flavour expert, has revealed the findings of its recent research project that has highlighted new and inspirational flavours for the sports nutrition market. The company’s ‘Flavours of the Future’ research has revealed a hotlist of emerging, growing, mainstream and established flavour trends that look set to excite the sports nutrition […]

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Kerry Group Commits €1 Million to Bring RAIN Programme to West Africa

    Kerry Group Commits €1 Million to Bring RAIN Programme to West Africa

Kerry Group has extended its partnership with Concern Worldwide through a 4-year project to improve food security and nutrition in Niger. The Realigning Agriculture to Improve Nutrition (RAIN) programme will make lasting improvements to food security, nutrition and the overall livelihoods in the Tahoua Region of Niger. This second phase of the RAIN programme will […]

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New Clean Label Research Shows the Power of Clean Ingredient Lists

    New Clean Label Research Shows the Power of Clean Ingredient Lists

New research, commissioned by functional ingredients manufacturer BENEO, shows that consumers pay more attention to what is inside the products they are buying, than to either the product’s description, or the brand name itself. This highlights the drive by consumers to make healthier choices and shows the continued importance of manufacturers offering cleaner label, product […]

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Children to Receive Milk, Fruit and Vegetables at School Thanks to EU Programme

    Children to Receive Milk, Fruit and Vegetables at School Thanks to EU Programme

The EU school fruit, vegetables and milk scheme has resumed with the school year in the participating countries. Aimed at promoting healthy eating habits among children, the EU school scheme includes the distribution of fruit, vegetables and milk products, as well as dedicated educational programmes to teach pupils about the importance of good nutrition and […]

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PepsiCo Reveals the 10 Finalists Joining its 2018 Nutrition Greenhouse Programme

    PepsiCo Reveals the 10 Finalists Joining its 2018 Nutrition Greenhouse Programme

PepsiCo has announced the 10 entrepreneurs that will form the second class of its health and wellness incubator in Europe. First launched in 2017 to support the next generation of food and beverage entrepreneurs, the PepsiCo Nutrition Greenhouse programme offers each of the 10 participating companies a €20,000 grant, and access to PepsiCo mentors and experts to take […]

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England’s Poorest Areas are Fast Food Hotspots

    England’s Poorest Areas are Fast Food Hotspots

New figures from Public Health England (PHE) reveal England’s poorest areas are fast food hotspots, with 5 times more outlets found in these communities than in the most affluent. The data also suggests fast food outlets – including chip shops, burger bars and pizza places –account for more than a quarter (26%) of all eateries […]

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Laïta Launches New Nutrition Division

    Laïta Launches New Nutrition Division

Laïta, the French and international dairy co-operative, has launched ESI Nutrition, which specialises in the development, industrialisation and manufacturing of high-end nutritional products for its clients in the B to B sector. Thanks to cutting-edge industrial tools, ESI Nutrition can produce very specific products, in both powder and liquid forms for all nutrition markets. Combining […]

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ADM Expands Health & Wellness Capabilities

    ADM Expands Health & Wellness Capabilities

Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM), one of the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient suppliers, is acquiring Probiotics International Limited, a UK-based provider of probiotic supplements for human, pet, and production-animal use. The all-cash transaction will be valued at £185 million, subject to customary adjustments. This addition to ADM’s existing health and wellness capabilities […]

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More Milk Needed to Cover Demand in 2030 – New Technologies Will Help

    More Milk Needed to Cover Demand in 2030 – New Technologies Will Help

Between now and 2030 worldwide demand growth for milk and milk products will be three times the level of current US milk production. This was one of the main findings of the latest publication, from the IFCN – the Dairy Research Network – discussed at the 19th IFCN Dairy Conference, held at Teagasc, Moorepark, Cork […]

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Danone Early Life Nutrition Launches Category Overhaul

    Danone Early Life Nutrition Launches Category Overhaul

Danone Early Life Nutrition is launching a category refresh that spans its leading baby food brands, Cow & Gate and Aptamil. Cow & Gate is launching fifteen new food recipes across the pouch, cereal, jar and tray product ranges, as well as a complete packaging re-brand across its entire formula milk and food portfolio. Starting from mid-June, […]

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Nestlé Launches Global Initiative to Help Children Lead Healthier Lives

    Nestlé Launches Global Initiative to Help Children Lead Healthier Lives

Nestlé has announced its global ‘Nestlé for Healthier Kids’ initiative. The program includes the further development of healthier products and advice for families on nutrition and exercise. It aims at helping 50 million children lead healthier lives by 2030.
Since its foundation, Nestlé has been committed to helping parents and caregivers provide the right nutrition to their children. […]

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PepsiCo Extends Nutrition Greenhouse Programme to Support Food and Beverage Brands of the Future

    PepsiCo Extends Nutrition Greenhouse Programme to Support Food and Beverage Brands of the Future

PepsiCo has announced the second year of its Nutrition Greenhouse incubator programme, an initiative designed to discover and nurture breakthrough brands in the food and beverage sector. Issuing an open call for entrepreneurs to apply, PepsiCo is seeking to identify up to 10 emerging brands in the nutrition space with products aimed at European consumers.
The selected companies […]

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New Research Highlights Effects of MFGM Lipids During Pregnancy and Infancy

    New Research Highlights Effects of MFGM Lipids During Pregnancy and Infancy

NZMP, the global ingredients brand of Fonterra, has released new research showing the impact of NZMP SureStart™ MFGM Lipid100 (also known as NUELIPIDTM) supplementation to provide milk fat globule membrane (MFGM) complex lipids such as gangliosides (GA) and phospholipids during both pregnancy and separately during infancy. The latter research presents the effect this has on […]

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Focusing on the Future – Vitafoods Europe 2018 – 15-17 May 2018, Palexpo Geneva

    Focusing on the Future – Vitafoods Europe 2018 – 15-17 May 2018, Palexpo Geneva

With consumer awareness of functional nutrition higher than ever, and science and technology driving exciting new innovations, the future for nutraceuticals is looking bright. In fact, a survey by the organisers of Vitafoods Europe – which takes place between 15 and 17 May 2018 in Palexpo, Geneva – shows that 92% of industry professionals feel […]

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Five Trends Shaping Dairy Food and Beverage Manufacturing

    Five Trends Shaping Dairy Food and Beverage Manufacturing

NZMP, the global dairy ingredients brand of New Zealand dairy co-operative Fonterra, has released a list of the top five global consumer food and beverage trends that it recommends manufacturers address to stay relevant.
Gillian Munnik, NZMP Marketing Director, says, “NZMP teams in over 130 markets are seeing a renewed focus on foods that suit individual […]

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Brewers of Europe Welcomes Industry-wide Agreement on Consumer Information

    Brewers of Europe Welcomes Industry-wide Agreement on Consumer Information

The Brewers of Europe, which brings together national brewers’ associations from 29 European countries and provides a voice to support the united interests of Europe’s 8,500 breweries, has endorsed a joint framework with other alcoholic beverage sectors to voluntarily list ingredients and nutrition information and, through the Beer Annex to the framework, reiterated brewers’ long-standing […]

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Steps to Reduce 20% of Calories in Popular Foods in the UK by 2024 Announced

    Steps to Reduce 20% of Calories in Popular Foods in the UK by 2024 Announced

Major steps to cut people’s excessive calorie intake have been unveiled by Public Health England (PHE), as part of the UK government’s strategy to cut childhood and adult obesity.
The package includes:

new evidence highlighting overweight or obese boys and girls consume up to 500 and 290 calories too many each day respectively
a challenge to the food […]

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How Appealing are Heart Health Claims to Consumers, and What Place does Oat Fibre Have in the Health Reformulation ‘Toolbox’?

    How Appealing are Heart Health Claims to Consumers, and What Place does Oat Fibre Have in the Health Reformulation ‘Toolbox’?

By Nancy Gaul, Global Marketing Director at Tate & Lyle
For consumers across the globe, reducing consumption of sugars and total calorie intake remains a top priority. In fact, an average of 55% of consumers say they’re trying to consume less sugar, whereas an average of 42% say they’re trying to consume fewer calories[1]. As a […]

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1 in 4 Consumers Prepare and Consume Breakfast in Less than 5 Minutes per Day

    1 in 4 Consumers Prepare and Consume Breakfast in Less than 5 Minutes per Day

DSM, the global health, nutrition and materials company, has published the first part of a new report in its Global Insight Series, focused on breakfast habits and behavior in Europe and the US. The report, drawn from a survey conducted in seven countries, shows that breakfast is a meal under pressure. Around a quarter of […]

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Nestlé and Nuritas to Work Together on Discovery of Food-Derived Bioactive Peptides Through Artificial Intelligence

    Nestlé and Nuritas to Work Together on Discovery of Food-Derived Bioactive Peptides Through Artificial Intelligence

Nestlé and Nuritas, the Irish biotechnology company, have entered into a collaboration aiming at discovering bioactive peptide networks within specific target areas of significant value. In order to achieve the common goal, Nuritas will deploy its award-winning and novel technology platform, which uses Artificial Intelligence and DNA analysis to predict, unlock, and validate highly efficacious […]

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Irish Scientists Reveal How Food Affects Our Mood

    Irish Scientists Reveal How Food Affects Our Mood

A new book, ‘The Psychobiotic Revolution’, is having a major impact in the field of biomedicine. It reveals that our brain health and state of mind are intimately connected to our gut bacteria (microbiome). The discoveries could help change the way we treat conditions such as depression and anxiety.
More oily fish and fibre-rich vegetables could help improve […]

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IGD Launches New Guide to Help Consumers Understand Front-of-pack Nutrition Information

    IGD Launches New Guide to Help Consumers Understand Front-of-pack Nutrition Information

With nearly half (46%) of shoppers feeling that nutritional labels are too difficult to read, IGD, the training and research charity, has launched a new guide to help consumers better understand front-of-pack nutrition labels. The guide, which is set to help food and grocery companies give guidance to consumers in a consistent way, contains simple messages […]

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FDF Launches New Guidance on Comparative Nutrition Claims

    FDF Launches New Guidance on Comparative Nutrition Claims

The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has published first of its kind Guidance on Comparative Nutrition Claims. The document provides detailed best practice guidance on the requirements and appropriate wording for comparative nutrition claims to be used in the labelling and advertising of food and drink products.
Comparative nutrition claims stipulate a difference in the quantity […]

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UK Consumers are Confused About Food and Health

    UK Consumers are Confused About Food and Health

UK consumers think that information about diet and health is confusing, and they would rather believe the internet than a dietitian. In a survey of 2,000 consumers in the UK, US, Spain and Australia, conducted by New Nutrition Business, 79% said they find messages surrounding health, food and nutrition confusing.
Because of changing dietary advice, more and […]

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Britvic Continues to Put Health at the Heart of its New Sustainable Business Programme

    Britvic Continues to Put Health at the Heart of its New Sustainable Business Programme

Britvic has launched ‘A Healthier Everyday’, its new sustainable business programme which builds on its commitment to: help consumers make healthier choices; support the well-being of communities; and minimise its impact on the planet.
The creation of ‘A Healthier Everyday’ follows a review by the company into how it can ensure that its sustainability programme is […]

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Cargill Introduces the Lowest Saturated Fat, High Oleic Commercial Canola Oil

    Cargill Introduces the Lowest Saturated Fat, High Oleic Commercial Canola Oil

Cargill has introduced the lowest saturated fat, high oleic canola oil available to commercial food customers worldwide. The oil is made from a canola hybrid that contains 4.5 percent or less saturated fat while maintaining high fry and shelf life performance, freshness and taste. It reduces saturated fat content 35 percent from previous canola oil […]

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Tomatoes Star in Consumer Poll of Healthiest Fruit and Vegetables

    Tomatoes Star in Consumer Poll of Healthiest Fruit and Vegetables

Tomatoes have a powerful association with health and are seen as the star ingredient of the Mediterranean Diet, research has shown. Carotenoid experts Lycored surveyed 329 consumers. They were presented with a list of 14 fruit and vegetables and asked to pick the five they most associated with health.

Green leafy vegetables, chosen by 77% of […]

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PHE Launches Change4Life Campaign Around Children’s Snacking

    PHE Launches Change4Life Campaign Around Children’s Snacking

Public Health England (PHE) is helping parents take control of their children’s snacking by launching the first Change4Life campaign promoting healthier snacks. This is because half of children’s sugar intake, currently around 7 sugar cubes a day, comes from unhealthy snacks and sugary drinks, leading to obesity and dental decay.
Each year children are consuming almost […]

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Total Lifetime Cost of Childhood Overweight and Obesity in Ireland Estimated at €7.2 Billion

    Total Lifetime Cost of Childhood Overweight and Obesity in Ireland Estimated at €7.2 Billion

New safefood funded research into the cost of childhood overweight and obesity on the island of Ireland has estimated the total lifetime cost to be €7.2 billion (€4.6 billion in the Republic of Ireland; £2.1 billion in Northern Ireland). The study¹, led by University College Cork (UCC) and involving leading academic institutions and multidisciplinary research […]

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Nestlé Reorganises Infant Nutrition Business

    Nestlé Reorganises Infant Nutrition Business

The Nestlé Board of Directors has decided to change the organisation of the infant nutrition business at Nestlé to enhance further the company’s ability to win in this high-growth category. Effective January 1, 2018, infant nutrition will move from the globally-managed Nestlé Nutrition to a regionally-managed business. The change does not apply to other Nestlé businesses.
A dedicated Strategic […]

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Pre-Meal Shot With Whey Protein and Fibre Offers Natural Solution For Blood Sugar Control

    Pre-Meal Shot With Whey Protein and Fibre Offers Natural Solution For Blood Sugar Control

Arla Foods Ingredients has developed a high-protein Pre-Meal Shot concept that highlights the potential for launching innovative products that deliver improved blood sugar control in a natural, tasty and convenient way. Millions of people worldwide struggle to maintain healthy blood sugar levels, including the 400 million diagnosed with type 1 and type 2 diabetes[1]. Another […]

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UK Health Costs of Obesity Soaring

    UK Health Costs of Obesity Soaring

Money spent last year on junk food advertising in the UK far outweighs the amount Government is able to spend on healthy eating campaigns, leading to an unbalanced environment pushing us towards unhealthy choices, according to new analysis by the Obesity Health Alliance (OHA).
Junk food brands are spending 27.5 times more on advertising their products […]

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Consumer Demand For Healthier Snacks and Personalised Nutrition is Driving Today’s Innovation in Food

    Consumer Demand For Healthier Snacks and Personalised Nutrition is Driving Today’s Innovation in Food

As people face the challenge of balancing an on-the-go lifestyle with maintaining a healthy diet, the food industry is being disrupted by new solutions which blur the lines between food, health and medicine.
Gil Horsky is Global Chocolate Innovation Platform Lead at Mondelēz International, the largest chocolate and biscuits company in the world, with iconic brands […]

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Bridge2Food Announces Finalists in Protein Awards 2017

    Bridge2Food Announces Finalists in Protein Awards 2017

The finalists have been announced for the Bridge2Food Protein Awards 2017 which celebrate those creating new plant-based and high protein foods and ingredients, driving growth and innovation in the Protein industry. The finalists for each category are as follows:
Best Plant-based Food: awarded to a company or individual that has created a new plant-based food.

Beyond Meat […]

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Global Experts Gather to Shape Protein 2030 Agenda For Europe at Bridge2Food 10th Protein Summit

    Global Experts Gather to Shape Protein 2030 Agenda For Europe at Bridge2Food 10th Protein Summit

Experts from the whole value chain will gather at the world’s largest protein platform to debate and shape a future protein agenda for Europe towards 2030 at the Bridge2Food 10th Protein Summit 2017 in Reims, France from 27th to 28th September 2017. Protein is in the global spotlight as we strive to feed a population […]

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Tereos – Developing Tomorrow’s Food Solutions – Today

    Tereos – Developing Tomorrow’s Food Solutions – Today

This year again, Tereos is a partner of Bridge2Food for its 10th Protein Summit (26-28 September, Reims, France). The largest global protein platform, the Protein Summit brings together industry and public policy leaders from the whole value chain to discuss, co-operate, build and shape future protein strategies.
Anne Wagner, Corporate Research and Development Director, Tereos.
Global population […]

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