FDBusiness.com

FrieslandCampina supports athletes

 Breaking News
  • Discovery, Plant-Based and Alternatives Lead the Top Ten Trends For 2019 Targeting increasingly adventurous consumers, set on new discoveries and experiences, will be key to developments in the food and beverage industry in 2019. The connected world has led consumers of all ages to become more knowledgeable of other cultures, contributing to 35 percent growth of “discovery” claims, when comparing 2017 and 2016 new product launch [...]...
  • Pearse Lyons Brewery to Open New Facility at Historic Irish Site Alltech Beverage Division Ireland (ABDI) has made an announcement about the planned opening of a new brewery at the historic site of the old MacArdle Moore Brewery in Dundalk. The new Pearse Lyons Brewery will incorporate the relocation of the Station Works Brewery in Newry, which was acquired by the late Dr. Pearse Lyons in [...]...
  • WRAP Comes Up With Winning Formula to Tackle Milk Waste A new report from the UK’s leading sustainability experts WRAP shows for the first time the scale of milk wastes across the food chain, from processing to our homes, and highlights ways we can significantly reduce the 330,000 tonnes of total milk lost each year, worth more than £150 million. Milk waste in the home is [...]...
  • Samworth Brothers Launches New Fitness-focused Ready Meal Range With Innovative Identity by Brandon Leading British food manufacturer Samworth Brothers is launching a ground-breaking range of ready meals to appeal to everyday athletes, with brand identity and packaging by design consultancy Brandon. Responding to an increasing consumer demand for healthier convenience options, the meals, which come in three variants – Cajun Chicken, Turmeric Chicken and Pad Thai Chicken – are [...]...
  • Premier Foods Shows Resilience Premier Foods has reported a 1.3% increase in group revenue to £358.0 million and a 6.2% rise in trading profit to £51.0 million for the 26 weeks ended 29 September 2018. The group’s largest brand, Mr Kipling, was key to this growth following an excellent consumer response to its relaunch in the UK with revenues [...]...

FrieslandCampina supports athletes

April 04
07:51 2016

NOC-NSF_team_nlFrieslandCampina DMV has developed two types of protein products – whey and casein – for all the athletes of TeamNL, the elite athletes of the Netherlands.

“We value the quality and expertise of FrieslandCampina; therefore we approached FrieslandCampina DMV to develop both whey and a casein protein sports nutrition product,” said Marco Antonnetti, marketing director of NOC*NSF.

“These products will be a part of their training and nutrition strategy. The products will be available for around 500 elite athletes.”

“Elite athletes need protein supplements with a high quality, a limited amount of other ingredients and are tested for doping,” said Willem Hoogwater, commercial director of FrieslandCampina DMV.

“FrieslandCampina DMV was able to develop these protein products exclusively for NOC*NSF. The market in performance nutrition is developing; we have the ambition to grow in Performance Nutrition and this is an excellent opportunity for us to show our dedication.”

NOC*NSF is the main organization for organised sports in the Netherlands. The 88 member organisations account for around 28.000 sport clubs which totals more than 5 million people involved in organised sports.

About Author

admin

admin

Related Articles



Food & Drink Business Conference & Exhibition 2016

Upcoming Events

  • November 21, 2018expoSE European Asparagus and Strawberry Fair
  • November 27, 2018Health Ingredients Europe
  • November 28, 2018FOOD & LIFE
  • December 3, 2018P&P 2018
AEC v1.0.4

find food jobs

The Magazine

F&D Business Preferred Suppliers

New Subscriber





Subscribe Here



Advertisements