A $250,000 Commercialisation Australia grant is helping researchers from the University of Queensland (UQ) commercialise a food processing technique that will enable juice, milk and other dairy products to be fortified with probiotics and omega-3.
A study by researchers at RTI International and George Washington university has shown that food shopping experience, rather than cost of produce, may impact how many serves of fruit and vegetables people eat.
Food processors could experience increased pressure to reduce salt in food products, following the publication of a study linking salt intake with gastric cancer.
The US Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) has submitted its thoughts on reducing sodium consumption in the United States to several official bodies: the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Services (FSIS). The IFT offered scientific perspectives and practical insights on reducing sodium intake in the US.
Progel is developing technology to fortify milk and juice products with probiotics and omega-3.
New research carried out in the UK has found out more information on human noroviruses.
A study has confirmed the safety of Australia’s food supply.
A food and nutrition lab is being opened in Sweden by IMCD Nordic, part of the IMCD Group. It will be an extension of the activities carried out at the IMCD Food & Nutrition Technical Centre in Belgium.
An Australian invention, which monitors the behaviour of starches as they are cooked, could revolutionise food manufacturing processes.
Three research programs delivered good results and played a role in innovation and new ideas for the Australian pork industry.
Australian and Chinese researchers are collaborating to improve global food security against pests and diseases.
A study, to be published, has found that soy protein consumption can reduce the progression of clogged arteries in women within five years of menopause.
Chr. Hansen partners with Amino Up to create clinically documented products that address health and wellbeing.
Caffeine is the world's most widely used central nervous system stimulant, with approximately 80% consumed in the form of coffee. However, studies that analyse prospectively the relationship between coffee or caffeine consumption and depression risk are scarce.
Scientists from the Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics have produced rice with iron levels which meet daily recommended requirements for iron intake.