Chr. Hansen's scientific study found that a unique infant formula with immune-boosting qualities is safe for consumption by babies.
Foodtech startup ChickP has teamed up with select food companies to help formulate egg-free recipes.
The Nucane process is being used to create low-GI sugar at a NSW mill.
Nutrilac FO-7875 allows manufacturers to develop yoghurts (both spoonable and drinkable) with higher protein.
Chr. Hansen launches the VEGA Culture Kit specifically developed for fermented plant bases.
GNT has launched two EXBERRY Coloring Foods made from turmeric and spirulina, opening up opportunities for clean-label greens.
Garlic-flavoured drinks could become a thing and wellness shots are on trend as juice makers experiment with prebiotic ingredients.
Nestlé is evaluating technologies for cultured meat or cultured-meat ingredients with several external partners and and start-ups.
Kellogg’s Australia now has gluten-free versions of Coco Pops and Sultana Bran cereals as part of its gluten-free portfolio.
Researchers have cultivated a well-known probiotic to naturally grow in milk without the use of gene editing, which could potentially lead to infant product applications.
Salmonella Enteritidis has been detected on a New Zealand North island egg production farm.
Chr. Hansen Natural Colors A/S, an EQT portfolio company, has announced a new company name and identity following the move to a standalone company.