Loryma Lory Crumb breading ingredient portfolio

08 April, 2024 | Supplied by: Loryma GmbH

The Lory Crumb portfolio includes a number of extrudates in various shapes and colours for breadings.

Whey to go: upcycling dairy waste into a beverage

04 April, 2024

Arla Foods Ingredients has launched a fermented beverage concept that demonstrates how dairies can reduce waste and increase yield by upcycling whey.

Rice being explored as a 'clean label' thickener

04 April, 2024

Polyphenols and proteins from pigmented waxy rice are being explored as a natural alternative to modified starch, which could have future uses for cereals, pudding or pasta.

Kombucha effect on fat metabolism studied

02 April, 2024

Researchers have found that the microbes in kombucha make changes to fat metabolism in the intestines of a model worm species similar to the effects of fasting.

Cereal fortification: can it address anaemia?

25 March, 2024 | Supplied by: Nestlé

Research has shown that food fortification, particularly infant cereal fortification, can reduce iron deficiency among infants aged 6+ months.

Cultivated chicken: with 50% less carbon

22 March, 2024

A life cycle analysis (LCA) was conducted to evaluate the anticipated environmental impact of large-scale production of the company's cultivated chicken.

Solution designed to give cheese a protein boost

15 March, 2024

Arla Foods Ingredients is demonstrating how manufacturers can meet demand for high-protein cheese products that combine nutritional quality with indulgence.

Arla Foods Ingredients to cut carbon emissions with heat pump technology

11 March, 2024

The ingredients manufacturer is investing in an electric heat pump facility at its primary processing plant in Denmark to help reduce emissions by around 22%.

FDA recalls more cinnamon products in the US

08 March, 2024

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is taking additional steps to address concerns about elevated lead levels in cinnamon following a recent recall of certain cinnamon apple sauce pouches in the US.

Acrylerase enzymatic solution to reduce acrylamide levels in soluble coffee products

04 March, 2024

c-LEcta and ANKA have developed Acrylerase — a new food enzyme to reduce acrylamide in instant coffee and ready-to-drink coffee beverages.

The 'plant-wearable' pesticide sensor

16 February, 2024

Brazilian researchers have developed a sensor that can be placed directly on the surface of a vegetable or fruit to detect the presence of pesticides.

Serving up the next alt-protein — cell-cultured beef rice

15 February, 2024

Korean scientists have added a new recipe to the list of alternative proteins by growing animal muscle and fat cells inside rice to improve its nutritional value.

Lowering the cost of cultivated meat production

14 February, 2024

Cultivated meat production costs could be reduced thanks to new cells created at Tufts University, making alt-meat a more viable option for the food industry.

Solving the recent orange juice off-flavour mystery

07 February, 2024

A food science research team in Germany has solved the mystery of a new clove-like off-flavour in orange juice, the cause of which was previously unknown.

The veggie powders combating food waste

07 February, 2024

Nutri V has launched a range of Australian grown, 100% pure vegetable powder, repurposing imperfect broccoli, cauliflower and pumpkin into shelf-stable powders.

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