Electricity produced protein could be answer to world hunger

Electricity produced protein could be answer to world hunger

Researchers in Finland have produced a batch of single-cell protein using electricity and carbon dioxide. The researchers – from Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT) and...
Arla keep high protein bars chewy for a year

Arla keep high protein bars chewy for a year

Arla Foods Ingredients have introduced a new whey protein solution that stays soft for at least a year, ending one of the biggest consumer...
PureCircle produces stevia extract with ‘sugar-like’ taste

PureCircle produces stevia extract with ‘sugar-like’ taste

PureCircle has produced the first stevia leaf extract from the new StarLeaf stevia, which contains over 20 times more sugar-like steviol glycoside content compared...
Opportunity for adult soft drinks as consumers embrace moderate alcohol consumption

Opportunity for adult soft drinks as consumers embrace moderate alcohol consumption

As consumers across Europe embrace a healthier lifestyle, a growing trend for more moderate alcohol consumption is emerging. Research conducted by brewing ingredient and taste...
Wheat starches go gluten-free

Wheat starches go gluten-free

Germany and the UK are both experiencing a rise in sales of gluten-free food products and the trend shows no signs of slowing down. Gluten-free...
Stevia use on the up for food and beverages

Evolva developing next-gen sweetener with Cargill

Evolva and Cargill are collaboration on a next-generation stevia sweetener, earmarked for a 2018 launch. EverSweet is a next-gen stevia sweetener that solves both the...
Memphis Meats produce poultry meat without the animal

Memphis Meats produce poultry meat without the animal

Memphis Meats has reached a milestone for the ‘clean meat’ industry after unveiling the production of the world’s first clean chicken and duck. This latest...
Beer bound for the final frontier as Budweiser targets Mars

Beer bound for the final frontier as Budweiser targets Mars

Budweiser has unveiled a long-term ambition to be the first beer of Mars, with the aim of creating microgravity beer for when humans make...
Research partnership paves way for next-gen meat substitutes

Research partnership paves way for next-gen meat substitutes

Plant Meat Matters, a four year public-private partnership paving the way for a new generation of meat substitutes, is launching this spring. With partners covering...
Scientists shed dependence on seasonality with fast growing broccoli

Scientists shed dependence on seasonality with fast growing broccoli

Scientists at the John Innes Centre are reducing dependence on seasonality by developing a new line of fast-growing sprouting broccoli that goes from seed...

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