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Overcoming clean-in-place challenges in hygienic applications

Hygienic applications are bound to the most stringent compliance regulations, a natural expectation considering the importance of maintaining a sanitary environment for processes involving food, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Established by different regulatory agencies around the world – including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA); 3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc., (3-A); and the European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group (EHEDG) – these regulations have proven […]

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Imagindairy start-up raises $28m for its cow-free dairy innovation

Israel-based FoodTech start-up Imagindairy, Ltd., developer of animal-free milk proteins, has secured an additional US$15 million in an extended seed funding round in May. The initial round in November 2021 brought in $13 million. This brings the total investment capital to $28 million, making it one of the highestearning seed rounds in the alternative protein […]

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Nutritional labelling and an opportunity for food manufacturers

Over the past two decades, nutritional labelling on food packaging has become increasingly important from a customer and a consumer perspective. It’s clear that consumer sentiment around improving health coupled with a food industry desire to support that agenda have combined to catalyse change.

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Making the commitment to WHO’s best practice on industrially produced trans-fatty acids

As food manufacturers seek ways to help improve consumer diets, Cargill is supporting their customers by committing to remove iTFAs from its entire global edible oils portfolio. This helps both Cargill and its customers comply with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommended standard of a maximum two grams of industrially produced transfatty acids (iTFA) per 100 grams fats/oils by the end of 2023.

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Dairy trends in Europe

The purchase of dairy products has been on the decline for several years with many turning to dairy alternatives. However, a third (34%) of 18-35-year-olds in Europe are consuming more dairy than they were three years ago.