No eggs, no milk, no meat no more and more people are forgoing animal ingredients. Current market studies confirm that the number of people adhering to a vegan diet is continuously rising worldwide. This trend is particularly pronounced among young people.
If your business deals in food, or animal feed, your responsibility to make sure it is safe will continue to be requirement of law after 31 January 2020. On that date, the UK left the EU and entered into a transition period until the end of 2020.
Tetra Pak today reveals the findings from a global research study in partnership with Ipsos1 on the two most pressing consumer demands: the environment and health. They have historically been seen, and communicated, as separate areas: however they are increasingly converging, creating pivotal opportunities for food and beverage (F&B) brands in how they market their […]
Concentrated form of cheese contains high milk fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals. Proteins that are present in cheese concentrates make cheese the most in-demand ingredient for flavouring various food products. Cheese concentrates also have high quantities of calcium and phosphorous compounds, which are important to maintain bone health in humans. Besides, micro-level nutrients present in cheese concentrates such as water soluble and fat soluble vitamins, boost the value of foods and act as health boosters. This is resulting in the rising usage of cheese concentrate in food products as a flavouring ingredient as well as a supporting nutritious ingredient.
Eggs significantly increased growth in young children and reduced their stunting by 47 percent, finds a new study from a leading child-nutrition expert at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. This was a much greater effect than had been shown in previous studies.
Coconut water is the liquid obtained from the unripe fruits of the coconut tree. It has seen as substantial increase in popularity over the past couple of years. However, the analyses by QSI, a Tentamus company, revealed that more than a quarter of the products from shops contain undeclared extraneous sugars. As a low-calorie, low sugar and isotonic soft drink coconut water is an obvious alternative for consumers and athletes to the more common sugared soft drinks. Coconut water is also said to exert a health promoting effect due to its constituents like vitamins and minerals, for example potassium. Unlike coconut water, coconut milk is obtained from the pulp of the ripe fruit instead.