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Natural flour is rich in omega-3

LimaLin Gold improves the Limagrain Cereales Ingrédients ingredient range by increasing omega-3 in two ways



CPhI Pharma Insights: formulation and ingredients report

CPhI Worldwide and CPhI Pharma Evolution announce the conclusions of its first monthly report into the current status of the formulation and ingredients market- conducted amongst high level executives and experts from across the industry over the last month.



Frutarom announces strategic move into functional foods market

Frutarom Health announces a strategic move into the functional foods market on a global scale, furthering the strong positioning of its functional ingredients in the nutraceuticals market.



Stevia: the fast growing alternative to sugar

Natural sweetener derived from a plant native to Central and South America



Colour palette for macaroons

Barry Callebaut launches a user-friendly and qualitative way to colour macaroons



Clean label, gluten-free pasta

Limagrain Céréales Ingrédients entered into collaboration with Italian University of Foggia to produce Westhove Maize 23



LycoRed expands natural beta-carotene production capacity

LycoRed announces the expansion of production capacity of its natural beta-carotene colouring line in response to the growing demand of food and beverage companies in the US, West Europe and Asia-Pacific.



Burgopak packaging solutions utilised for Aragan product range

Aragan, a leading French laboratory that specialises in the use of natural ingredients, has selected Burgopak Healthcare & Technology to package their unique range of probiotics and dietary supplements.



Frutarom and AB-Biotics join to promote an encapsulated iron

Frutarom Health, Switzerland, and the AB-Biotics biotech company, Spain, have signed an exclusive global Agency sale and marketing agreement for marketing AB-Fortis, an encapsulated iron solution for the functional food market.



Caldic opens up new possibilities in Asia for the food and chemical sector

Caldic B.V., distributor and producer of food ingredients and chemicals, is continuing its growth in emerging markets through the creation of Caldic India Pvt Ltd, based in Mumbai, India.



Nestlé removes all artificial ingredients from all its confectionery in the UK

Nestlé has become the first major confectionery manufacturer in the United Kingdom to remove all artificial ingredients from its entire confectionery range.



Measurement of pharmaceutical active ingredients and excipients

Nick Barnett outlines developments in Raman spectroscopy



Natural flavours are key for ingredients growth

The Chinese monk fruit, low-sodium salt, natural flavours for coffees and new flours are among the latest novel ingredients to grace the marketplace



Novel process separates whey proteins into high-value ingredients

Natalya Clark discusses a novel way for the separation of α-lactalbumin and [g2]-lactoglobulin in whey.



Ingredients: Healing power of blueberry leaves

A chemical found in blueberry leaves has shown a strong effect in blocking the Hepatitis C virus, opening up a new avenue for treating chronic HCV infections.



Ingredients: Probiotics aid weightloss

Research suggests that the use of a dietary supplement after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery can help obese patients to more quickly lose weight and to avoid deficiency of a critical B vitamin.



Ingredients: Spices reduce cancer risk

Researchers have found that curcumin, a popular Indian spice derived from the turmeric root, could reduce the cancer risk for women after exposure to hormone replacement therapy.



Trans fat ingredients hinder blood flow pathways

Partially hydrogenated vegetable oils in processed foods contain trans fatty acids that interfere with the regulation of blood flow. A new report reveals how.



The bitter side of sweetener ingredients

Sewage treatment plants fail to remove artificial sweeteners completely from waste water and contaminate waters downstream and may still be present in our drinking water.



Longer life linked to ingredients in Mediterranean diet

Some food groups in the Mediterranean diet are more important than others in promoting health and longer life, according to new research.



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