Localizing fluid milk supply may not be a positive move for the dairy supply chain, according to a study in the journal Environmental Science and Technology.
Eating dairy, especially yogurt, could go a long way toward reducing the risk of hypertension and stoke, according to a recent study.
Europeans who are able to easily digest cheese can thank Russian farmers from more than 4,000 years ago, according to recent DNA research.
There is no evidence that the probiotic strain Bifidobacterium breve can reduce the risk of necrotising enterocolitis (NEC), late-onset sepsis and death in preterm infants, a study of 1315 infants has found....
UK start-up Protein Pow has secured a host of retail listings including Tesco for its home-baking nutrition powders.
If dairy manufacturers want to build trust with consumers, improving transparency will go a long way, according to the Center for Food Integrity.
Probiota 2016 in Amsterdam is extending the deadline to submit abstracts for the Scientific Frontiers competition to December 14. We've had 15 entries but our scientific panel wants to see more...
Low energy sweeteners commonly used in diet sodas may help with weight loss, says a University of Bristol study, adding that confusion among consumers between sweeteners and sugar needs to be...
Fonterra's work with FOSS and Arla Foods on a method to screen for adulterants served as a foundation for the development of its award-winning Milk Fingerprinting technology.
As higher quantities and qualities of milk fat become trendier, the demand will likely become greater. How can the industry meet this demand? It will likely take vast improvements on...
Those who eat a low-fat diet may have a harder time losing weight and keeping it off over time, according to a recent study.
A vote this week from the Council of the EU means the updated novel food regulation will soon be written into EU law books.
A study claims that while snacks in schools are getting healthier, snack companies are still targeting children with unhealthy snacks.
A study suggests consumers have positive emotional responses to yogurts that are vanilla-flavored or low in fat.
Novozymes has launched a tool to quickly detect the lactose content of milk, allowing producers in emerging markets without costly lab equipment to tap into the free-from trend.
Heat-treated probiotics may offer greater immunity benefits than their ‘live’ originals, according to just-published Nestlé Nutrition and Health research.
Seven years ago the Irish government backed a collaborative industry-academic milk mining project to add value to the country’s dairy sector. Some have questioned why commercially usable research results have...
Although official dietary guidelines have advised against excessive consumption of whole fat milk for years, a study said it may be a good idea to include full-fat dairy products in...
Obese mothers may be paving the way for later obesity in their children through the transmission of ‘non-nutritious carbohydrates’ in breast milk, say researchers.
Further research is warranted into the preventative effects of probiotics against aflatoxin toxicity, a cause of liver cancer, a Yakult-funded study has highlighted.
South Korean scientists have verified the ability of a phage to decontaminate infant formula tainted with Cronobacter sakazakii.
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has been recognized for the development of its Milk Fingerprinting technology.
Consumer trends are actively changing how food items are packaged, according to a report released at this year’s Pack Expo Las Vegas and Pharma Expo 2015.
Artificial radionuclide caesium-137 is “virtually not present” in infant formula produced in countries within the vicinity of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a study has found.
Consumers end up eating for much longer stretches of the day than they had anticipated with over half of adults eating over a 15-hour span daily, says new research.