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New science to drive whey fractions market

More science is needed to encourage food and drink makers to invest in new formulations using third generation whey products, finds a new report that suggests more clinical trials and...

Isolated soy protein may help diabetes sufferers

Adding isolated soy protein to men's diets could help reduce problems experienced in the advanced stages of type two diabetes, according to a small study by researchers at the University...

Demand for added-value whey to rise in Middle East

An increasingly sophisticated food market in the Middle East will open up opportunities for food makers and suppliers of third generation, added-value whey products in Saudi Arabia and Egypt, writes...

Soybean protein reduces body fat in women

A Japanese study finds that soybean beta-conglycinin may help to maintain a healthy body fat ratio and serum lipid levels in healthy women.

Infant formula playing a role in adult disease?

New research appears to lend weight to the theory that rapid growth in infancy, boosted by enriched infant formulas, might increase the risk of heart disease and stroke later in...

Mothers' milk protein linked to obesity risk

Human milk has long been thought to have an effect on reducing the likelihood of obesity among adults, but scientists have struggled to say exactly why this is the case...

Europe builds on vegetable proteins

Helping Europe reduce the massive 70 per cent of vegetable proteins it imports for consumption, a new EU-funded project will focus on how we can obtain quality proteins from grain...

Dairy, vegetable proteins may protect against gout

A new study points to yet another risk associated with a diet rich in animal protein - it may increase the risk of gout, the most common form of inflammatory...

Sweet is the 'whey' to go in eastern Europe

Countdown to the integration of 10 new member states in Europe this April begins under the aegis of the Irish presidency. For manufacturers, a clear understanding of the marketplace in...

Glanbia breaks ground on whey processing facility

Irish dairy group Glanbia has begun construction of a new cheese and whey manufacturing facility expected to generate sales of around $350 million per annum when completed next year.

The whey forward

As the industry turns to new income sources, dairy companies are fast turning whey into value-added food ingredients for the food, dietary supplements and nutraceutical...

Whey to go

One of the most important issues in cheese making is the reduction of fat and cheese fines in whey. While many modern cheese plants recover...

The whey to succeed

Glanbia , the Irish dairy group, is to form a three-way partnership with Dairy Farmers of America and Select Milk Producers which will extend production of...

Valio adds LGG to infant formula

Finnish dairy company Valio has seen the launch of two infant nutrition products this spring, both in Finland and abroad, featuring the probiotic lactic acid...

EPI launches high protein dairy ingredient

French dairy ingredients company EPI Ingredients has launched a new product under its Epilac line of fermented dairy proteins. Epilac 910, based on the original...

Whey too good...

A food scientist in the US claims to have come up with a solution to the murky liquid that floats at the top after tearing...

Whey to go...

US supplier of applied protein sciences Proliant and Trega Foods, latterly known as Weyauwega Milk Products, a manufacturer of cheese and dairy-based ingredients, this week...

Can dairy proteins help control weight gain?

The dangers of high-protein, low carbohydrate diets for weight loss have been highlighted by the media in recent months but new research seeks to explain...

Research on milk protein/heart disease link causes dispute

Research commissioned by New Zealand company A2 shows that there could be a link between heart disease and a protein in milk, according to a...

Edible packaging from dairy protein

A scientist at the US Agricultural Research Service (ARS) has received a patent for her method to turn a milk protein into water-resistant films that...

Probiotic bacteria at weaning may help alleviate allergy in infants

Probiotics or 'friendly' bacteria given to babies during weaning may help alleviate the symptoms of eczema, according to research published in the British journal Gut....

Milk protein more effective than St John's Wort

A new supplement based on a milk protein has been introduced on the market to help relieve stress, ease anxiety and alleviate sleep disorders. The...

European whey processing venture

Volac International of the UK and Dutch group D.O.C Kaas are to form a new joint venture company which will use cutting edge technology to...

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