Dairy Beverages

For containers that need to be resealed after opening, a two-piece design is used. Pic: Selig

Delivering tamper-evident dairy packaging

By Jim Cornall

Demand from consumers and retailers for confidence in both the freshness and the integrity of food and drink products is stronger than ever.

SweetBiotix is composed of naturally sweet fibers with a taste similar to sucrose that are not digested in the gut, making it free from calories. Pic: ©Getty Images/puhhha

Global dairy company to evaluate SweetBiotix calorie-free product

By Jim Cornall

OptiBiotix Health plc, a UK-based life sciences business developing compounds to tackle obesity, high cholesterol and diabetes, has entered into an evaluation agreement with a global dairy company for its SweetBiotix calorie-free sweet fibers.

The new guidelines document from the EDA includes an explanation of terms and sample scenarios for dairy producers. Pic: ©Getty Images/reportman1985

EDA issues guidelines on Voluntary Origin Labelling

By Jim Cornall

The European Dairy Association (EDA) has issued its sectorial Guidelines for the voluntary indication of the origin of dairy products as an industry reference in the implementation of the new rules laid down in the EU Commission Implementing Regulation...

Milkshakes and fruit juices are exempt from the UK's sugar tax - but can still contain high amounts of sugar. Pic: getty/mindstyle

UK sets sugar reduction targets for juice and milk-based drinks

By Rachel Arthur

Juice and milk-based drinks are currently exempt from the UK’s sugar tax: but Public Health England has set out targets for sugar reduction in these categories – and says that progress will be taken into account when it reviews the milk-based drinks exemption...

There are a wealth of potential products to be launched for the 'silver generation.' Pic: ©Getty Images/monkeybusinessimages

INCluSilver – innovation of personalized nutrition

By Jim Cornall

The European Union-funded INCluSilver project aims to support collaboration between actors belonging to different sectors in order to create the optimal conditions for generating and validating innovative ideas in the field of personalized nutrition for...

The LactoSens 0.01% test – recently validated against HPLC - is a direct assay on a biochip that specifically measures lactose in minutes in milk and dairy products including yogurt, sour cream, cream cheese and mozzarella.

LactoSens opens up lactose-free market

By Jim Cornall

As the increasing importance of “lactose free” products, the relevant threshold for “lactose-free” labeling has been reduced, an Austrian company has launched a device capable of accurately measuring the lower lactose threshold in dairy products.

Introducing the FoodNavigator-USA summit 2018: FOOD FOR KIDS!

What's in your lunchbox? Healthy meals, snacks and drinks for children

Introducing the FoodNavigator-USA summit 2018: FOOD FOR KIDS!

By Elaine Watson

Almost one in three American children is overweight or obese, and one in every 13 has a food allergy.* So how can retailers, packaged food brands and the foodservice industry address these concerns, and develop nutritious and delicious meals, snacks,...

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