Ingredient manufacturer Prinova has developed a full range of silicon dioxide-free infant nutrition premixes, which it says are a response to growing concerns about the potential health impact of nanoparticles.
On this week’s Dairy Dialog podcast, we have four guests, in three interviews. We talk to Dheeraj Talreja, president of AAK Kamani and Varun Deshpande, managing director at the Good Food Institute India; Dr Stephanie Venn-Watson, CEO and co-founder of...
Dustin Boughton, procurement director at Maxum Foods in Australia and New Zealand, says dairy markets turned the corner in May with improving demand as COVID-19 lockdowns started to ease in most regions while milk output slowed in the US and EU.
Nutricia, part of the food, beverage and nutrition company Danone, has announced it is supporting research by independent medical professionals to define guidelines for nutritional care for COVID-19 patients recovering after ICU discharge.
A new report by WHO, UNICEF, and the International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) says despite efforts to stop the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, countries are still falling short in protecting parents from misleading information.
Luxme International said in response to dairy industry demands for an enclosed, hygienic, dust-free solution for opening bags of bulk foods, it has launched an automated, food-grade bag slitter, set to make manual bag dump stations redundant.
UK based Christeyns Food Hygiene, which manufactures specialist hygiene solutions, is stressing the importance of hard surface hygiene in reducing the risks of future coronavirus contamination and protecting staff.
ESI Nutrition, the nutrition division of French dairy cooperative Laïta, has announced that, after two years of planning, construction, and set up, its new production line in its Ploudaniel’s facility is now fully operational.
ADM and Hospital de Sagunto, one of the largest medical centers in the Valencia region of Spain have partnered on a clinical trial into the effects of using a food supplement containing live microbial strains to promote gut microbiome balance and help...
AAK Kamani, AAK’s majority-owned Indian joint venture, has partnered with the Good Food Institute India to collaborate on research and business promotion aimed at advancing India’s market for plant-based dairy and meat alternatives.