The California Milk Processor Board (CMPB) has announced a new loyalty program that will allow California residents to accrue rewards from buying fluid milk products. ‘Moo Money’ will run through April.
DSM have been granted an extension by the European Commission (EC) that permits the use of Schizochytrium sp. oil as a source of omega-3 fatty acid for use in foods that include supplements, infant and sports nutrition products.
A new processing sequence that prevents high spore counts in milk powder production has been patented in the US. Caloris develop a unique cleaning method that will help reduce the risk of bacterial contamination during manufacturing.
A new make-your-own nut-based milk alternative is hitting the market this month. Modest Mylk is a nut paste sold in glass jars designed to blend with water into a ‘milk-like’ beverage, which the company says is more sustainable and affordable than conventional...
Advocacy groups and charities have urged The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) to remove sponsorship from infant formula firms for its upcoming Middle East and North Africa conference.
In our latest Nutrition Asia video series, we find out what parents in APAC want, what new infant formula innovations to expect this year, and how industry can better provide for children’s nutritional needs.
The Winter Fancy Food Show (WWFS) last week featured 1,400 companies and more than 25,000 attendees looking out for the latest trends in food and drink. More functional and plant-based CPGs are on the dairy horizon for 2019.
According to a Euromonitor report on trends and developments in sports nutrition, the sports nutrition segment is valued at $11.9bn, with the largest chunk of that market in North America; roughly 70% of the market.
From revamped regulations in New Zealand and India to controversy surrounding infant formula brands in APAC and a supplement firm in China, this month's regulatory review covers the latest news on ingredient, advertising and manufacturing laws in...
Greek yogurt giant Chobani has jumped on the popular plant-based wave and introduced a line of non-dairy yogurt alternative drink and cup products. It follows last month’s announcement of Chobani’s significant expansion into kids’ yogurt.