By Aslam Shaikh, senior research analyst, MarketsandMarkets
While dairy has traditionally been the most common format for probiotic products, the non-dairy beverages segment is expected to growth at a CAGR of 9.6% from 2017 – 2022. With a rise of more than 30% in sales of refrigerated probiotics drinks and juices...
Riding the successful launch of its aloe vera spoonable yogurt last year, Alove (a brand under Morinaga Nutritional Foods, Inc.) debuted a low-fat drinkable yogurt lineup meant to grow on-the-go yogurt consumption and introduce US consumers to something...
Dairy products fortified with well-documented probiotic strains are a tougher find in functional food for kids, according to Chr. Hansen, and parents are looking for guidance when navigating this developing category.
The rising demand for dairy in China, growing at 6% to 7% rate annually, is teetering on outpacing volume growth of the category (increasing by 3% to 4% every year) as the country shows great interest in dairy products, according to Mintel.
DuPont held a ground-breaking ceremony for a deep-freeze warehouse in response to increasing demand for frozen and freeze-dried starter cultures from the global yogurt, fresh fermented and cheese markets, in Niebüll, Germany, this week.
Chobani’s third and largest incubator class for Spring 2018 includes nine “purpose-driven” food and beverage startups selected by CEO Hamdi Ulukaya based on their potential to transform traditional product categories.