Functional Dairy

Dairy Dialog podcast episode 7: Arla UK, Lycored and Epi Ingredients

Dairy Dialog podcast: Arla Foods UK, Lycored and Epi Ingredients

By Jim Cornall

This week’s podcast includes interviews with Graham Wilkinson, head of agriculture at Arla Foods UK and strategic lead for the Arla UK 360 program, Lycored head of marketing (food) Christiane Lippert on cheese colors, and Epi Ingredients marketing manager...

Elmhurst's unsweetened drinks are made from just two ingredients--nuts and water.

Elmhurst expands offerings one year into plant-based switch

By Beth Newhart

Formerly known as Elmhurst Dairy, the New York-based creamery switched from producing dairy products to only producing plant-based products in May 2017. More than a year later it’s still developing new flavors of its ‘milked’ nuts and grains and introducing...

Three Valio products have been chosen by the SIAL Jury for the SIAL Innovation Selection.

Valio to unveil products at SIAL Paris

By Jim Cornall

Finnish dairy company Valio will unveil new products including Valio MiFU, a new, milk-based alternative to meat, at SIAL Paris from October 21-25.

The program has produced 49 emerging growth companies and launched 31 pilots in two years. Pic: ©GettyImages/Jesper Mattias

Nestlé partners with startups for TERRA Food Accelerator

By Beth Newhart

The third cohort of the TERRA Food & Agriculture Accelerator kicked off its corporate partnerships this week. Nestlé USA is working with three startups developing foods focused on plant-based nutrition, simple labels and fresh ingredients.

The company says the product, derived from citrus peel, delivers ‘an indulgent creamy, full-bodied, mouthfeel similar to carrageenan in crème desserts and to gelatin in panna cotta.'

CP Kelco launches citrus-based texturizing agent for desserts

By Jim Cornall

CP Kelco, a US-based global producer of specialty hydrocolloid ingredients, has announced the market availability of GENU Explorer Pectin ND-200, a label-friendly food ingredient solution designed for neutral pH dairy desserts.

Researchers said camel whey protein hydrolysates show potential anticancer activity against human liver cancer HepG2 cells.

Could whey from camel milk have anti-cancer properties?

By Jim Cornall

Researchers in the United Arab Emirates say they saw enhanced anti-proliferative, anti-diabetic, and anti-inflammatory activities upon hydrolysis of camel whey proteins, indicating their potential utilization as bioactive and functional ingredients.

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