Arla Foods Ingredients

According to Arla Food Ingredients, good nutrition, including dairy products, can 'turn back the clock.'

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Arla Food Ingredients says change your body age

By Mary Ellen Shoup and Jim Cornall

Consumers aged 50+ can’t do anything about their chronological age, but they can slow down their ‘body age,’ according to Arla Food Ingredients.

A study in Malawi and Mozambique suggests whey ingredients speed up the recovery of moderately malnourished children.

Whey ingredients help malnutrition treatment: study

By Jim Cornall

A clinical study of ready-to-use supplementary food (RUSF) has shown for the first time that the addition of whey ingredients speeds up the recovery of moderately malnourished children.

Attendees of the Arla Food Ingredients seminar in Beijing heard about the latest whey protein research

Arla Foods Ingredients holds annual seminar

By Jim Cornall

At the recent Arla Foods Ingredients annual seminar in Beijing, Professor Yvan Vandenplas from UZ Brussel, Belgium, reviewed studies that have investigated useful alternatives to standard formulas made with cow’s milk.

Food firms are 'wishing up' to the cash rich ageing consumer market

'Stay active in old age' - dairy targets the elderly

By Nicholas Robinson

Arla Foods Ingredients has responded to a rise in elderly consumers in Europe by launching its Nutrilac Ageless whey protein and calcium ingredient, to boost protein content in yogurts and desserts.

Arla: 1m tons of acid whey waste could be cut

Arla: 1m tons of acid whey waste could be cut

By Rachel Arthur

Greek yogurt manufacturers in the US could cut acid whey output by a collective 1m tons a year, by using this by-product to make additional dairy foods, claims Arla Foods Ingredients (AFI). 

Cutting ingredient costs 'should not be seen as a negative': AFI

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Cutting ingredient costs 'should not be seen as a negative': AFI

By Mark ASTLEY

Arla Foods Ingredients (AFI) believes that the use of cost-cutting dairy ingredients "should not be seen as a negative," despite acknowledging that quality risks "certainly do exist."

New ingredient developments 'start with the consumer': Arla

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New ingredient developments 'start with the consumer': Arla

By Mark ASTLEY

In response to ever-increasing demand for value-added dairy products, ingredient suppliers have been forced to refresh the way they develop and market their products, Arla Foods Ingredients told DairyReporter.com.

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