Protein

Silk is harvested from farmed silkworms, which is a costly and time consuming process.©iStock/volkanbys

Swedes spin silk from whey protein

By Will Chu

Whey protein has become the unlikely source for producing artificial silk as researchers have perfected a method that uses nanostructures to form this high-demand material.

Arla launches four new protein hydrolysates for sports nutrition

Arla: 'We believe we'll see more protein gels going forward'

By Adi Menayang

Gel, powder, milky beverage, and clear beverage—these are the four whey protein applications Arla's new hydrolysates were designed for. And by breaking down the whey protein with enzymes, the ingredient should be absorbed by the body faster, the...

Eight food industry players have already signed up to the project. © iStock

Just how nutritious are sustainable proteins?

By Niamh Michail

The need for sustainable proteins is on the rise, but are they as healthy and nutritious as their mainstream equivalents? A public-private partnership (PPP) coordinated by Wageningen University aims to determine just that, and is on the lookout for more...

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