A broader acceptance of a lifestyle promoting immune health has botanicals like guava, holy basil and amla on the rise alongside minerals like zinc.
After unveiling its paper bottle prototype last year, Coca-Cola is rolling out its initial market trial of the packaging in Hungary this summer. The paper bottle technology will be used to distribute 2,000 units of its plant-based smoothie brand, AdeZ, on Hungry’s popular online grocery retailer kifli.hu.
This new year will bloom the food technology sector, with new trends of technology, innovations, and alternatives. 2021 will be the year of plant-based food sustainability and new technologies.
Last year significantly impacted the living and eating habits of people. The same will also be observed in the upcoming year, let’s look at our list of Food technology trends in 2021.
Plant-based branding strategies could be compromised by the potential adoption of EU ban on the evocation of dairy by alternative producers.
Don’t expect a novel food authorisation for CBD in Europe any time soon – applications remain mired in the European Commission process, as CBD-Intel reports.
Supplemental alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) might benefit pregnant women suffering from gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM)—glucose intolerance—and potentially prevent them from developing type 2 diabetes later in life.
Clinical trial results reveal curcumin supplementation’s effectiveness in reducing muscle soreness while maintaining muscle power in healthy young adults.
As the largest food companies across the globe make inspiring yet challenging commitments to net-zero operations, Erik Bruun Bindslev shares the 6 Ps of his regenerative business model.
Research suggests a link between sleep physiology and the gut microbiome.
Supplementation with anthocyanins and bromelain could support skeletal muscle oxygen utility capacity, hemodynamic and endothelial (vascular) functions in healthy adults.