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A comprehensive and nutritional diet that targets what consumers eat and drink can offer dietary benefits for healthy ageing. By Lee Jie Ying, senior strategic marketing manager of plant-based at Kerry APMEA and Genny Tan, business development manager of AH&N at Kerry APAC & Southeast Asia More consumers today accept ageing...
As health concerns mount over children’s diets and their sugar intake, stevia is taking a lead role in sugar reduction efforts for confectionery products. Sugary products can have an irresistible charm with children, but rising trends in tooth decay, weight gain, and chronic metabolic diseases such as diabetes have been...
With the rise of Web3-enabled technologies and blockchain, producers can look towards a new, digital future for proving their source of their products and secure their reputations. By Agatha Wong For many years, the issue of traceability in the food and beverage industry has been of concern to both consumers and...
For consumers around the world, the term “California grown” brings to mind two distinct features: quality and taste. The Golden State’s rich temperate Mediterranean climate has endowed the region with fertile soil, and its farmers’ attention to sustainability and innovation continues to supply more than 400 commodities globally. At...
Better conditions and growing demand are generating incredible growth among regional beverage bottlers in Tanzania. This also goes for Watercom, an enterprise that in the space of a few years has invested in two KHS lines for water, soft drinks and juice. With persistently high annual growth rates of 5%...
By Ron Baruchi, CEO of Agmatix The food industry has grown substantially over the past few decades. Where individuals used to visit their local grocer for fresh fruits and vegetables, they now have the choice of several supermarkets in every town, not to mention online shopping and even same day...
Enclosed cable and disc systems can safely and gently convey volumes comparable to belt or bucket systems with less power, product loss, damage, or downtime. By Del Williams, technical writer Food processors have long sought a safer, more energy-efficient means to convey product with less spillage, breakage, or downtime due to...
Damien Gibson, global category director of apples at TOMRA Food, analyses the challenges faced by apple packhouses, and explains how TOMRA Food’s solutions allow them to reduce the labour required for sorting whilst significantly improving the consistency, and accuracy and packout of the sorted product. Although apples are one of...
By Del Williams, technical writer, ACME Engineering Automated scraper strainers, which pre-filter aqueous products and ingredients and wastewater, protect fragile membrane systems from damage caused by large, suspended particles. The use of membrane technology as a processing and separation method in the food industry is gaining wide application for demineralisation, desalination,...
Singabera produces natural ginger drink mixes and other Indonesian specialties from locally sourced ingredients and ships them to buyers in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Japan and North America. “We are committed to creating the highest quality products derived from natural plants while managing our environmental footprint,” said Michael Na,...