As consumer demand for functional food and drink continues to grow, Dr. Karensa Broersen, Adjunct Professor at University of Twente and Project Leader Advanced Analytics at NIZO, explains why careful product design from an early stage is key to developing...
Healthcare professionals in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) are recommending hydrolysed rice formulas as a first line approach to managing mild-to-moderate cow’s milk allergy in infants.
Supplementation with curcumin may protect against muscle damage and enhance performance after acute physical exercise for sedentary individuals, says a new systematic review of the data that supports the effects observed in athletic adults.
A pro- rallycross driver turned co-founder of a nootropic-fuelled energy drinks brand, has just launched a nootropic vegan protein bar to appeal to the growing range of mind health conscious consumers.
Providing consumers with the sense that a product is providing a health benefit begins when they first look at the pack and continues through the consumption experience so there are many elements of this journey to get right. New consumer research from...
The European Parliament’s moves to introduce nutrient profiles and front-of-pack nutrition labelling (FOPNL) should not affect sports nutrition products, says the European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA).
MIT researchers have outlined the importance of nutrient availability in cancer cell development, as a study suggests a calorie reduced diet restricts fatty acid availability that is linked to tumour growth.
Consumers are intrigued by new ingredients entering the functional foods space and are open to trying them but their trust in health claims can be greatly impacted by familiarity and packaging, according to new consumer insights from MMR.