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Kerry acquires two biotech businesses

By Kavitha Sivasubramaniam

Kerry has announced the acquisitions of two biotechnology firms in a move that it hopes will boost its manufacturing capabilities, expertise and technology portfolio.

French fermentation experts strengthen research ties

French fermentation experts strengthen research ties

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Fermentation specialist, Lesaffre and French research institute INRAE are extending their long-term collaboration for another five years to drive research and innovation and deliver solutions that “respond to societal issues related to the environment,...

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New materials and technologies helping improve dairy alternatives

By Jim Cornall

DairyReporter recently had the opportunity to find out from ingredients company ADM what some of the trends are in the dairy alternatives space. We have a Q&A with Katie Kolpin-Gustafson, principal scientist, creation, design and development at ADM...

Nouri unleashes immunobiotic beverage

Nouri unleashes immunobiotic beverage

By Danielle Masterson

The gut health brand, perhaps best known for its two-in-one capsules containing probiotics that float inside plant-based omega oil (Ahiflower), has now entered the functional beverage category with the launch of Inner Immune.

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DSM combines three business areas into new Food & Beverage group

By Jim Cornall

Royal DSM, a Dutch-headquartered global company, has revealed a new integrated Food & Beverage operating structure which unifies three areas of DSM’s nutrition business – Food Specialties, Hydrocolloids and part of its Nutritional Products group.

Biosyntia and Lantana Bio in flavonoid discovery agreement

Biosyntia and Lantana Bio in flavonoid discovery agreement

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Danish biotech company, Biosyntia and French counterpart, Lantana Bio, have joined forces to step up development of sustainable flavonoids for use in dietary supplements, food and drink fortification, and personal care.

BioGaia acquires 80% stake in Nutraceutics Corp

BioGaia acquires 80% stake in Nutraceutics Corp

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Swedish probiotic brand, BioGaia has bought a majority stake in Nutraceutics Corporation through a share acquisition valued at €8.6m (SEK8.9m) a new share issue of €4.4m (SEK45.4m) and plan to complete a full takeover within seven years.

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