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Asparagopsis is a common seaweed native to the waters of Tasmania and New Zealand. Pic: Fonterra

Fonterra expands seaweed trial

By Jim Cornall

In partnership with Australian company Sea Forest, Fonterra is looking at the potential Asparagopsis seaweed has in reducing methane in a grass-fed farming system.

Nestlé acquires majority stake in German start-up

Nestlé acquires majority stake in German start-up

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Nestlé Germany says it shares a “common path” with herb and spice manufacturer Ankerkraut, following the acquisition of a majority stake in the company earlier this month.

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Nektium expands botanical ingredient portfolio

By Kavitha Sivasubramaniam

Spain-based botanical ingredients business Nektium has broadened its portfolio to enter the food and beverage market, enabling its products to be used in a variety of applications in addition to supplements.

Industry Movers: DSM, Arjuna and ADM

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

Industry Movers: DSM, Arjuna and ADM

By Will Chu

The ‘great resignation’ appears to continue unabated with the nutrition industry being no exception. Here, NutraIngredients rounds up the moves made for March and April.

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A.I. platform Canomiks partners with startup accelerator

By Hank Schultz

Canomiks, a startup that filters genomics data through an A.I. platform to drive ingredient development, has entered into a partnership with KiwiTech LLC, an investment platform that provides ‘support ecosystems’ for growth stage companies.

Quantum produces fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) and galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS). Pic: Getty Images/ddukang

Tate & Lyle to acquire Chinese dietary fiber business

By Jim Cornall

Tate & Lyle PLC has signed an agreement to acquire Quantum Hi-Tech (Guangdong) Biological Co., Ltd (Quantum), a prebiotic dietary fiber business in China from ChemPartner Pharmatech Co., Ltd (ChemPartner) for a total consideration of $237m.

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New lab extends microbiome research in Denmark

By Nicola Gordon-Seymour

Danish biotech SNIPR Biome has opened a new laboratory in Copenhagen to advance development of prophylactic treatment for E.coli (SNIPR001) in cancer patients.

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Nature's Sunshine continues record run as war complicates future

By Hank Schultz

Multi level marketing company Nature’s Sunshine has recorded a sixth straight quarter of rapid growth. But as the company has significant operations in Russia and Ukraine, the war has complicated the company’s task of forecasting future results.

Kappa Bioscience to form vitamin K2 advisory board

Kappa Bioscience to form vitamin K2 advisory board

By Will Chu

Norwegian firm Kappa Bioscience is to form a "Blue Ribbon" Scientific and Medical Advisory Board made up of prominent scientists that will support and expand the knowledge base for vitamin K2.

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