Norwegian soy technology company Nutri Pharma yesterday announced
the results of a clinical trial which it claims demonstrated its
new isolated soy protein (ISP) is significantly better at lowering
serum cholesterol values than the...
French starch specialist Cerestar claims that its product C*EmTex,
a nOSA starch, can be used to replace up to 100 per cent of the
whole egg in baked goods, considerably reducing the cholesterol
Europe's largest dairy group Arla Foods and German sugar
manufacturer Nordzucker have finally begun production of Gaio
tagatose. The sweetener is said to look and taste like sugar but
with a third of the calories.
A difficult economy, recent war and current SARS epidemic may see
slightly fewer visitors at this year's Supply Side East, but those
gathering in Secaucus, New Jersey today for the start of the show
have plenty of industry issues...
Novis, a European online publisher of global industry and science
news for the food and beverage industries, has undertaken a major
partnership with 15 leading international market report publishers.
This agreement provides Novis'...
The UK complementary medicines market has grown by almost 60 per
cent in the last five years to an estimated value of £130 million
(€187m), despite the impact of new legislation and negative
publicity regarding herbal remedies and...
UK drug analysis company HFL has launched a testing service to
check for drug contamination of sports supplements. The new tests
will detect IOC-banned drugs such as nandrolone and ephedrine, in a
range of supplement formulations.
The Australian natural health industry is set to suffer as the
government warns people to avoid taking herbal and vitamin
supplements, following a major recall of products made by the
country's leading contract manufacturer.
The outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) has
prompted increased demand for immune-boosting natural remedies,
including the natural bee product propolis, reports New