People who eat fish regularly several times a week are
significantly less likely to get cancers of the lymph and
hematopoietic system, which include leukaemia, non-Hodgkin's
lymphoma, and myeloma, suggests a recent study.
Burcon and Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) have completed the
technical phase of the commercialization of Puratein and Supertein,
canola proteins, expected to have a wide range of applications in
the food and nutraceutical industries,...
Spanish functional oils company Genosa has launched a new line of
products based on what it claims is the most concentrated form
available of the olive polyphenol, hydroxytyrosol. Two Spanish
firms are currently working on the first...
Vegetable oils will take the lion's share of the oils and fats
market in the US as food makers continue to turn away from animal
fats in favour of vegetable alternatives. But as consumers increase
their health concerns, dietary...
Joining the growing ranks of ingredients companies taking root in
China to defend their market position, US starch and sweeteners
firm Corn Products International has linked up with Shandong Juneng
Electric Power Group Golden Corn...
Women who ate fish regularly during pregnancy had children with
better language and communication skills by the age of 18 months,
shows a new study, which supports previous evidence that fatty
acids found in the food boost children's...
In 2003 Denmark banned trans fatty acids from food products over
fears that these hydrogenated fats could contribute to heart
disease. The rest of the EU as yet has no equivalent plans to
follow suit, but in the US the labelling of...
GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare has launched an omega-3
fortified variant of its leading malt drink brand Horlicks on the
Indian market, especially designed for pregnant and breast-feeding
Anti-GM feeling combined with commercial apprehension last month
led biotech giant Monsanto to shelve all efforts to introduce the
world's first GM wheat onto the market. As part of the process, the
firm this week advised Australia...