Personalised nutrition could progress from mass customisation to full personalisation as companies leverage on factory automation, supply chain management, and 3D printing to increase the efficiency of providing customised products.
Euromonitor International has published its 2024 consumer trends report, which spotlights new demands for convenient and effective wellness support, transparency around brand sustainability, and the implementation of AI to personalise the customer experience.
The personalised nutrition market has seen a huge number of new players entering the field in recent years but this year has been 'brutal' in terms of closures, so what do innovators need to do to win in this category?
Experts have discussed the importance of using AI to create ingredients with enhanced nutrient bioavailability, yet highlight the significant cost and time implications as key challenges for researchers and product developers.
The use of Artificial intelligence (AI) and modern tracking technologies are helping to speed up research on healthy longevity and related interventions, says an expert panel speaking at a summit organised by the Milken Institute.
From WHO fighting infant formula marketing to enhanced botanical bioavailability with fermentation, September’s news roundup covers the latest developments in health, nutrition, and regulatory changes.
Through new digital capabilities like health and wellness apps, retailers are looking to drive consumers to make healthier food and beverage decisions, as data and AI make personalized recommendations easier and more reflective of a person's diet,...
Research from the University of Bern, Switzerland, backs the usability of 'goFOODLite' software to provide nutritional analysis of meals from a single image but suggests advancements for improved accuracy.
During August, the industry was inspired by reports on consumer trends, welcomed a next step in probiotic harmonisation, discovered further AI technology advances, and encountered regulatory clarity issues.
Founded by Timo Spring, a former professional swimmer, Prevess (Prevention Effortless) is harnessing the power of AI technology to provide in-the-moment science-backed personalised nutrition guidance to athletes.
Personalised nutrition experts at the Qina consultancy have revealed a top tends report, unveiling a ChatGPT take-over, a merging of food and pharma, an entrance of big tech firms, and new abilities created by at-home blood draws.
The food technology company 4GOLD, co-founded by newly crowned world-champion cyclist Mathieu van der Poel, achieves €1.3 million funding to enable further innovation and technological advancements in the personalised DNA service.
A well-known physician nutritionist and serial tech entrepreneur have joined forces to combine their medicine and consumer technology expertise to launch a AHARA, precision nutrition Consumer Health Tech Company that provides ultra-personalized nutrition...
A new AI powered tool has been developed to allow researchers to process insights into thousands of diseases, gene associations, and ingredient interactions, to develop efficacious nutraceutical solutions.
We are yet to see clear evidence that personalised diets based on omics provide better outcomes than generic healthy diets, and these cutting-edge and expensive services could be distracting us from dealing with the "nutrition elephant in the room"....
The Association for the Cannabinoid Industry (ACI) and the Centre for Medicinal Cannabis (CMC) have formed a strategic partnership with Chem ID Ltd, a provider of chemical data standardisation, validation, and traceability solutions.
Interdisciplinary scientific research, as well as innovative products and services, is set to drive the future of personalised nutrition, according to a set of expert guidelines published by China Nutrition and Health Food Association (CNHFA).
ChatGPT has many of us intrigued and nervous in equal measure but James Collier, co-founder of Huel, asks if this tool is any more scary than the current situation with “nonsense nutrition content” touted across social media by pseudoscientists.
Mariette Abrahams, CEO and founder of Qina, discusses how consumers are now seeking support to action personalised advice, urging personalised nutrition (PN) platforms to prioritise behavioural change approaches and incorporate technology and wearables...
With a couple of ingredients already on the market for muscle and cellular aging, Nuritas’ next wave of artificial intelligence driven ingredient discoveries will target some big consumer health needs, including glucose management and very specialized...
Health tech startup Nuritas has built an extensive peptide knowledge base using its proprietary AI and genomics platform Nπϕ (Nuritas Peptide Finder). The platform analyzes billions of untapped peptides in plants and natural food sources to predict and...
AI-phytonutrient pioneer Brightseed has announced $68 million in Series B funding to enable the company to accelerate its tech-based discoveries and launch novel ingredients for food, beverage, and supplements.
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.
Researchers at Wageningen University & Research (WUR) are developing an artificial intelligence (AI) platform that will generate personalised nutritional advice based on individual health parameters and food purchasing habits.
The Research Triangle Institute (RTI) is driving the development of evidence-based precision nutrition to address various forms of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), including obesity, diabetes, and hypertension.
UK researchers have detailed the creation of an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered model that predicts whether certain flavonoids or fatty acids have the ability to promote healthy ageing and extend lifespan.
A study that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to emphasise coffee’s importance in reducing Heart Failure (HF) risk is said to hold much promise in explaining pathways connecting dietary choices to the condition.
Givaudan’s flavour business, Givaudan Taste & Wellness, is launching a new tool that leverages artificial intelligence for the ‘next generation’ of product development. “Success comes from combining the output of the tools with the sensitivity and...
New Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications in the biomanufacturing of food enzymes and dairy cultures will be among the innovations to come out of a new lab that is being established in the Netherlands.
Dutch foodtech firm Verdify have raised €750,000 in seed funding to create a personalised nutrition platform powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) allowing food firms to tailor recipes to consumer needs.
An Israeli start-up has launched its AI-powered food intelligence platform in the UK. The company – called Tastewise – says it can offer real-time industry insights on how consumers order, cook, and eat, to help brands with product innovation.