Blackmores, Impossible Foods, Suntory, Yili, Kirin, Health & Happiness, Thai Union and GSK are among the major brands confirmed for our Growth Asia Summit in Singapore - so don't miss your last chance to benefit from our early-bird registration.
There are three weeks left to submit entries for the 2020 NutraIngredients-Asia Awards and stand a chance to be crowned among the region's brightest and best, and take your place on the roll of honour alongside our victorious companies from 2019.
Global MNC Nestle, Japanese nutraceutical brand Otsuka Pharma and major Asian pharmacy retailer Watsons have been added to the line-up for our third Healthy Ageing APAC Summit in Singapore, which has an earlybird delegate offer closing this Friday.
US-based sports nutrition brand Ripper Nutrition has chosen Asia as its first overseas market, with a long-term plan to diversify its range of products to cover overall health and wellness for all life stages.
Tate & Lyle used the recent Food Ingredients-Asia trade event in Jakarta as a springboard for its mounting ambitions in the country of 250 million people as well as other parts of Asia. Fibre and low-calorie sweeteners for weight control were a big...
Nestlé has integrated the Maghreb, the Middle East, the North East Africa region, Turkey and Israel into its ‘Zone Europe’, renaming the business division EMENA, for Europe, Middle East and North Africa.
The non-Asian ingredient supply sector is fairly well represented here at Food Ingredients Asia-Thailand in Bangkok, but given current concerns about food supply chain security in the region, is probably still under-represented. Which is surprising…
One thing both niche players and the largest multinational suppliers like DSM, Tate & Lyle and Naturex have in common when it comes to doing business in Asia is their heavy reliance on local distributors.
Zeelandia is a Dutch bakery ingredients supplier with more than 20 years’ experience in the Middle East. FoodNavigator asks about the challenges it has had to overcome to achieve market success in the region.
With predicted growth of 15 to 20% imminent, probiotics in China and South Asia are destined for big things. But, according to Russell Ward, research director of food analyst Giract, a number of other factors must come into play before the segment reaches...
The substantiation and transference into law of varying kinds of data backing food supplements, herbal products and other healthy foods remains a major hurdle in evolving Asian food regulations, an expert has said.
Surging demand for natural colours, ongoing emerging markets growth, coupled with steady performances in core cheese, meat and cultures and enzymes businesses has delivered healthy Q3 results for Chr Hansen.
Intra-regional finesse is a necessity not a luxury when it comes to doing business in the many markets of the Asia-Pacific, as leading suppliers Chr Hansen and Danisco relayed at the recent Vitafoods Asia trade show in Hong Kong.
British start-up New Horizons Global is benefitting from a UK government scheme that has seen the emerging omega-3 DHA player increase international sales and exposure for its food and animal feed businesses.
The importance of the Codex Alimentaria in developing regulatory harmony in a region like Asia where rules differ so greatly, has been emphasised at a recent event hosted by the Asian arm of Belgian consultancy, EAS.
As the regulatory landscape for supplements in Asia is shifting
towards greater harmonisation, officials from around the globe can
pool knowledge and learn from each others' systems, according to
Ocean Nutrition Canada is aiming to extend the reach of its Meg-3
fish oil ingredient to embrace the whole of Asia - a strategy that
may prove shrewd given estimates of a 200 percent increase in
market value in the next six years.
The nutraceuticals market in Southeast Asia has high growth
potential but companies must invest heavily in advertising to help
consumers understand the health benefits, says new strategic
analysis from Frost and Sullivan.
European food makers that want to catch the next health trend early
should keep an eye on Asia, the region that brought us green tea,
ginseng and soy, analysts from Mintel told a packed seminar at FiE
Spending on health foods has been identified as the number one
consumer trend in Asia although overweight and obesity percentages
are set to rise, according to a survey released by TNS Asiapanel,
reports Claire Johnston.
Growing consumer awareness of the health benefits of soya
consumption is reinvigorating sales of soy drinks in south-east
Asia, according to a new report from OrganicMonitor. And while the
category is dominated by Asian manufacturers,...