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Nutraingredients Awards 2022 - and the winners are...

Nutraingredients Awards 2022 - and the winners are...

By Liza Laws

From start-ups to researchers as well as a range of nutrition heavy weights, this year’s Nutraingredients Awards was once again packed full of first-class entries, each one hoping to win one of our 17 coveted prizes.

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Cheesy vegan product packed with B vitamins

By Liza Laws

A type of yeast packed with vitamin B is aimed at helping the vegan curious make the transition to a plant-based diet while maintaining some meat and dairy flavours in their diet.

NutraIngredients-Asia Awards 2020 Winners Revealed

NutraIngredients-Asia Awards 2020 winners revealed

By Gary Scattergood

The winners of the 2020 NutraIngredients-Asia Awards have been announced via a live online broadcast, where the region’s brightest and best products, ingredients and projects were revealed.

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Satiety makes a comeback in weight management

By Hank Schultz

Promoting satiety as a weight management strategy has had a checkered career, but the concept is regaining some acceptance as a viable way to help consumers battle the bulge.

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The protein challenge: meeting global demand

By Katy Askew

The food sector has witnessed a jump in demand for protein. But conflicting pressures mean this complex issue requires a nuanced response and leadership from the food industry.

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The top five APAC regulation and policy developments of 2017

By Gary Scattergood

Rule changes in China dominated the regulatory landscape for the supplement and infant nutrition industries in Asia over the past 12 months — and this was clearly reflected in our top five policy stories of 2017.

Cheap food has expensive consequences but how can we make 'better' food?

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Cheap food has expensive consequences but how can we make 'better' food?

By Niamh Michail

Cheap food has expensive consequences for people and the planet's health but how can we make healthier and more sustainable food a reality for a global population? Grass-root movements will be key but industry must also be receptive, says Carolyn...

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French people eat too much salt and not enough fibre: ANSES

By Niamh Michail

The French population is consuming more processed foods, too much salt, and - “most importantly” - not enough fibre compared to ten years ago, according to a survey by the country’s food safety agency ANSES.

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Consumers aren’t prepared to join the lab-meat love-in

By David Burrows

This year there’s been a bit of a lab-meat love-in, but are consumers ready to buy into it? I’m not so sure, especially if they can’t divorce the concept from other more controversial technologies like genetic modification.

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