UK food formulators and manufacturers should be applauded for their progress on salt reduction, say the findings of a survey from the Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH).
A French company has developed what it claims are two economic alternatives to pure pectin.
The presence of low-level formaldehyde in gelling agents like carrageenans and alginates does not pose a threat to human health, the European Food Standards Authority (EFSA) has reported.
The federal food safety inspection unit has approved an additional batch of additives, antimicrobals and agents for use as processing aids directly on meat and poultry products.
Onion extract, rich in the natural antioxidant quercetin, may not only improve the shelf life of a processed meat product but also enhances the flavour, Irish researchers report.
Using the common food additive calcium chloride could reduce the formation of acrylamide in potato chips and French fries by about 95 per cent, according to a new study.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has launched its consultation regarding the implementation of EU directives in England on food additives other than colours and sweeteners and sweeteners for use in foodstuffs.
US based ingredients company Savoury Systems International (SSI) has expanded its range of salt replacers - helping bakers appeal to the growing number of consumers seeking to cut salt from their diet.
The US food and beverage industry last week launched a new initiative to support the government's dietary guidelines, while at the same time promoting products that meet certain nutrition criteria.
Encapsulating fats and fat-soluble ingredients with chitosan to protect them during processing does not affect their availability in the body, says new research that highlights the vast potential of this technique.
The stability of emulsions can be enhanced by complexing the protein albumin with green tea extracts, boosting the shelf-life and nutritional content, researchers have reported.
Birds Eye has published the results of a survey aimed at countering common consumer perceptions that frozen food is full of artificial additives.
Reducing salt intake may affect asthma severity and breathing in adults with the condition, says a joint Anglo-American review of the science.
Using an antioxidant-rich bamboo leaf extract could reduce the formation of acrylamide in potato chips and French fries by about 75 per cent, according to a new study.
Impregnating collagen fibre with rosemary extracts could boost the antioxidant activity of the extract, and has significant potential for processed meats, say Polish scientists.
Extending the use of the additive nisin to cover the preservation of liquid eggs does not pose a safety concern, says EFSA.
The EC has commented on Codex's draft standard for fat spreads and blended spreads - food additives section.
As the makers of Perrier water absorbed the full consumer backlash from recalling drinks containing benzene in the US, Cadbury Schweppes quietly pulled one of its own products for the same reason, new documents show.
Unilever plans to reshape its European foods R&D organisation in order to 'further enable differentiated innovation'.
Scientists in the US are looking into the potential of green tea polyphenols to stop the Maillard reaction in thermally processed dairy to prevent dark colours and off-flavours.
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