Bone health beverages and fitness waters are at the core of new
product concepts highlighted by the health unit of agri-giant
Cargill at the upcoming Institute of Food Technologists' exhibition
this month in Chicago.
The birthplace of American independence will be the starting place
for 'A Sensory Revolution,' so the organisers describe an upcoming
symposium for sensory scientists, taking place in Boston from 20-24
Agriculture ministers from around the world are gathering in
Sacramento, California today for the start of a three-day
conference on genetically engineered food and farming. With the
breakdown of discussions last week between the...
Low-saturated fat foods, enhanced flavours, foods without allergens
- all this is possible without any tampering of DNA material. US
company Anawah has received several million dollars to support its
work that combines molecular...
The Chinese herb gastrodine is at the centre of new findings that
suggest it could improve memory, orientation and language in people
who have mild to moderate vascular dementia as the result of a
As consumer groups in Europe and the US call on food manufacturers
to cut the quantity of trans fats in food products, Swedish
vegetable oils supplier Karlshamns has come up with a cocoa butter
replacer with a low trans fatty acid...
A variety of factors play a role in whether food-borne bacteria
actually make people sick, and a better understanding of the
infection process from food-borne bacteria could certainly lead to
ways to stop such illnesses from occurring,...
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) should require food
manufacturers to limit the amount of the potential carcinogen
acrylamide in their products, said the Center for Science in the
Public Interest (CSPI), a nonprofit US organisation,...
Despite tension on both sides of the Atlantic over genetically
modified foods, scientists in the US bring a note of optimism - and
common sense - to the debate, reporting this week that, for the
first time, parties on both sides of...