Chicago-based Napa Hills turned wine into water last year when it launched two flavors of antioxidant-enriched functional water. It’s now expanding outside of Illinois and considering more flavors for 2019.
The wildfires that ripped through California this year destroyed tens of thousands of acres, hundreds of homes and dozens of wineries, including the Segassia Vineyard that sat atop Mount Veeder in Napa, but owner Andrew Cates has a plan to help the vineyard...
BioHarvest, an Israeli company harvesting dietary supplement ingredients from plants grown via a unique hydroponic method, has launched a “biofood” ingredient called VINIA Red Grape Powder, said to offer the benefits of drinking red wine without the sugar,...
Shopping for coffee and chocolate is becoming almost as interesting - and at times as intimidating - as buying wine. So why not inject some of that excitement into the tea category, says Toronto-based start-up Tea of the People, which has just launched...
Winemakers could seize the opportunity to create affordable global brands – along the lines of Heineken in beer – without using native grapes, as mainstream US consumers at least don’t seem too bothered by provenance.
The Government of Canada says that proposed national standards requiring that ‘ice wine’ only be made from grapes naturally frozen on the vine will benefit exports and help crack down on fraudulent sales.
Researchers at Germany's Fraunhofer IME are close to commercialising an inexpensive detector that they claim could save wine producers significant amounts of money and time by detecting 'bad' yeasts within grape must, as Cecilia Diaz from...
A fermented yogurt-like product formulated from cereal, soy flour and grape may have a texture and sensory profile like its dairy equivalent, but offer a vegan option for consumers, suggests new research.
Champagne market leader Moet-Chandon demonstrated at FiE in Paris
how an industry constrained by limted ingredient supplies and an
incredibly tough regulatory environment can successfully innovate
to increase both quality and efficiency.
Wineries are getting bigger and their businesses are therefore
exposed to greater risk. In a bid to help producers achieve greater
consistency, Danish ingredients firm Chr Hansen has created blended
yeasts, writes Philippa Nuttall.
A key compound in red wine could have a direct beneficial effect on
heart cells, report researchers from the US, building on a raft of
science that suggests this popular beverage could play a role in
preventing heart disease.
Wine players are getting bigger and exposing their businesses to
greater risk as consolidation in the industry continues and to
ensure quality remains constant, Danish ingredients firm Chr Hansen
claims to offer the solution through...
The UN-backed health body today calls for consumers to use
prevention as a tool in the battle against heart disease, a move
that underlines opportunities for food and beverage makers
formulating products for heart health.