Proteins, non-dairy

Ingredients for healthy snacks are a focus at Food Ingredients Europe

FiE 2017

Ingredients for healthy snacks under the spotlight

By Noli Dinkovski

Ingredients for healthy snacks will feature heavily at the forthcoming Food Ingredients Europe (FiE) and Natural Ingredients show, which takes place at Messe Frankfurt (November 28–30).

Products made with real fruit and vegetable pieces will be available at Taura’s stand

FiE 2017 HIGHLIGHTS

Natural and clean-tasting lead the way

By Noli Dinkovski

Food Ingredients Europe (FiE) brings the world’s leading ingredients makers under one roof for three days in Frankfurt.

Visitors to WFSI’s stand were able to try a drink containing Fibersol

Drinktec

Health focus at world’s leading drink show

By Noli Dinkovski

Ingredients dedicated to making beverages healthier and more natural took centre stage at last month’s Drinktec, which was held in Munich, Germany (September 11–15)

Bars retain a chewy texture for 12 months or more in ambient conditions, Arla claims

Whey can extend shelf-life of protein bars

By Noli Dinkovski

The notoriously short shelf-life of protein bars may be a thing of the past thanks to a new whey protein that, according to its maker, can keep them soft for at least a year.

Glanbia sales increased 9.9% at constant currency in the six months to July 1

Glanbia sales up 10% after starting new joint venture

By Matt Atherton

Nutrition firm Glanbia reported a 9.9% rise in group revenue, at constant currency, to £1.67bn (€1.85bn), after starting a new joint venture, and selling 60% of its Dairy Ireland business.

Plant protein demand is forecast to double in just eight years

Pea protein giant in €40M plant spend

By Noli Dinkovski

A plant-based ingredients maker is to meet growing global demand for pea protein by ploughing €40M (£35M) into increasing its production capacity in France.

Quorn Foods revealed plans to create more than 300 jobs in Teesside

Quorn’s £150M investment to create 300+ jobs

By Matt Atherton

Quorn Foods has invested £150M in its Billingham factory, creating more than 300 jobs over the next five years, the meat alternative manufacturer revealed on July 24.

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