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  • 21th Week Nutrition Industry News
    May 23, 2022 21th Week Nutrition Industry News
    1、KERRY launched mood relief product wellmune® yeast beta-glucan Background: The prolonged stay at home caused by the epidemic not only prevents people from going out and relaxing, but also makes it difficult to relieve people's anxiety. Maintaining a good state of mind and body can help people better engage in their work. Wellmune® yeast beta-glucan is a functional product that adds immune benefits to improve mood and maintain physical and mental health. Wellmune® Yeast Beta Glucan is a yeast beta glucan derived from the cell wall of baker's yeast that has been clinically proven to enhance immunity, reduce upper respiratory tract infections (URTI), improve mood, and relieve stress. In addition, the product is stable and is available in both water-dispersible and water-soluble powder forms. The water-dispersible form can be evenly suspended in liquid products, while the water-soluble form can be added to beverages requiring clarification. (Source: KERRY) 2. Cohanson is launching the auxiliary fermentation culture Vega Boost Cohanson is expanding Cohanson's Vega culture line with the launch of Vega Boost, an auxiliary fermentation culture. The product is said to improve fermentation performance and provide subtle flavor, allowing for differentiated flavors of plant-based dairy alternatives. In addition, Cohanson is introducing a plant-based cream cheese made from fava beans. This cream cheese, which is soy-free and offers similar nutritional profiles to animal dairy products, was developed in partnership with Chivaton, Erion and AAK. (Source: foodingredientsfirst) 3. Chivaton launches Customer Foresight, a new artificial intelligence platform Kivaton has launched Customer Foresight, a "future planning platform" that will use big data, AI technology and the company's own expertise to co-create food experiences with customers. It will enable customers to detect signals, understand emerging trends and predict potential future outcome scenarios, providing opportunities to enhance current development processes. The Chivaton Customer Foresight platform is currently being piloted in two test markets and is expected to be launched in 2023. (Source: foodingredientsfirst) 4, Bioiberica launches digestive health ingredient DAOgest and skin health ingredient Dermial Bioiberica launched two new ingredients at the Vitafoods Europe trade show, DAOgest, a digestive health ingredient, and Dermial, a skin health ingredient, which is said to be a natural extract based on the enzyme diamine oxidase that improves histamine digestion and is effective at a low dose of 4.2 mg per serving, while Dermial is a new ingredient for skin care that provides a new level of protection for the skin. a new ingredient in skin care that brings powerful rejuvenation to the dermal and epidermal layers of the skin, helping to moisturize the skin and keep it healthy. According to the company, data show that Dermial has superior effects in inducing type I collagen synthesis, HD...
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  • 20th Week Nutrition Industry News
    May 17, 2022 20th Week Nutrition Industry News
    1. Chivaton introduces NaNino+, a replacement for nitrite in processed meats Chivaton has launched NaNino +. The product is said to be a combination of a botanical ingredient (patent pending) and natural flavors with good flavor, color and freshness that can replace nitrites in processed meats. As a clean label integrated solution, the product ensures freshness throughout the shelf life of the food and provides a marinade-like, long-lasting multi-sensory experience in terms of flavor and color. (Source: foodingredientsfirst) 2. PIP International launches "Ultimate Pea Protein" PIP International has launched "Ultimate Pea Protein" (UP.P), which can be used in plant-based foods. P is said to be a plant protein that enhances appearance and function, with a complete essential amino acid profile and environmental benefits for soil fixation. The company uses forced technology to induce protein isolation without compromising its functional properties. The product is currently used in a variety of food applications such as dairy, cheese, spoon products, beverages, confectionery and specialty foods. (Source: foodingredientsfirst) 3, Rousselot (Rousselot) launched collagen matrix ingredient Colartix, can be used for joint care Rousselot is showcasing its latest ingredient, Colartix, at Vitafoods Europe 2022. The product is said to be a collagen matrix derived from natural cartilage, consisting of naturally occurring collagen peptides and glycosaminoglycans (GAG), which can be used to support joint health and joint care in the elderly. Currently, Colartix is easily masked and formulated in different products for many applications in tablet and capsule form. (Source: nutritioninsight) 4. Arla Foods Ingredients Launches New Whey Permeate Variolac for New Brazilian Sugar Labeling Regulations Background: New food labeling regulations in Brazil will take effect in October. It requires manufacturers to add a warning label on the front of the package to inform consumers of the amount of added sugars, saturated fats and sodium without highlighting the naturally occurring sugars in milk and dairy ingredients. Arla Foods Ingredients' South American applications team introduced three formulations featuring the whey permeate Variolac (fermented milk beverage, UHT beverage and UHT dessert) and showed Brazilian manufacturers how to adapt to the country's upcoming sugar labeling regulations. Variolac is said to enhance the creamy and milky flavors of products such as dairy beverages and desserts. Not only does it eliminate "added sugar" from the ingredient list, but it also reduces the number of ingredients listed on the package. (Source: foodingredientsfirst) 5, Symrise launched a series of wild cherry health actives, which can provide cellular antioxidant applications Symrise has launched a range of wild cherry health actives that offer a variety of cellular antioxidant applications. Studies have shown that wild cherry has potential cardiovascular, metabolic and immune ...
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  • 19th Week Nutrition Industry News
    May 09, 2022 19th Week Nutrition Industry News
    1、KERRY launches LC40 Lactobacillus fermentum, which is good for infant intestinal and female breast health KERRY launched LC40 Lactobacillus fermentum. It is reported that LC40 is a fermented lactobacillus CECT5716, from the specific strain of healthy breast milk screening (patent number: WO/2004/003235). The strain has been clinically proven to not only effectively regulate infant intestinal health and enhance immunity, but also to support female breast health. Currently, KERRY LC40 can be used in infant formula, solid drinks and drops. (Source: KERRY) 2、IFF launches SeaFlour, a red seaweed powder product that improves the stability of plant-based milk IFF's Nourish division has launched a nutrient-rich hydrocolloid derived from red seaweed that improves the stability of plant-based milk and enables brands to formulate vegan dairy products with fewer ingredients. The ingredient, called SeaFlour, is said to be positioned by IFF as a non-allergenic "seaweed powder" or "natural seaweed" with high suspension capacity and requires minimal processing after harvesting and drying. In addition, it has a unique synergy with plant proteins to maintain the stability of plant-based beverages, providing a smooth, creamy texture and mouthfeel throughout their shelf life. As a single ingredient, manufacturers can reduce the fat and sugar content of their products without affecting texture or mouthfeel. 3、Prinova Europe launches high-purity seaweed sugar ingredient enduracarb Prinova Europe has introduced enduracarb, a high-purity seaweed sugar ingredient that can be used as part of its energy gel product concept to improve athletic endurance. Enduracarb is a slow-release disaccharide that has been shown to not only provide long-lasting muscle energy, but also to enhance performance, reduce insulin spikes, combat dehydration, mask bitterness and provide stabilizing properties. According to the company, enduracarb helps sports nutrition products become more competitive as the fuel of choice for endurance. (Source: nutritionaloutlook) 4, plant meat brand Heura launched a new food technology Good Rebel Tech Spanish plant-based meat brand Heura is launching a new technological approach to food called Good Rebel Tech, which will produce high-volume, micronutrient-dense foods in a sustainable manner. The new technology is said to be simple to use, low in energy consumption and utilizes the inherent properties of plants for healthier food options, not only for upgrading nutrient-rich byproduct materials, but also for applying to underutilized plant resources. In addition, the method allows the team to evaluate micronutrients naturally present in the starting material without acting as additive ingredients and simply enhance their bioavailability when needed. As a result, only physical methods are used in the manufacturing process and no chemical treatment is required for the product. It is understood that Good Rebel Tech will file its first patent in 2022, which will ...
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  • 17th Week Nutrition Industry News
    Apr 27, 2022 17th Week Nutrition Industry News
    1. KERRY Launches 0 Trans Fat Phyllo Products for Added Taste. KERRY launched phytolipid end products. It is reported that the fat in this product comes from vegetable oil, which not only does not contain trans fatty acids (palm kernel oil, palm oil, coconut oil), but also can increase the taste. At the same time, the product is produced using the original German imported creamer spray tower equipment, which is highly stable and has good precision. The series of products have a wide range of applications and the recommended dosage is 8%-15%, including mellow phyllo, phyllo 32A, smooth phyllo, phyllo C40, phyllo X80, phyllo CT-S, frothy creamer KKL-8094, phyllo GM36.(Source: KERRY) 2. Cohanson Introduces Plant-based Meat Fermentation Solutions for Shelf-life Stabilization. Cohanson is expanding its Vega Culture Kit portfolio with the launch of its new line of plant-based meat substitute cultures. The series is said to be a fermentation solution that reduces spoilage and maintains the freshness of plant-based alternative proteins. The new line is understood to serve as an alternative to high-salt options on the market, with the power of fermentation to stabilize shelf life and thus reduce sodium content in the product. 3. CK Ingredients Launches FabaFuel, a Broad Bean Plant-based Protein. CK Ingredients has launched FabaFuel, a fava bean plant protein, as a deodorized plant protein. The product is said to be derived from the Canadian snowbird fava bean ingredient and is a fine, light off-white powder with a neutral aroma, 64% protein, 12% fiber and a protein digestibility corrected amino acid score (PDCAAS) of 0.75. According to the company, the ingredient has gelation and water retention properties, and its emulsification and foaming properties make FabaFuel an alternative or reduced application for egg whites. FabaFuel can be used in a wide range of applications, including plant-based meat and poultry substitutes, dairy substitutes, batter/bread, baked goods, puffed snacks and powdered beverages. 4. Van Drunen Farms Introduces Horseradish Powder. Van Drunen Farms launched horseradish powder. Amaranth is said to be a leafy, succulent plant commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine. It is a high quality source of vitamins, minerals and plant extracts and is rich in nutrients, containing nine times more omega-3 fatty acids than spinach. In addition, the product has a mild to slightly bitter, rich flavor and is presented in powder form. It can be used in green drinks, smoothies and meal replacements, superfood blends and functional foods. 5. Crown Introduces New VDS for Use in the Oilseed Processing Industry. Crown has introduced a vacuum desolventizer vaporizer (VDS) for continuous indirect vacuum drying and desolventizing of temperature-sensitive products. According to the company, the VDS' desolventizer and vapor stripper are contained in a compact unit with a smaller footprint, providing full solvent recovery with low steam consumption and reduced p...
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  • Sugar Substitutes in the
    Apr 24, 2022 Sugar Substitutes in the "Her Economy"
    In the 2019 Accenture release, "Winning Her Economy Wisely, Reconceptualizing the Female Consumer in the Digital Age," it is mentioned that China has nearly 400 million female consumers aged 20-60, who would constitute the world's third largest economy if calculated by population size alone, and whose annual consumer spending is controlled by RMB 10 trillion. In recent years, the female group is taking a strong stance to break the inherent perception of women, with women as the main purchasing power in food, mother and child, skin care, home and clothing categories in a household, and all kinds of consumer goods are transforming around the rise of female power. Women are giving a small breakthrough in the areas of health care, skin care and child care to sugar substitutes. 1. Health Care The 2021 Chinese White Collar Women's Healthy Diet White Paper analyzes the food and nutritional intake of urban women aged 18-49, etc. It shows that compared to the past decade, the dietary nutrition and health status of urban women in China has improved considerably, but the overweight and obesity rates have increased significantly. With increased health awareness, "sugar reduction" has become a hot topic. "Sugar reduction" is to reduce the intake of sucrose, but in order not to affect the taste, can be replaced by sugar substitutes, aspartame and sweetener in sugar substitutes are controversial in terms of safety, some countries have banned the use of sugar, which also gives the opportunity for the development of sugar alcohol substitutes, xylitol, erythritol, maltitol and other sugar alcohols with low or 0 sugar characteristics, have CBNData research shows that sugar substitute seasoning and sugar substitute baking are most concerned by female consumers. In Chinese shopping platforms, we can see food products such as sparkling water, tea, yogurt, fudge and jelly with sugar substitute as additives, and their selling points are mostly "sugar reduction", "0 added sucrose" and "no burden for drinking". "By adding erythritol, it can effectively improve the sweetness, heaviness and smoothness of beverages, while reducing their bitterness and astringency and extending the shelf life of food. For cake products, adding erythritol can reduce at least 30% of calories and will not bring negative effects after use, adding erythritol in jam can enhance the natural fruit flavor index, which is concerned and commented by the people who need to reduce sugar. 2. Skin Care In terms of skin care, women are more and more concerned about product ingredients, product efficacy and scientific skin care. Xylitol in sugar substitute can be used as a "moisturizer" in skin care products, replacing the role of glycerin, one is that xylitol is derived from wood hemicellulose or corn cob, natural and healthy, it belongs to the body's own substances, and skin contact will not cause allergic reactions; two is that xylitol has moisturizing properties, compared to glycerin, the skin feels more ...
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  • 16th Week Nutrition Industry News
    Apr 18, 2022 16th Week Nutrition Industry News
    1. Angel Yeast Opens Digital and Automated Food Ingredients Smart Manufacturing Plant Angel Yeast is opening a new manufacturing plant for food ingredients. According to the company, food ingredients are at the forefront of its investments and the smart factory will not only further enhance its manufacturing capabilities but also expand its expertise, which will be used to drive new business models and improve quality, productivity and sustainability. The plant will include an intelligent hybrid production line that will automate operations, improve quality control, productivity and energy efficiency; a packaging plant with advanced automated high-speed packaging equipment, including depalletizing robots and rail-guided vehicles that will operate autonomously and reduce labor pressure while significantly increasing production capacity per machine; and a range of intelligent systems, including an intelligent manufacturing system (MES), a distributed control system for the production line, and a new production line. MES), a distributed control system (DCS) for production lines, and intelligent automated storage facilities. 2. Cargill Strategically Expands Its Pea Protein Product RadiPure in the Middle East and Other Regions Cargill is strategically expanding its pea protein product, RadiPure, in the Middle East, Turkey, Africa (META) and India to meet consumer demand. Pea protein is highly nutritious, with a significant amino acid profile and digestibility. Cargill Pea Protein RadiPure provides approximately 80% of the protein and can also be combined with other plant-based proteins. According to Cargill research, the number of claimed high-protein, plant-based products has increased 31% over the past five years, and 83% of META customers are choosing food or beverages due to their protein content. 3. ADM To Invest Millions of Dollars to Increase Non-GMO Soybean Processing Capacity ADM announced a multimillion-dollar investment to increase non-GMO soybean processing capacity at its oilseed plant in Germany. According to the company, a key pillar of its growth strategy is the continued expansion of its differentiated product portfolio. The project is reportedly expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2023. 4. ADM to Invest $300 Million to Increase U.S. Soy Protein Concentrate Production Capacity ADM has announced plans to invest about $300 million to expand production of soy protein concentrate at its U.S. facility, a project that marks the latest move by ADM to expand its alternative protein production capacity. According to ADM, which acquired soybean ingredient producer Sojaprotein last year, the company could increase production capacity by more than 30% between investments. The project, which will reportedly be completed in the first quarter of 2025, will not only increase soy protein concentrate capacity, but will also nearly double the plant's extrusion capacity. 5. Layn Launches Botanical Ingredients Library Layn Natu...
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  • What Are the Opportunities in the Pharmaceutical Market in Egypt?
    Apr 12, 2022 What Are the Opportunities in the Pharmaceutical Market in Egypt?
    Straddling Asia and Africa, Egypt has obvious geopolitical advantages and can radiate the Middle East, North Africa and even Europe. Its population has exceeded 100 million, making it the most populous country in the MENA region, and it has a wide influence in the region. According to Aikunwei (IQVIA), the total pharmaceutical market in Egypt was USD 2.72 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach USD 6.04 billion by 2022, with an average annual growth rate of 17.3%, making it one of the largest pharmaceutical consumption markets in the MENA region. Vigorous Promotion of Universal Health Insurance, Medical Investment in the Future Can Be Expected Limited by economic development and payment capacity, Egypt's financial allocation for healthcare in previous years was less than 2% of GDP, which is far below the global average (WHO: the average ratio of global health expenditure to GDP in 2016 was 7%). As a result of the epidemic, Egypt's FY2020/21 budget, has increased public health spending to about 3% of GDP. The Egyptian health service system is mainly composed of central hospitals under the Ministry of Health, university hospitals under the Ministry of Higher Education, military hospitals under the Ministry of Defense, police hospitals under the Ministry of Interior, and private hospitals and clinics. There are 1,798 hospitals with about 130,000 beds in the country. Among them, there are 691 public hospitals, accounting for 38%, but the bed share is as high as 77% (about 100,000 beds in public hospitals and about 30,000 beds in private hospitals). The lower quality of services in public hospitals has resulted in "serious diversion" from private hospitals. Although the supply of medical services is currently dominated by public institutions, private medical institutions are growing rapidly, including hospitals, imaging centers, and out-of-hospital laboratories, which are expanding rapidly. In line with Egypt Vision 2030, the Egyptian government is committed to promoting a comprehensive health care system. A new Universal Health Insurance Authority (UHA) was established in 2019, and health insurance will be financed mainly from participant contributions, with individuals able to pay 5% of their gross salaries to become insured, as well as through financing from international organizations such as the IMF. The new universal health care system is proposed to be implemented in six phases. the first phase in 2020 starts with a pilot in six governorates and is planned to complete full coverage by 2032. Egypt's current President Sisi is expected to rule until 2030 after the constitutional amendment, so that the promotion of universal health care has a political guarantee, the future health care investment is expected to continue to increase. Pharmaceutical Regulation Follows the West, Public Collection of Strong Price Pressure The Egyptian government has vigorously promoted the reform of medical supplies management institutions, with the new Egyptian Drug ...
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  • Natural Products Expo West Ends Perfectly
    Apr 07, 2022 Natural Products Expo West Ends Perfectly
    On March 12, the Natural Products Expo West, the largest trade show in the United States in the past two years, came to a close in Anaheim, California. According to the official statistics of the show, after two years of strong return, this year's show has 2700+ exhibitors from 42 countries, with an exhibition scale of over 40,000 square meters, of which 23% are new exhibitors. Meanwhile, 57,000+ professional buyers from 95 countries visited the show. Five Main Product Trends 1. Innovative product dosage forms The traditional dosage forms of dietary supplements are tablets and capsules, but in recent years, easier to take dosage forms such as gummies, liquids and powders are becoming more and more popular. CBD products are mostly gummies, and liquid dosage forms are widely used by sleep management, stress management, immune health and cognitive health products, in addition to energy products. 2. Combination of multiple ingredients CBD products are usually compounded with Monkey Head Mushroom and Cordyceps extract to improve immune efficacy, and probiotic products are usually compounded with Elderberry and Turmeric extract to enhance microbial health. 3. A wider audience for sports nutrition products As a result of the new crown epidemic, more and more people are choosing to enhance exercise to improve their immune system, which has stimulated a large demand for sports nutrition products. Products with natural energy and hydration-promoting effects were very popular at this year's show, and products traditionally aimed at older consumers such as bone and joint health products containing magnesium, collagen and other ingredients are also receiving increasing attention from younger people. 4. Brain health is gaining attention The impact of the new coronavirus on human brain health has been widely discussed, and dietary supplements related to it are gaining attention. omega-3 has been the star product in this area, and other ingredients such as magnesium, theanine, mushrooms, GABA, etc. are also gaining popularity at the show. 5. Organic products on the rise In recent years, the awareness of organic products is not only limited to health benefits, but also gradually recognizes the great role of sustainable production methods of organic products for environmental friendliness and fighting climate change. Therefore, organic ingredients are not only sought after by the food and beverage industry, but also increasingly favored by the dietary supplement industry. Five Strategic Trends in Industry Development 1. The trend of brand marketing from the source continues The growing consumer demand for transparency and technology in dietary supplement ingredients has prompted more and more brand manufacturers to start brand marketing for the ingredients of their products, such as inviting their ingredient suppliers to showcase the production process and technological input of the ingredients, etc. The products of many ingredient suppliers were also attracting g...
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