Arla Foods Launches Whey & Protein Blog
The knowledge-sharing platform is a forum for businesses, experts, and individuals with interest in whey protein and lactose to share information and ideas.
Algae Ingredients Turn Heads in Food and Drinks
Algae address today’s demands for plant-based, sustainable ingredients.
New Supro XT 55 Soy Protein Helps Beverage Formulators Replace More Dairy Protein
The ingredient allows manufacturers to replace up to 50% of the dairy protein in beverage formulations without having a negative impact on texture or nutrition.
New Supplement Addresses Myostatin, a Chemical in Body that Impedes Muscle Growth, Firm Says
In a clinical study, the ingredient Fortetropin was shown to reduce serum myostatin levels while increasing muscle size and mass.
Beauty Ingredients: New Research, Both for Topical and Oral Applications
Brands are launching more and more oral and topical natural products in the skin health category thanks to the volume of science available to support their efficacy.
Which Flavors Work Best for Dairy Protein versus Plant Protein?
There are slight differences in terms of which of those flavors pair better with dairy (whey) protein versus plant protein.
The Next Generation of Plant-Based Beverages
Come one, come all…to the plant-based-beverage market.
7 Ingredient Sales Surprises of 2016
From the stellar growth of boswellia and branched-chain amino acids, to declining sales of whey protein and valerian, here are the supplement ingredients that surprised market experts from SPINS this year.
7 Dairy-Free Growth Markets
Dairy-free food and drinks are growing fast. Here’s where.
5 Hemp CBD Research Areas for Further Supplement Growth
Despite FDA’s strong language against hemp cannabidiol (CBD), sales and demand for the controversial cannabinoid are skyrocketing. Here are some of the most promising health areas.
5 Plant Protein Ingredients for Food and Drink
Emerging options push plant protein’s boundaries
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