Milk fat globule membrane (MFGM) is an important part of breast milk—and now, infant formula.
IFT 2019 food and drink prototypes show formulators what’s possible with today’s hottest ingredients
From protein to elderberry, suppliers formulated today’s hottest ingredients into innovative foods and drinks at IFT 2019.
Supplement for coffee drinkers? New dietary supplement aims to help consumers “process coffee better”
Two supplements are available: one for the morning, to be taken with your morning coffee, and another to be taken in the evening.
Cocoa giant Olam Cocoa highlights new U.S.-produced cocoa powder, plus clean-label benefits of premium line
Olam International’s (Singapore) Olam Cocoa division was at June’s Institute of Food Technologists’ (IFT) Annual Meeting and Food Expo highlighting some of its clean-label premium cocoa powders along with the value powders produced at the company’s new U.S. plant.
As the prebiotic trend grows, inulin is one of few ingredients with highly proven efficacy, says Beneo at IFT 2019
Representatives pointed out that even as demand and awareness for prebiotics increases, chicory root fibers are still one of just a few ingredients that are proven prebiotics.
Allulose, an ingredient that offers important health benefits when used as a sugar replacer, is gaining momentum now that FDA has said it does not need to be counted as an added sugar on FDA’s new Nutrition Facts label.
At IFT 2019, functional-ingredients supplier Ribus (St. Louis) talked about how its rice-based ingredients are finding more and more followers in the clean-label space.
For food manufacturers, the new shortenings offer performance comparable to partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) but with the health benefits of soy and high-oleic soybean oil.
And yet, few American research product claims.
This U.S. quinoa supply offers sensory attributes comparable to quinoa sourced from South America and provides important sustainability benefits to local growers.