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Research from Kerry has suggested beverage consumers are keen to look after their health more than ever before in the wake of the pandemic.
This webinar by Metrohm will explore how ion chromatography can help modern quality control labs become more efficient.
This application describes high speed analysis of monosaccharides and disaccharide in soft drinks by ELSD-LT III.
A new study from scientists at Queen Mary University London claims a small reduction in fat in some of the country’s favourite foods could prevent thousands of deaths over the coming years.
Dr Caroline Potter examines the huge potential for upcycling within the food industry, and offers advice to manufacturers looking to reduce the amount of food they throw away.
New research has revealed just how much of a role terroir has on the flavour profile of whiskey, leading some to believe vintages could soon be as crucial as age statements.
This week's Recall Roundup features alerts over glass contamination in Germany, as well as undeclared allergens in the UK, US and Canada.
Researchers in the US have published a study which they say will significantly expand the understanding of the hop genome, potentially providing brewers with more hop varieties.
The Grow with Aldi competition will give one UK craft distillery the chance to feature on the supermarket's shelves later this year.
Flavours define a beverage product and are routinely monitored for quality assurance and control purposes or analyzed to determine key flavour compounds and ingredients used.
Coca-Cola is transitioning to recycled plastic bottles across several of its big-name brands in the US in a bid to cut down on waste and greenhouse gas emissions.
An increased attention on both physical and mental health has been cited as a cause of the growth of nolo products, which are increasingly popular among younger consumers.
The plant-based meat specialist will team up with food and drink giant PepsiCo in a move which saw the former’s stock increase dramatically.