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Packaging materials and methods for dairy applications

18 August 2016 | By Professor Kata Galić, Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, University of Zagreb

Professor Kata Galić, Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, University of Zagreb, looks further into the development and introduction of plastic materials, both alone and in combination with paper...

Packaging materials and methods for dairy applications

18 August 2016 | By Prof. Kata Galić, Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, University of Zagreb

Milk is the best example of a food product that, due to processing technology, packaging material and method, is able to extend its shelf life from hours into weeks and months. The first packaging of milk came with the introduction of sterilised milk processing, in which the glass bottle formed…

Warning letter database launched by the NPA

28 July 2016 | By Stephanie Anthony, Editor New Food

The Natural Products Association (NPA) has launched its warning letter database, enabling members to view violations against the dietary supplement GMPs...

Dannon to launch non-GMO yoghurts in the US

18 July 2016 | By Victoria White, Digital Content Producer

This is the beginning of the transformation of the company’s Danimals, Oikos and Dannon brands, which over time will evolve to contain non-GMO ingredients...

Behind the scenes of dietary fibre labelling

20 June 2016 | By Muriel Henrion, Research Scientist / Frédéric Robin, Project Manager / Emilie Labat, Purchasing Specification Manager / Enrico Chavez, Senior Statistician - all from Nestlé’s Product Technology Center, Orbe, Switzerland

Consumer interest for dietary fibre has markedly grown these past years as a number of studies now link increased fibre intake to reduced risks of cancer and cardiovascular diseases, digestive health benefits, and weight management. To meet these expectations, product development has drastically expanded in the last five years, enabling…

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