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Weight management, heart health, and digestive health are the top opportunities for functional food and beverage formulators, with growth in the sector driven by increasingly health-conscious consumers, says a new report from Packaged Facts..
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It’s time to get out our crystal balls and predict the hottest trends in the European food and drink sector for the year ahead. What’s in store for 2015? .
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Vitamin D could have a 'critical influence' levels of serotonin in the brain and may directly effect social behaviours associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), according to new research..
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Digestive issues are all too familiar to Americans, as roughly nine out of 10 (86%) say they’ve dealt with some type of gastrointestinal or digestive trouble in the past year, according to a recent study from Mintel. But as many take a more proactive approach to their health (in addition to airing some concerns about the cost and side effects of GI remedies), the door is wide open for probiotic and fiber ingredients to continue stealing market share..
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The use of edible films could be a new approach to the production of functional cereals and bakery products with added probiotics, according to new research..
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The food and nutrition industries should be focusing on bioavailablity and bioefficacy of nutrients, and not just on big numbers on product labels, says a leading social entrepreneur who has spent over a decade boosting the nutritional status of the severely malnourished across Africa..
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A study into free drying has found that freeze dried strawberries largely preserved vitamin C and total phenolic content (TPC), compared to equivalent chilled strawberries stored over seven days..
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Posted on 18 December 2013 Despite EU restrictions on health claims, the niche functional soft drinks market may finally be showing signs of recovery within West Europe, according to a focus piece on functional soft drinks in Canadean’s latest Quarterly Beverage Tracker. Functional drinks, such as juice-based drinks and waters with added vitamins and minerals have been popular in countries such as France and especially Denmark, with both markets recording a better performance in 2012 compared to the previous year..
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