Kyowa Hakko has developed a new fermentation process for the
production of the L-tyrosine, which will open up the amino acid's
use in nutritional products of non-animal origin and may help grow
the overall market.
The New Zealand food industry is wasting antioxidant-rich but
unattractive portions of vegetables that may be used as a source of
nutrients for supplements or the development of a new class of
fermented food products, say scientists...
Plans by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) to expand the
definition of grass-fed animals, has caused concern in the industry
that the growing market for organic pastured meats could be
undermined by commercial operations.
The enrichment of meat products with omega-3 and its addition to
animal feed to boost levels in animal-derived produce could play
major role bridging the gap between recommended and actual intake
in the modern population, says an...
Peanut skin, a waste product from peanut butter manufacturers, is a
rich source of extractable procyanidins and could create a cheaper
source of these antioxidant compounds to rival the grape seed
dominated polyphenols market.
Low spending on developing new products and processing techniques
coupled with sluggish export growth, has made the EU's food
industry vulnerable to increased global competition, according to
figures released by the bloc's...
A New Zealand research group plans to create a genetically modified
dairy herd capable of producing 'medicinal milk' that it says may
be used to fight a range of diseases and maintain a healthy immune
system, reports Chris...
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has given a negative
opinion about the safety of BioProtein, but has approved Reuteri
Pig Powder, Econase Wheat Plus and Roxazyme G2 as feed additivies
for various animals.