Rebel Kitchen, a U.K.-based marketer of coconut milk-based beverages, recently introduced an organic and high pressure processed (HPP) coconut water brand extension that will make its U.S. debut at Natural Products Expo East 2016, which begins in Baltimore next week. Rebel Kitchen’s new line comes in 8.4 oz. and 16 oz. sizes and is essentially Read more about Rebel Kitchen To Debut HPP Coconut Water at Expo East 2016[…]
September 9, 2016 – Abbotsford, British Columbia – Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Lawrence MacAulay announced today an investment of $10 million for Vitalus Nutrition Inc. to commercialize a value-added prebiotic. Vitalus, a leading supplier of customized dairy ingredients to the food, beverage and nutraceutical industries, has developed a proprietary technology to Read more about Canada Invests in Advanced Dairy Technology to extract prebiotics from milk[…]
Schuman Cheese, Fairfield, N.J., introduced a line of specialty cheeses as part of the company’s 70th anniversary celebration. The new line, Yellow Door Creamery, is entirely rBST-free and includes Brilliant Blue cheeses. The blue cheeses are sold as cubes in 5-ounce tubs (retailing for $4.50) and 2-packs of 2-ounce blue cheese portions for slicing ($4.99). Read more about Schuman Cheese launches line of specialty blue cheeses[…]
Company hopes to keep V8 relevant to Canadian consumers Campbell launches V8 energy drinks in Canada For many Canadians, Campbell’s food products are associated with a hot bowl of soup on a cold winter day. But that soothing image could be in for a shakeup if the company’s new V8+Energy sees success north of the Read more about Campbell launches V8 energy drinks in Canada[…]
HPP Tolling was established in 2012 by Liam Murphy and George Donohue who after some in-depth market research and advice from our partners/advisors which include Hiperbaric, Enterprise Ireland, University College Cork, Teagasc and AFBI opened for business in FoodCentral, St. Margarets, Co. Dublin in November 2013 after receiving approval to do so from DAFM, and Read more about High pressure processing (HPP) technology takes off in Ireland following the opening of Ireland’s first central treatment facility HPP tolling[…]
Upper Canada Creamery launches two-ingredient yogurt The way Josh Biemond tells it, your run-of-the-mill dairy takes milk and culls the butterfat out of it for butter and cheese. The watery milk that remains is used to make yogurt. Manufacturers use gums and powders to thicken the substance, then sugar is added to give it flavour. Read more about Upper Canada Creamery launches two-ingredient yogurt[…]
Nestlé Health Science Introduces Innovative BOOST® Nutritional Drinks in Compact Sizes Helping Older Adults Get the Nutrition They Need Florham Park, N.J. (July 16, 2015) ― Nestlé Health Science has announced the launch of the next generation of nutrition drinks – 4 fluid (fl) ounce (oz) size BOOST Calorie Smart® 100 Calories Balanced Nutritional Drink and Read more about Nestlé Health Science Introduces Innovative BOOST® Nutritional Drinks in Compact Sizes[…]
Leading European Consumer Goods Company to Ease Mayonnaise Products Out of Packaging With Food-Based Slippery Coating
Cambridge, Mass. – June 30, 2015 – LiquiGlide Inc. today announced a licensing agreement with Orkla ASA, giving the branded consumer goods company rights to use LiquiGlide’s slippery coating for mayonnaise products in the Nordics, Germany, Benelux and the Baltics. LiquiGlide’s slippery coating enables products to easily slide from packaging, eliminating food waste and providing a better consumer experience. The customized coating for Orkla’s mayonnaise products is made entirely from natural ingredients.
Benecol launch in China
Press Release, 10 June 2015
Raisio’s new Benecol partner Neptunus is launching Benecol powdered drink in China. This expansion to the world’s most populated country supports Raisio’s aim to open up new markets for Benecol products together with its licensing partners.
Benecol powdered drink will be first sold at approximately 1,700 Nepstar stores, mainly in large cities of the east coast of China. The aim is to have Benecol powdered drink available in selected hospital stores and sales channels of health care professionals in six months. In the long term, Neptunus will focus on significantly expanding its sales network
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Microbiologists at Oregon State University have discovered and helped patent and commercialize a new type of dairy or food thickener, which may add probiotic characteristics to the products in which it’s used.
The thickener is now in commercial use, and OSU officials say it may have a significant impact in major industries. The global market for polymers such as this approaches $7 billion, and there are estimates the U.S. spends up to $120 billion a year on probiotic products such as yogurt, sour cream and buttermilk.