Faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is an ancient therapy that has been increasingly utilised in modern medical practice for the treatment of Clostridioides difficile infection, but what are the emerging areas of promise?
An expert panel has identified that interventions based on biomarkers and disease prevention need to be the key priority areas for the nutritional scientific community to promote healthy ageing as the number of seniors in APAC soars.
After launching its Asia business in Singapore and Hong Kong in 2014, swiftly followed by Vietnam and Thailand, Aussie craft gin brand Four Pillars is now seeking to build its name in the altogether different environment of Japan’s capital.
World-renowned tea giant Dilmah Tea has seen phenomenal growth and success since its humble beginnings as a small family business in Sri Lanka over three decades ago, but CEO Dilhan Fernando has told us in an exclusive interview that the firm will not...
Kirin is seeking to secure new markets for its functional food brand “iMUSE”, which contains the lactic acid bacteria Lactococcus Plasma, with work also underway to include another strain, Lactobacillus KW.
E-commerce is increasingly dominating the world of food and beverage, as consumers continue to flock online, but what does the future have in store for retail, logistics, payment systems and the growing demand for personalisation?
Kerry’s newly launched production plant in India has placed significant focus on technology and design catering to sustainability and efficiency, with the aim of using more energy from renewable sources, its South West Asia Vice President exclusively...
The Health Star Ratings (HSR) scoring system has come under fire yet again as the completion of its five-year-review draws close, with both consumer groups and academics calling for major changes in its proceedings.
South Australia’s reputation for being Australia’s epicurean centre is getting a boost, with spirits distilling now making a name for itself in the state, in addition to the wineries that first brought it that distinction.
The founder of Malaysian brand Aya claims to have created the first ‘multipurpose’ sauce brand in Malaysia, with the product capable of being prepared in a number of ways, depending on the ability of the cook.
The potential for probiotics and prebiotics to deliver significant benefits to people suffering from chronic kidney conditions, and the emerging science behind the gut-kidney axis, will be the subject of a keynote presentation at our forthcoming Probiota...