A leading expert from Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) will reveal the emerging opportunities to modify gut microbial populations in a keynote address at the second edition of Probiota Asia in Singapore.
Coca-Cola Singapore has launched a new line of low- or no-sugar ready-to-drink (RTD) teas called Authentic Tea House, as the firm continues its focus on reformulating products with lower sugar content.
Ulrick and Short, a UK-based clean label ingredients supplier, is in talks with distributors and food manufacturers in the Middle East to enter the market amid growing consumer demand for healthier products.
Japanese sauce maker Kenko Mayo has launched a blue-coloured salad dressing that contains spirulina extracts and collagen, in an attempt to meet consumer demands for “instagrammable” and healthier food.
Two types of plants in Yunnan, Myriopteron extensum and Derris eriocarpa have been found to contain highly sweet-tasting compounds that are at least 25 times sweeter than sucrose, according to researchers from the Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese...
Retail stores in parts of India such as Delhi-NCR, Punjab, and Gujarat were found selling illegal genetically modified (GM) foods, according to a report published by the Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE) Pollution Monitoring Laboratory of India.
PepsiCo’s “Better-for-you” snacks category is growing at a faster rate than the “Fun-for-you” category in Thailand, according to Nitin Bhandari, marketing director for foods at Pepsi-Cola Thai Trading.