Evidence linking the microbiome to healthy immune function is compelling
August 23, 2017
Consumers are now regularly exposed to the idea of a dietary approach targeting the microbiome. Increasingly, they are becoming aware that the maintenance of digestive health can be the path to an improved state of health and well-being.
ADM/Matsutani’s Fibersol helps processors increase fiber, reduce sugar and calories
August 8, 2017
ADM/Matsutani LLC used the 2017 Institute of Food Technologists Expo (IFT17) to showcase its Fibersol® line of soluble dietary fiber ingredients. Fibersol ingredients help product developers create new and improved food and beverage products while they increase fiber content, reduce sugar and/or calories, meet a variety of label claims—and more.
Bay State Milling’s new HealthSense™ high fiber wheat flour is derived from high amylose wheat
June 19, 2017
Bay State Milling Company, IFT Expo Booth #4070, introduces HealthSense™, a high fiber wheat flour derived from high amylose wheat. HealthSense™ offers the combined benefits of customary wheat flour functionality, a highly desired macronutrient, and traceability to the farm in one ingredient.
Beneo using IFT to showcase healthier snack ingredients
April 26, 2017
BENEO, a leading global supplier in functional ingredients, will focus on healthier snacks at the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Food Expo in Las Vegas from June 25-28. Visitors to IFT booth #4023 will learn how small bites to eat throughout the day can be made healthier—in tune with today’s consumer requirements.
Nexira showcases organic ingredients at Vitafoods Europe
April 19, 2017
It’s no secret that consumers are demanding more transparency and clean labels when it comes to foods, beverages and supplements. Likewise, natural and organic products no longer represent trends. They have become mainstream markets. Also consider that an estimated 10% of global new food, beverage and supplements introduced during 2016 carried an organic label claim.*
BEST Pea Hull Fibers are considered by FDA as an "intrinsic and intact" dietary fiber
March 29, 2017
In May 2016, the US FDA shook the fiber world when it released its long awaited final rule Nutrition and Supplement Facts Label Regulations. Several previously approved fibers, including oat fiber and inulin, were excluded from the new definitions. Customers have been left in limbo, wondering whether they need to be scrambling to find another fiber.
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