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Microalgae Ingredients are the New Growth Levers for Animal and Human Nutrition
Microalgae Ingredients are the New Growth Levers for Animal and Human Nutrition

Veganism and plant-based foods are the new buzz words in the F&B landscape. Likewise, microalgae protein is anticipated to become the future of plant-based food. Since consumers are looking for new protein alternatives, the demand for microalgae protein has seen a prolific rise in the ...

Sustainable Commercial Seaweed Farming Techniques Intensify
Sustainable Commercial Seaweed Farming Techniques Intensify

Commercial seaweed aquaculture has come a long way in the last few decades. The commercial seaweed space offers lucrative growth opportunities for stakeholders operating in the current market landscape primarily driven by a host of advanced harvesting techniques entering the fray. Mounting...

Will Plant-Based and Edible Materials Create an Ideal Solution for Disposable Cutlery?
Will Plant-Based and Edible Materials Create an Ideal Solution for Disposable Cutlery?

Most of the foodservice outlets continue to offer food in plastic ware, in the view of low-cost, durability, and convenience attributes along with upsurge in adoption of throw-away culture. Today, a massive amount of plastic disposable cutlery is disposed into oceans, seas, and rivers, significantly...

Is Organic Ice Cream an Indulgence the World Can’t Afford?
Is Organic Ice Cream an Indulgence the World Can’t Afford?

In recent years, as consumers began to see deeper connection between diet, health, and environment, public profile of organic food gradually moved on an upward spiral. Once merely a specialty favored by the eco- and health-conscious consumers, organic food has now become a staple in specialty stores...

Dietary Supplements: Are They Entirely Futile?
Dietary Supplements: Are They Entirely Futile?

Nutrition is becoming the new vantage point for consumers today, making it a focal point for nearly all the innovations in the food and dietary supplements industries. Furthermore, consumers’ need for including various nutrients in their daily diets are commonly being combined with their need ...

Marching to an Era of Natural Food Preservatives
Marching to an Era of Natural Food Preservatives

Microbial hazards, food oxidation, spoilage, and food insecurity issues have acquired substantial economical, ethical, and legal importance in the food & beverage industry. Over the years, artificial preservatives such as sodium ...

Is Switch from Synthetic to Natural Food Colors a Stepping Stone to Innovation?
Is Switch from Synthetic to Natural Food Colors a Stepping Stone to Innovation?

In an ever-evolving global market where consumer expectations for natural products are significantly established, natural food ingredients are no longer a thing of the past...

Natural Antioxidants: Just a Health Fad or a Multibillion Dollar Industry?
Natural Antioxidants: Just a Health Fad or a Multibillion Dollar Industry?

As consumers’ inquisitiveness about the food they consume and its impact on their body is increasing, food manufacturers are coming up with innovative food ingredients, touting their positive effects on health...

Steel Drums and IBCs: The Push for Sustainability
Steel Drums and IBCs: The Push for Sustainability

Packaging in today’s world is complex and involves more than just making boxes and containers, but also involves taking into consideration the materials to be packed, accessibility to them, durability, logistics and much more. There has been a sea change in the packaging industry in the past...

Sustainability Factor in the Global Butyl Glycol Market
Sustainability Factor in the Global Butyl Glycol Market

Glycol Ethers are a group of organic solvents, commonly used as paints and cleaners for commercial and non-commercial purposes. Based on whether they are manufactured from ethylene oxide or propylene oxide, they are classified as "e-series" or "p-series" glycol ethers, the former...