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    Evonik's dietary supplement MEDOX hits the German market

    Evonik's dietary supplement MEDOX hits the German market

    A few days ago, Evonik's natural dietary supplement MEDOX landed on the German market. The product is made from Scandinavian European bilberries and is rich in anthocyanins with high concentration of plant pigments.
    DSM launches a comprehensive solution for plant meat

    DSM launches a comprehensive solution for plant meat

    Recently, DSM has launched a comprehensive solution portfolio for plant-based meat substitutes designed to improve taste, texture and nutritional value, while also managing sodium in meat substitute applications
    DSM plant meat

    2020-07-13

    Researchers report impact of safety video on use of food thermometers

    Researchers report impact of safety video on use of food thermometers

    Study results just published by the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service show consumer behavior related to the use of thermometers when cooking ground turkey patties.
    food health research

    2020-07-10

    Antibacterial, antiviral, lactoferrin have so many uses!

    Antibacterial, antiviral, lactoferrin have so many uses!

    Lactoferrin is an iron-binding glycoprotein in transferrin, which is concentrated in the milk and various secretions of humans and mammals, but the highest content is in colostrum, the mucosal surface of mammals, tears, saliva , White blood cell granules
    Scientists extract protein from shrimp processing wastewater

    Scientists extract protein from shrimp processing wastewater

    According to foreign media reports, when shrimp are processed in a seafood processing plant, the resulting wastewater contains a lot of protein. Now scientists have devised a method to harvest this protein

    "Adaptive" original herbs grow strong

    Based on the consumer's perception of health awareness and the increase in daily mental pressure, plant raw material products that focus on the concept of "adaptive" have been circulated in the past two years.
    Light drinking may protect brain function

    Light drinking may protect brain function

    Light to moderate drinking may preserve brain function in older age, according to a new study.
    food health

    2020-07-06

    4 post-epidemic trends in the spice industry

    4 post-epidemic trends in the spice industry

    The International Codex Alimentarius Commission (Codex Alimentarius) on July 2 sorted out the global spice industry, listing the seven challenges it faces and the four major trends emerging.
    Nopal vitamin E may affect intestinal flora and promote metabolism

    Nopal vitamin E may affect intestinal flora and promote metabolism

    A recent result published by researchers at Texas Tech University in the "Nutrition Research" believes that tocotrienol (a configuration of vitamin E) may help to change the composition of intestinal flora.
    Carbon black yogurt, coconut grey, plant carbon black

    Carbon black yogurt, coconut grey, plant carbon black

    Earlier this year, Activia, a Danone brand, used "charcoal" as a creative inspiration to launch a "carbon black yogurt" in Ukraine. It changed people's traditional impression of "white and flawless" yogurt, which is said to b
    Ajinomoto launches the first multivitamin and mineral product

    Ajinomoto launches the first multivitamin and mineral product

    Currently, Japan's Ajinomoto has launched the first non-amino acid supplement, which is a compound product containing 12 kinds of vitamins and 9 kinds of minerals, designed for the elderly in the Japanese domestic market.
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