Cutting Sugar In Beloved Chocolate Hazelnut Spreads

As children head back to school, monitoring their sugar consumption in food and beverages becomes more challenging.  Food-tech start-up B.T. Sweet, Ltd. introduces CAMBYA™, its plant-based, sweetening platform to cut loads of sugar from favourite treats, such as hazelnut and chocolate spreads. B.T. Sweet cracked the code on helping manufacturers…

Pandemic Places A Spotlight On Keeping Healthy Among China’s Consumers

The health crisis has underlined the importance of managing diets for better health. In a study published by Nielsen[1], 80 percent of consumers in China revealed that they will pay more attention to their diet, even after the pandemic subsidies. Foods with health claims are a big draw in China,…

Excessive Consumption Of Soft Drinks Can Increase The Risk Of Death

Another study has yet again highlighted the health risk of soft drinks consumption. This new study found that people who drink more than two, eight ounce glasses of fizzy beverages a day—artificially-sweetened or sugar-sweetened, were associated with greater risk of death. The population-based cohort study was conducted among 451,743 individuals…

Chr. Hansen Launches Sweety Y-1

The first culture in the world allowing dairy manufacturers to create naturally sweeter products while reducing added sugar Health organisations, governments and retailers are setting objectives to reduce sugar in foods while consumers are increasingly focusing on sugar content, looking for healthy and natural products that taste great. This means…

Better Juice Reduces All Types Of Sugar In Juice

Better Juice Limited has developed innovative technology to reduce the load of simple sugars in orange juice. The patent-pending enzymatic technology uses all-natural ingredients to convert monosaccharides and disaccharides (fructose, glucose, and sucrose) into prebiotic and other non-digestible fibres and sugars, while keeping the juicy flavour of the beverage. Popular…

Australia: Reducing Sugar In Soft Drinks Helps To Reconnect Consumers

Australia’s total carbonated soft drink (CSD) volume sales are expected to see a 2.3 percent decline in 2017, according to market intelligence company Mintel. In fact, CSD sales dipped 4.7 percent in 2016 since 2014. The CSD sector in Australia is facing continued pressure amid consumer concerns about sugar. A…
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