Ingredients

Hain Celestial: ‘Chia is red hot… Coconut's been on fire’

Hain Celestial: ‘Chia is red hot… Coconut's been on fire’

By Elaine WATSON

Hain Celestial has unveiled a raft of new products utilizing hot ingredients from chia and quinoa to coconut pulp and almonds, including organic gluten-free chia seed corn tortilla chips under the Garden of Eatin' brand, and coconut almond butter...

EFSA's panel had safety concerns relating to the GI tolerability of erythritol in drinks for children aged 3-9

NO EVIDENCE OF 'SIGNIFICANT' CHILD GI INTOLERANCE IN OTHER JURISDICTIONS: CARGILL

Cargill suffers bitter erythritol blow: EFSA rejects beverage use extension

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Cargill has failed in its second attempt to secure EU approval for use of bulk sweetener erythritol in soft drinks, after EFSA published a negative opinion relating to its introduction on child safety grounds.

Tour de France maillot jaune Bradley Wiggins, pictured during the race in Sète, Languedoc Rousillon, France by WRBM's Shane Starling © July 14 2012

new UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS STUDY SHOWS SIGNIFICANT PERFORMANCE GAINS

Power to the Peloton! Monster Energy picks up cycling pace

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Drinking Monster Energy boosted cycling time trial performance and cognitive functioning, in a new study that suggests sportspeople may benefit from energy drink consumption prior to competition.

Joint health, weight management and heart health claims will underpin the next generation of functional and healthy beverages, according to VIRUN CEO Philip Bromley

BEVERAGEDAILY.COM: FUNCTIONAL & HEALTHY BEVERAGES

Searching for the Holy Grail: Science-backed functional beverages

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Philip Bromley from US biotech firm VIRUN tells BeverageDaily.com that one form of the science ‘Holy Grail’ is a pill that gives you everything food does and more, without Oompa Loompa-style side-effects, but in the meantime there are science-backed functional...

Natural colours overtake synthetics as European growth leads the way

Global report on food colours

Clean label trend helps drive natural colours to overtake synthetics

By Nathan Gray

Natural colours have overtaken their synthetic counterparts for the first time ever, and the trend towards clean label products is one of the key drivers according to new data from Mintel and Leatherhead Food Research.

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