A New Zealand study has revealed that sugar-sweetened beverages appears to contain higher health risks than sugar-containing foods, especially when it comes to metabolic syndrome development.
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Andritz, which has been supplying centrifugal separators for dairy and liquid food for 80 years, is seeing ‘a promising market’ in beer production.
Changing the size of oil droplets in emulsions can boost satiety and reduce food intake – without a change in taste or mouth feel, say researchers.
LiquiGlide has signed a partnership with Pact Group in Australia, which makes packaging for the food, dairy, beverage and industrial sector.
Firm looking to develop printing inks and food quality assurance testing equipment
Tetra Pak has launched a range of hot-melt adhesives and lubricants, called Tetra Pak hot melt adhesives, in partnership with Henkel, for its own filling machines.
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Borealis has launched a low density polyethylene (LDPE) homopolymer produced with high pressure tubular technology.
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HB Fuller adhesives manufacturer celebrates its 126 year anniversary this year.
SIG Combibloc says the runaway Chinese success of its drinksplus technology is ‘going global’, with top food firms impressed by its premium beverage applications.
Study unlocks potential for transparent, food grade nano-emulsions
US scientists have developed a technique to produce transparent nano-emulsions for food and beverages, which may present formulators with new delivery systems for value-added ingredients.
Hot-fill PET container sets new standards, says company
Enhanced heat resistance leading to less shrinkage, improved barrier performance and superior clarity are claims made for a new hot-fill PET container soon to hit the market.
Sugar beet pectin outperforms gum arabic: study
The potential rise of sugar beet pectin use in the food industry
could see it substitute for gum arabic in emulsions, according to
new results from Wales.
Sprayer launched for chocolate enrobement
A new pressure spray system, that uses precise
temperature settings, gives confectioners better control when
coating products with chocolate and other viscous liquids, the
New technology mixes without stirring
A new method of mixing and heat exchange for highly viscous liquids
without the use of traditional stirrers, has been developed by
Palsgaard develops stress-resistant cake emulsifier
Danish ingredients manufacturer Palsgaard has developed a new
instant cake emulsifier which safeguards cake quality throughout
the stresses inflicted on batter during processing.
Super Gum 'wows' as delivery system for food
The modified gum arabic product 'Super Gum' could stabilise
water-in-oil-in-water emulsions, opening up opportunities for fat
reduction and novel encapsulation, researchers from New Zealand
Liquid dispenser pumps thick and thin
Rieke Packaging Systems has launched a new pump, which can dispense
a variety of liquid products from free-flowing sauces to highly
viscous creams as well as those containing small particulates.
Protein-sugar combo could boost encapsulation stability
A protein-polysaccharide combination for stabilising
water-in-oil-in-water emulsions could lead to customised double
emulsions with differing release behaviours, German researchers
Enzyme-modified soybean sugar - another gum arabic replacer?
Soybean soluble polysaccharide (SSPS) modified by a
rhamnogalacturonase (RGase) enzyme could be used in flavour
emulsions, and is a potential replacement for gum arabic, say
researchers from Fuji Oil Company.
Palsgaard emulsifier 'doubles' shelf life
A new cake emulsifier with a shelf life of a minimum of 24 months
has been devised by Danish ingredients manufacturer Palsgaard.
Ultrasonic sensors take the measure of fluids, liquids
New ultrasonic sensors provide a means for cosmetics processors to
gauge the amount of fluids or solids in containers.
New emuslifier targets confectionery applications
A new emulsifier blend based on a mix of sucrose esters has been
launched with the UK confectionery market in mind.
Emulsion forms grease proof barrier for packaging
A food-contact safe emulsion developed by a joint US and German
company keeps oil, grease and water from penetrating paperboard
packages and helps maintain product freshness.
Palsgaard new emulsifier-stabiliser system targets low fat foods
Targeting growing demand for fat-reduced food formulations, Danish
emulsifier firm Palsgaard launches a new emulsifier-stabiliser
system for chilled, quark based aerated desserts.
Shell launches extreme heat transfer fluid
Shell Lubricants has developed a new food grade heat transfer fluid
- Shell FM Heat Transfer Fluid 32 - designed to help food companies
meet the extreme operating temperatures of heat transfer systems
and reduce the risk of oil contamination.
Ensuring fluid processing
Petro-Canada has launched a new trolley fluid for meat-processing
operations that it claims offers unmatched protection against wear,
rust and drips. The manufacturer says that while the fluid has been
designed to deal with the harshest...
Pump through thick and thin
Rieke Dispensing has launched a new 10ml pump, which is said to be
capable of handling a variety of liquid products from free-flowing
sauces to highly viscous creams, as well as those containing small