Nestle to launch organic breakfast cereal variants
Cereal Partners Worldwide (CPW), the maker of Nestlé breakfast cereals, has launched organic versions of its Chocapix, Cheerios and Nesquik cereals, as consumer demand for organic products rises.
Eating foods with low nutritional quality linked to cancer risk
The consumption of foods with higher scores on the British Food Standards Agency nutrient profiling system (FSAm-NPS), reflecting a lower nutritional quality, is associated with an increased risk of d........(Read More)
Vitamin A deficiency leads to illness and death of children¬Ė UNICEF
UNICEF stressed that just two doses of vitamin A per year, can save thousands of children’s lives.
Vitamin A boosts the immune system and can help protect young children from potentially f........(Read More)
DuPont celebrates 20th Anniversary of HOLDBAC YM Protective Cultures
Before the clean label movement gained momentum in the late 1990s, dairies and food manufacturers were mainly relying on chemical alternatives to cope with food spoilage issues or simply accepting limited shelf life. ........(Read More)
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