Human lactoferrin derived from genetically modified cows’ milk is safe, according to data from a randomised, cross-over double blind, placebo-controlled study sponsored by the Dutch Food and Nutrition Delta.
The Coca-Cola Company has confirmed to BeverageDaily.com that it has signed a deal to distribute dairy-based sports recovery beverage Core Power as it targets early stage growth in an ‘exciting’ category.
Thanks to the internet, training tips and product advice that used to be the preserve of elite athletes and bodybuilders is now available to everyone, Brian Andrews, president of California-based sports nutrition firm All American EFX tells Elaine Watson....
There is room in the sports nutrition market for innovative new players, but being a minnow in a pond full of sharks is not easy, Alex Karsos, co-founder of New Jersey-based start-up GI (Grecian Ideal) Nutrition, tells Elaine Watson
Recent research backs dairy products in their battle to overcome bad press in established markets, while they have 'huge' opportunities to carry health benefits into regions such as the US, Latin American, India and Asia, where per capita consumption...
Following the outstanding success of last year’s edition, NutraIngredients-USA.com will host its 2nd virtual conference and expo dedicated to weight management, showcasing the latest trends and strategies in weight management for the food, beverage and...
Calcium supplements or dairy do not promote fat loss in overweight teens, suggests a new clinical trial, but a leading expert has challenged the interpretation of the data and says there is evidence to support the link.
Supplements of whey protein, but not soy protein, may improve body weight without restricting energy intakes or habitual diets in obese and overweight adults, suggests a new study by scientists from the US Department of Agriculture.
The next generation of weight management ingredients will contain a “cocktail of components” that address multiple factors around hunger and reward, according to the boss of Food for Health Ireland (FHI).
Bed rest studies revealing a “horrifying” loss of muscle mass in older people after just a few days of inactivity should serve as a wake-up call for industry to put tackling sarcopenia higher up the priority list, scientists have argued.
Marketing activity on TensVida (formerly TensGuard), a groundbreaking tripeptide from milk claimed to reduce blood pressure, has been put on ice by bosses at DSM after it failed to meet commercial targets.
General Mills has entered into definitive agreements to acquire a 51 percent controlling interest in French yogurt maker Yoplait and a 50 percent stake in a related entity that holds the global Yoplait brands.
The European Commission today approved DuPont’s €4.5bn offer for Danish probiotics, enzymes and ingredients giant Danisco but the deal remains in doubt as to date only 6% of Danisco shareholders have accepted the offer.
In the first part of our special focus on heart health, NutraIngredients examines the science behind the potential health benefits of a new wave of ingredients, from blood pressure lowering peptides from dairy, to flavanols from cocoa.
Glanbia has kicked off 2011 by making its second major US sports supplements acquisition in three years – with the $144m debt-free acquisition of leading pre-workout powder specialist, Bio-Engineered Supplements and Nutrition.
The US functional foods market is set to grow to $8.618bn by 2015 – a 21 jump from 2009 levels driven by the continuing popularity of energy drinks and growing demand for fortified dairy products like probiotic yogurts.
Milk Specialties Global has agreed to pay fines totaling $535,000 after safety violations were found at its Whitehall, Wisconsin facility, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has said.