From Kellogg's new joyböl smoothie bowls for "deskfast" to Novozyme's strong performance over nine months and what you should know about China's cross-border e-commerce sector, a lot has happened over the past seven days. Here’s...
The potential health benefits of consuming yerba maté may be linked to its ability to boost the formation of new mitochondria – the powerhouses of our cells – and increase energy expenditure, for lab mice at least.
La Huerta de Elisa has developed a range of all-natural baby foods made with native fruit and veg and will launch an organic line next year, plugging a significant gap in a monopolized market, its founder says.
Dairy giant FrieslandCampina Ingredients is aiming to capitalize more effectively on the growing demand for high-quality ingredients in Latin America with its new new sales office in São Paulo, Brazil.
Using commercial salt replacers such as Salona (ICL Brazil) may help reduce the sodium content in Prato cheese by 35% without affecting the sensory aspects of the product, says a new study from Brazil.
From ethnic flavor trends to infant gut microbiotas and acquisition news from Doehler and Kerry, a lot has happened over the past seven days. Here’s a round-up of the top seven global food and beverage news items to get you updated!
From duckweed-derived plant protein to making food labels easier for consumers, and Lact’Union's new ambient drinking yogurt, a lot has happened over the past seven days. Here’s a round-up of the top seven global food and beverage news items to get...
Coca-Cola Brazil has launched a line of Del Valle coconut water-juice blends and extended its Frut range to stretch business and align with consumer needs in a drawn-out economic crisis, its senior marketing manager says.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is coordinating with partners including Coca-Cola, Nestlé, Grupo Bimbo, Dow Chemical, the FEMSA Foundation, IBM, and Oxxo to fight food waste across Latin America and the Caribbean.
With Brazilian consumers looking for packaging formats and volumes to help avoid food waste, SIG has expanded its partnership with Nestlé to roll out new flexible filling lines in the Latin American country.