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Kerry Introduces Acryleast Pro - Next-generation acrylamide - reducing yeast now even more effective

Noviembre 21, 2022
Kerry, the world’s leading taste and nutrition company, has announced that it had released Acryleast™ Pro, the advanced iteration of the company’s signature acrylamide-reducing non-GMO (non-genetically modified) yeast, Acryleast™.
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Hydrite awarded One Green Globes certification for new corporate headquarters by the Green Building Initiative

Octubre 27, 2022
Hydrite, an integrated manufacturer and supplier of chemicals and related services, has earned a Green Globes® for New Construction certification with a One Green Globes rating for its new corporate headquarters
Opportunities for manufacturers globally to innovate in cheese-flavored snacks – Kerry consumer research

Opportunities for manufacturers globally to innovate in cheese-flavored snacks, according to Kerry consumer research

Agosto 30, 2022
Consumers across the world associate cheese flavors with indulgence, comfort and freshness, with significant variation in different regions, according to new research from Kerry, the world’s leading taste and nutrition company.
New nutrient profiling tools confirm starchy vegetables deliver comparable nutritional value as non-starchy vegetables and whole fruit

Study: starchy vegetables deliver comparable nutritional value as non-starchy vegetables and whole fruit

Junio 16, 2022
A new study recently published in Frontiers in Nutrition has challenged the tendency in nutrition research to separate starchy vegetables from their non-starchy counterparts
New processing technique could make potatoes healthier

Nutrition 2022: New processing technique could make potatoes healthier

Junio 15, 2022
Researchers announced early tests of a new potato processing technique designed to make our bodies digest potato starch more slowly. Laboratory demonstrations show that the approach blocks certain digestive enzymes
A depiction of the process for the elimination of amylose starch in a potato. Courtesy: Texas A&M AgriLife graphic

Texas A&M AgriLife researchers use CRISPR technology to modify starches in potatoes

Mayo 28, 2022
Humble potatoes are a rich source not only of dietary carbohydrates for humans, but also of starches for numerous industrial applications. Texas A&M AgriLife scientists are learning how to alter the ratio of potatoes’
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Recall of Cavendish Farms and No Name hash brown potatoes in Canada

Marzo 17, 2022
Classic hash brown patties from Cavendish Farms and potato patties from No Name are being recalled by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) due to undeclared wheat and barley.
The flavorful reduced-sodium SaltMe! potato chips will be available in more than 1,400 Kroger stores and banners beginning in March. Courtesy: Business Wire

Reduced sodium potato chips SaltMe! by Microsalt now available at Kroger

Marzo 15, 2022
MicroSalt Inc. announced that it's SaltMe! potato chips will be distributed to more than 1,400 Kroger grocery stores beginning mid-March. This milestone is a major move for MicroSalt on its mission to provide healthier, full-flavor potato chips
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Kerry identifies barbecue as the world’s top taste in 2021

Febrero 24, 2022
Kerry, the world’s leading taste and nutrition company has reviewed extensive research and examined global trends in emerging flavors in an effort to identify the top global taste trend in 2021.
Research finds more consumers weighing sustainability claims on packaged food choices

Research finds more consumers weighing sustainability claims on packaged food choices

Febrero 17, 2022
Sustainability considerations now influence the majority of the world’s grocery shoppers when buying packaged foods such as potato chips and cookies, according to Cargill’s most recent global FATitudes™ survey.

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