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Supplier Innovations and News Corbion Purac extends natural line Corbion Purac is launching Verdad Avanta C100, an optimized powder formulation that provides 90 to 120 days of Listeria control and extends shelf life for natural uncured meats. The ingredient uses vinegar and celery powder to maintain a natural label. This extension to the company's Verdad Avanta line of clean label ingredients provides meat and poultry processors with typical cured meat color and yield improvement. Visit: Survey: Consumers choose products with honey The National Honey Board's recent consumer research survey indicates that honey is a hit with consumers. Ninetythree per cent of consumers said they consider honey a natural sweetener, and 48% said they look for product labels that include honey. Fifty-eight per cent of consumers with one or more children and 60% of consumers between the ages of 18 and 34 look for honey on product labels. Consumers will even pay more for products made with honey. Nearly 60% of consumers said they would pay at least 5% more for bread primarily sweetened with honey, and about half claimed they would pay at least 5% more for food bars, ready-todrink tea and yogurt primarily sweetened with honey. "This independent survey confirmed our assumptions that consumers love honey," said Catherine Barry, the National Honey Board's director of marketing. "Many consumers think the ingredient is natural, look for it on labels and pay more for a product that is made with honey." FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® In a study testing 1,386 U.S. adults, DSM Nutritional Products found that 80% had omega-3 concentrations below the dietary guidelines for heart health and 95% did not achieve levels associated with cardioprotection. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans Advisory Committee and the American Heart Association recommend two servings of seafood per week to provide the fatty acids, but less than 10% of the Visit: Cryogenic freezer boosts throughput 56 DSM finds U.S. adults need more omega-3 fatty acids Linde L.L.C. is introducing its proprietary impingement freezer that may improve throughput of such products as chicken breasts, fillets, trim, beef patties and pizza. Using high-velocity nitrogen vapor, Linde's freezer can freeze 300% more than a standard cryogenic tunnel freezer of similar length. The process reduces dehydration and weepage losses more than most cryogenic and nearly all mechanical freezing processes, according to the company. U.S. population is believed to achieve this. "The results of this study offer a valuable point of reference for previous and future studies investigating the benefits of dietary omega-3 fatty acids on cardiovascular health," said Manfred Eggersdorfer, Ph. D., senior vice-president of Nutrition Science and Advocacy at DSM and professor for healthy ageing at University Medical Center Groningen. Visit: Visit: February 9, 2016

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Food Business News - February 9, 2016
Mondelez expects snack sales to slow
Starbucks ‘firing on all cylinders’ in C.P.G.
Beverage Business News - Boosting the nutrition profile of beverages
Table of Contents
Web Contents
Editorial - Trust and the rising bar for ‘achieving’ food safety
Survey finds natural labels may mislead consumers
‘The U.S. consumer has changed’
Take the lead in transparency
ChemChina to acquire Syngenta for $43 billion
A new venture for PepsiCo
Chipotle focusing on recovery, food safety
Coca-Cola takes stake in Nigerian business
SuperValu picks new president, c.e.o.
Madagascar 2 - Vanilla prices soar again
Nestle in talks to acquire Israel’s largest food company
Global challenges weigh on Hershey’s earnings
Court sides with Dannon, General Mills in yogurt case
Market Insight - Beef is bouncing back
Ingredient Trends - Plant protein applications evolving
Ingredient Innovations - Three considerations when choosing emulsifiers
Emulsion innovation extends beverage stability
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - Ethanol fuels fireworks in the Iowa Republican caucus
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index

Food Business News - February 9, 2016