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Fi Europe 2017 show

A variety of ingredients will be on display at Fi Europe.|All the current issues shaping the global food and beverage landscape will be on the comprehensive agenda at Fi Europe.|Professionals from the food and beverage sector will be able to exchange ideas and examine the latest trends in the industry.|Visitors to Fi Europe & Ni 2017 will get the chance to see, taste and smell the wide range of ingredients on offer from suppliers around the world.

SupplySide West: where science and strategy intersect

This year’s SupplySide West saw a record-breaking expo hall and numerous new exhibitors as well as returning companies keen to take part again.|Attendees engaged with industry experts, exploring some of the primary factors driving product development.

Regulatory hurdles in EU for exploiting health benefits of cannabidiol products

For many years, the use of CBD has been hampered by its association with the drug cannabis, even though it has no psychoactive properties.|Current regulation means that many parts of the hemp plant cannot be used, resulting in the waste of valuable material. This leads to increased production costs and higher consumer prices.|CBD could be incorporated into a variety of products, including tea.

Health benefits of Omega-3, scientists need to keep investigating

Most people in the US obtain fatty acids via supplements, whereas those in France and Germany ingest them through the consumption of seafood.|Scientific studies have proved that omega-3 – prevalent in foods such as fish and eggs – can have a positive impact on the health of eyes.

Growing concern over additives in food

Consumers are considering more carefully what goes into the food they eat and are increasingly well informed about what constitutes a healthy diet for their individual lifestyles.|The industry must work hard to inform and educate consumers about the role played by preservatives in promoting food safety.

Benefits of low-calorie sweeteners

Low-calorie sweeteners are typically hundreds of times sweeter than sugar by weight, which means that only very small quantities are needed to have an equivalent effect on taste.|A range of low-calorie sweeteners is now available to replace sugar in foods and beverages to provide a wider choice of sweet-tasting products with fewer calories.