November 27, 2022

Bakery & Dairy

New spray-drying plant in Uelzena

Long-term site security by expanding the existing drying capacity Commissioning scheduled for summer 2022 The Uelzena Group continues to pursue its strategic goals and is expanding the existing spray-drying technology at its Uelzen site to include an ultra-modern spray-drying plant. The new plant will be housed in a separate building next to the high-bay warehouse

CONSUMERS STILL SWEET ON INDULGENT TREATS

CONSUMERS STILL HAVE A SWEET TOOTH

The rise of veganism and the growing popularity of plant-based and clean-tasting foods are giving consumers more lifestyle choices, but there is increasing evidence that many are unwilling to give up on their indulgent treats, according to inclusion specialist Pecan Deluxe Candy (Europe) Ltd. Although the public wants the food industry to make food healthier

Nestle Kitkat chocolatory

NESTLÉ JAPAN LAUNCHES NEW KITKAT

Nestlé has launched the KitKat Chocolatory Cacao Fruit Chocolate, the first product to use a unique chocolate made entirely from the cocoa fruit. The iconic crispy KitKat wafer is coated with a 70% dark chocolate that uses the beans and pulp from the cocoa fruit as the only ingredients. This exclusive confectionery will be available in Japan for online

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CHICKP TAPS INTO THE DAIRY ALTERNATIVE MARKET

ChickP Ltd., a foodTech startup developing innovative plant proteins, launches a line of next-gen chickpea isolates especially designed for plant-based dairy alternative products. This ground-breaking plant protein uses patent-pending technology to extract up to 90% pure protein out of the chickpea seed. Global launches of dairy alternative products are triple the rate of new food and beverage launches overall,

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EGYPTIAN SNACK LEADER ACHIEVEMENT

Egyptian snack manufacturer, Future Foods, has successfully launched a new pretzel range after collaborating with tna, a leading solutions provider in the food processing and packaging industry, to successfully install a seasoning, processing and packaging line. This launch has helped Future Foods achieve 100% productivity at high speeds of up to 165 bags per minute (BPM). Founded