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Volume 44, Issue 1, Jan 2017
Source: South African Food Review 44, pp 4 –4 (Jan 2017)More Less
A group of millennial students, well known for their digital savoir faire, were shown the latest advances in automation and robotic technology during the UK’s National Centre for Food Manufacturing innovation day. Taking cues from new developments on display, attendees predicted three key changes to the future of food manufacturing.
Source: South African Food Review 44, pp 10 –10 (Jan 2017)More Less
The 2016 edition of All4Pack Paris concluded on a high note. Held from 14 to 17 November 2016, the show lived up to its reputation as the global meeting place for the packaging, processing, printing and handling industries. Of particular interest was the massive increase in visitor profiles from the EMEA region.
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Observe the average South African enjoying a meal or a snack and chances are that a “combo-deal-to-go” will be a popular favourite. While consumers may be ignorant of potentially toxic substances being ingested, the country is seeing growing investment in public health awareness campaigns.
Author Peter Schouw AndersenSource: South African Food Review 44, pp 14 –14 (Jan 2017)More Less
Arla Foods Ingredients has launched Lacprodan Hydro.365 (Hydro.365), its most advanced whey protein hydrolysate to date. Originally developed for elite athletes, the product combines the highest quality whey protein with rapid absorption properties. This can lead to enhanced recovery after training - and a potential reduction in recovery time.
Author Penny NtuliSource: South African Food Review 44, pp 26 –26 (Jan 2017)More Less
Tetra Pak’s Juice Index reveals that consumers want healthier drinking products. The trend has introduced a bevy of new products and interesting processing methods. The category for not from concentrate (NFC) is gaining market share from 100 per cent juice derived from concentrates. This reflects that consumers are willing to pay a premium for natural and healthy products.
Source: South African Food Review 44, pp 32 –32 (Jan 2017)More Less
The Flexographic Technical Association of South Africa’s (FtaSA) Print Excellence Awards affords the industry the opportunity to see what flexographic process competitors are producing and improving. The awards ceremony was held on 3 November 2016, at Emperors Palace in Kempton Park.