Chopsticks are pairs of equal length sticks used for eating and cooking purposes, across the globe. They are majorly used in the Asian countries and form a significant part of the day-to-day eating routines of Koreans, Chinese, Taiwanese, Japanese, and other Asians.
Probiotics ingredients are recommended for individuals with digestive distress, high blood glucose level and various other illnesses. Probiotics ingredients consist of beneficial microorganisms which help in maintaining the balance between good and bad bacteria in human beings and animals.
Emulsifiers are utilized as key additives in various food processing applications including bakery, dairy, meat, convenience products, and beverages. These products have contributed to a significant consumption of emulsifying agents since the past few years.
Krill oil is one of the major products that are projected as a direct replacement for fish oil owing to the high content of fatty acids such as the eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid. The fatty acids of fish oil are attached to triglycerides which can also have the adverse effect on the health but krill oil contains choline-containing phospholipids and a phosphatidylcholine which is more beneficial and easily absorbed by the body.
There are some basic body requirements about nutrition that are not fulfilled by the staple meal. Dietary supplements are used to offset these deficiencies. Dietary supplements are an effective and safe alternative in fulfilling the nutritional requirements required for a healthy body.
We all are encouraged to have a healthy diet in our lives. Milk and other dairy items, along with meat and poultry products, are all said to help us in maintaining a fit lifestyle. What the most crucial aspect is here, is that the health of the animals, who are the source of these products, should be optimum, and this is where animal feed organic trace minerals come into the picture. We may not know a thing about them; however, this is a very important part in a farmer’s handbook. How, you might ask?
Vanillin is a key aromatic compound extensively used to enhance the aroma and flavor of the various end-use products. It is the principal aroma and flavor compound in vanilla beans. It is also found in ‘Leptotes bicolor’, an orchid species found in Paraguay and Southern Brazil as well as the Southern Chinese red pine. Based on how it is produced, it can be classified into Pure, Natural & Synthetic. Vanillin comes in two forms - liquid and powdered.
The current decade, due to end soon, is expected to be remembered for the global attention towards climate change, as well as the introduction of sustainable products in our lives. Every industry has had to make process and ingredient changes so that they can be considered as environmentally conscious. Use of chemicals in production is now becoming a strict no-no for many industries, and they have brought out their own range of eco-friendly products.
Snacks is an important part of diet which helps to gain essential nutrients and maintain energy levels in a human body. Healthy snacks are emerging as alternative for traditional snacks. Healthy snacks have various advantages which include resistance to weight gain, curb the craving for additional food, boosting brain power, and improving health. Healthy snacks also provide an effective alternative to fit the much-needed essential nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fibres, and proteins in the diet.
Xylitol is a sugar polyol which is widely used as low calorie sugar alternative. Xylitol has significant contribution in improving preventing health concerns including high blood sugar, obesity, and tooth decay. Low glycemic index and low calorific value of the sugar alternative enable it to act as an ideal low calorie sweetener for people with diabetes, obesity, and other metabolic syndromes
Antimicrobial packaging kills pathogens that contaminate foods & beverages. This application involves the ‘controlled release’ of antimicrobial agents in packaging materials.
Feed additives are the common ingredients of diets in animals. The importance of feed additives has been realized and recognized over the past few years only. These products help in achieving greater efficiency and higher production.
Baking is a method of mixing various ingredients in appropriate proportions to produce a wide variety of bakery products. The functional ingredients used in baking are enzymes, baking powder, baking soda, flour, corn starch, sugar, oil and others. The raw materials involved in manufacturing of such baking ingredients comprise of wheat, sugarcane, poultry and cereals.
Organic starch acts as a binding, thickening, anticaking, filling, and gluing agent in food and beverage application. Rising demand for convenience foods and busier lifestyles of consumers are factors anticipated to encourage market growth over the forecast period. The on-the-go lifestyle trend in the U.S. is expected to boost the use of organic starch in food sector over the next eight years. Convenient, easy to carry options, offered by manufacturers of bakery products, such as pocket rolls and wraps, are further anticipated to drive the market over the forecast period.
Global bottled water market is expected to witness brisk growth over the forecast period owing to rising health concerns and shortage in healthy drinking water. Shift in consumer preferences due to additional health benefits can be attributed to the growth in the recent years. Due to a shift in consumer preference towards healthy eating and drinking habits, the demand for this product is presumed to witness robust growth over the forecast period. Innovation in packaging coupled with efficient supply chain has resulted rapid growth in the recent past.
Health benefits and nutritional content of protein ingredients, with its essential functional properties make it a vital constituent of the human body. They assist in maintaining muscles, losing fat and promote proper healing of body. The human body requires 13 essential amino acids that form the building blocks of proteins. However, the human body is unable to produce nine of these amino acids and thereby they must be obtained through other food sources, essentially called protein supplements.
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