Wacker launches Cavamax Foam Topping Powder for Asian cold beverage market
Food and Drink Technology » Juice
by Rodney Jack
5M ago
At this year’s Food Ingredients Asia, Wacker is showcasing its new Cavamax Foam Topping Powder, a cyclodextrin-based product with a ready-to-use formulation to create creamy foam toppings for cold drinks like tea, coffee and juice. Currently, the product is only available in China and Southeast Asia. FI Asia, ASEAN’s largest food and beverage ingredients event, will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, from September 20 to 22.# In Asia, trendy cold beverages are booming. Consumers are looking for personalised experiences in their daily lives, while at the same time demanding healthy choices to suppor ..read more
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Better Juice and GEA establish sugar-reduction innovation centre
Food and Drink Technology » Juice
by Rodney Jack
1y ago
Israeli start-up Better Juice, and GEA Group, Germany, have established a new pilot facility, inviting juice manufacturers to test their sugar-reduction technology. Starting in mid-July 2022, GEA and Better Juice will conduct product tests on behalf of beverage manufacturers looking to lower the sugar content in drinks. To provide the service, the new GEA Better Juice Sugar Converter Skid, which the industrial systems supplier developed based on the Better Juice process, has been installed at the GEA Test Center in Ahaus, Germany. With this solution for the juice industry, GEA is raising the p ..read more
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Better Juice goes commercial with sugar reduction deal
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by Alex Rivers
2y ago
FoodTech start-up Better Juice Ltd has sealed its first commercial deal to bring reduced-sugar juices one step closer to supermarket beverage aisles. The company inked an agreement with a major US fruit juice manufacturer for commercial installment of its sugar-reduction technology. This is Better Juice’s first official commercial venture in its long-term collaboration with GEA Group, AG, Germany, a world leader in process engineering for the food and beverage sectors. The two companies joined forces in a strategic move to scale up and promote the sugar-reduction technology throughout the glob ..read more
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Juice Executive targets further growth after £1.1m investment
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by Alex Rivers
2y ago
One of the UK’s leading producers of cold pressed juice drinks is investing £1.1m into a new extension at its Chatham factory. The Juice Executive, which supplies top organic retailers alongside hospitality and its own online brands, has completed work on a high care juice manufacturing facility that will deliver five times more capacity. Run by 29-year-old entrepreneur Alexandra Auger, this marks the second significant phase of family investment in the firm’s seven-year history and gives it the opportunity to target new markets for its 100 different organic juices, as well as creating a dedic ..read more
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Better Juice raises $8 million in seed funding
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by Alex Rivers
2y ago
Better Juice Ltd, the first company to reduce all sugars from natural juices, has raised USD$8 million in seed-round investment. This new influx of support was led by iAngels, Israel and includes investors: Maverick Ventures, Israel; Food Tech Lab TFTL, Spain; The Kitchen Hub, Israel, as part of the Strauss Group and IIA; NEOME, Israel; Schestowitz Group, Israel; and Semillero, Puerto Rico. The start-up’s enzymatic technology uses all-natural ingredients to convert fructose, glucose, and sucrose into prebiotic dietary fibers and other non-digestible molecules. Reducing up to 80% of all sugars ..read more
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Arla Foods Ingredients launches protein-enriched juice drink concept
Food and Drink Technology » Juice
by Alex Rivers
2y ago
Arla Foods Ingredients is highlighting the potential of its Lacprodan® ISO.Clear to bring the benefits of protein to juice drinks. Consumers are increasingly seeking beverages that combine health benefits with great taste and refreshment. At the same time, many are turning away from standard juice drinks because of their perceived high sugar content. This is helping drive demand for fortified and functional beverages, the global market for which is forecast to grow to USD $125 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 5.1%.1 High-protein and source of protein claims are also growing in the category, with ..read more
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KHS presents the first recyclable juice bottle made of 100% rPET
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by sarahm
2y ago
Dortmund systems provider, KHS is addressing the need for sustainable packaging with its new Beyond Juice concept: a fully recyclable juice bottle made of 100% recyclate. The bottle’s FreshSafe PET barrier system offers product and freshness protection. “With Beyond Juice we’re providing concrete answers to the challenges of the beverage industry, taking the juice bottle as an example. Also in view of the current debate on plastics practical, environmentally-friendly systems are becoming more and more important,” said Philipp Langhammer, product manager for barrier technology at KHS Corpoplast ..read more
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Cartons perform well in lifecycle assessment
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by sarahm
2y ago
An environmental lifecycle assessment (LCA) has found that single-use beverage cartons compare favourably with reusable glass bottles – and outperform single-use PET bottles – across the fresh milk, juice and UHT milk market segments. The results of the critically reviewed LCA study are based on an in-depth analysis of the German beverage packaging market, with expert review and oversight by the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA). SIG chief executive officer Rolf Stangl said: “The latest LCA confirms once again that beverage cartons are the preferred environmental choice for milk and juic ..read more
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AMC Group showcases plant-based and allergen-free production facility
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by sarahm
2y ago
AMC Group has unveiled its first purpose-built factory for freshly-squeezed juice and a variety of plant-based and free-from products. The new 55,000m² site in Lancashire, UK has created over 100 jobs and aims to supply the growing demand for healthier food options. Building of the £11m facility started in February 2018 and production of dairy-free products, baby food and soups started in August. The new juice facility, which has the capability to provide the whole of the UK with freshly-squeezed juice, came online in April 2019. In order to meet this demand, the bespoke plant can squeeze 960 ..read more
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New flavours from Coca-Cola brands
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by sarahm
2y ago
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has announced new flavours from some of its biggest brands, including Capri-Sun, Appletiser and Fanta. All are launching in March 2019. Appletiser Spritzer Appletiser has announced its biggest innovation in two years with Appletiser Spritzer, a 250ml canned sparkling fruit juice drink. Launching in March, Appletiser Spritzer contains 50% real fruit juice and 50% sparkling water giving it a clean, crisp and refreshingly light taste. The product will be available in three variants including Apple & Exotic Lime, Apple & Blood Orange and Apple & Passi ..read more
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