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Keep it clean: Processed plant proteins and consumer perception

With health and wellness at the forefront of consumers’ minds, demand for plant-based protein is exploding. But as manufacturers try to recreate the taste, texture and appearance of meat and dairy products using plant proteins, they inevitably need to use additives such as flavours, colours and emulsifiers. Do consumers see these as clean label or could there be a backlash beckoning?

  • Niamh Michail
  • Niamh Michail
  • Innovation and Ingredients Editor​​
  • Foodnavigator
  • LinkedIn Niamh Michail

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Multifunctional Citrus Fibre – the answer to successful reformulation and clean & simple solutions.

How can the requirements for reformulation and clean & simple be reconciled?

Can sugar, salt and fat be reduced without impacting mouthfeel and taste? What solutions are there for more transparency and simplicity in ingredient selection?

Multifunctional citrus fibres reconcile the requirements for reformulation and also consumer requirements for familiar-sounding ingredients.

Our experts shall answer these and other questions in our forthcoming webinar. Discover the potential of multifunctional citrus fibres to optimise food products. Using savoury products as an example, learn to produce clean and simple products that meet the expectations of both consumers and you as manufacturers.

  • Dana Wels
  • Dana Wels
  • Technical Laboratory Manager/Project Development
  • Herbafood Ingredients GmbH
  • LinkedIn Dana Wels
  • David Gebhardt
  • David Gebhardt
  • Sales and Technical Service Manager
  • Herbafood Ingredients GmbH
  • LinkedIn David Gebhardt

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First to market: natural vegetarian capsules for clean label

Examining the purchasing attitudes of 3,000 consumers across Europe, a recent study commissioned by Capsugel, now a Lonza company, found that clean label solutions are popular amongst food supplement users. With this demand showing no signs of abating, finding a way of coloring food supplements, while helping a product achieve a clean label claim, is vital for manufacturers.

Using advanced technology and quality platforms, the new Vcaps® Plus Spirulina capsule has been specifically designed to help manufacturers meet clean label requirements and secure a competitive advantage.

Why attend the webinar?

Gain access to our latest insights on consumers’ clean label preferences and learn more about the potential of dosage forms and applications.

Discover how Vcaps® Plus Spirulina provides a high-quality solution, adding color to your product without an E Number on the packaging.

Attendees receive a free sample of Vcaps® Plus Spirulina capsules upon request.

  • Morgan Laloux
  • Morgan Laloux
  • Business Development Manager Consumer Health & Nutrition
  • Lonza
  • LinkedIn Morgan Laloux

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Natural vanillin: the universal solution for cost-competitiveness & clean label

Consumers around the world are asking more & more for clean label and authenticity in packaged foods. Following an extended survey along the worldwide food value chain, Solvay confirms that developing affordable natural solutions is one of the main challenges of the Industry.

How to manage properly such a challenge, allying performance, taste & cost control? Especially in the case of the beloved vanilla taste, when vanilla bean is so expensive?

Let’s deep dive into our vanillin case study: learn more about natural vanillin, its applications and how to comply with flavour legislations. Come & discover opportunities to develop new products with a clean labels claim.

  • Corinne Duffy
  • Corinne Duffy
  • Technical Marketing Manager
  • Solvay Aroma Performance
  • LinkedIn Corinne Duffy
  • Maud Joassard
  • Maud Joassard
  • Operational Marketing Manager
  • Solvay Aroma Performance
  • LinkedIn Maud Joassard
  • Mike Tan
  • Mike Tan
  • Business Manager
  • Solvay Aroma Performance
  • LinkedIn Mike Tan

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Clean label 2.0: Examining tomorrow’s top ingredient trends – Roundtable Discussion

Once a point of differentiation, demand for natural and authentic foods mean clean labels are now frequently a prerequisite for sales success. But as food manufacturers work to keep chemical-sounding ingredients out of their products, they must also grapple with issues around food safety, waste, sugar reduction and functionality. With the continued evolution of consumer expectations, we examine the meaning of clean labels to consumers and ask what challenges and opportunities will shape the future of clean labelling.

  • Dr. Daniele Asioli
  • Dr. Daniele Asioli
  • Lecturer in Consumer Studies, Applied Economics, Marketing and Development
  • University of Reading
  • LinkedIn Dr. Daniele Asioli
  • Dr. Sophie Hieke
  • Dr. Sophie Hieke
  • Head of Consumer Science
  • European Food Information Council (EUFIC)
  • LinkedIn Dr. Sophie Hieke