Arla Foods Ingredients
Arla Foods Ingredients joins Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) partners to develop a new business model for affordable nutrition in Ethiopia using papaya waste, milk and whey-based ingredients.
Arla Foods Ingredients is demonstrating how its organic dairy proteins can help meet emerging opportunities for premium kids’ snacks in China.
The new solution is part of a new line that helps manufacturers meet the growing demand for healthy, natural and organic products.
As we age, we need all the help we can get. There is muscle degeneration as the years progress, and diet is as important as exercise in keeping a person healthy and in shape to deal with the ageing process. As my mother used to say, “Getting old isn’t for wimps, Suzanne.”
Arla Foods Ingredients’ new whey protein ingredient reportedly offers highly accessible content of branched-chain amino acids and essential amino acids such as leucine, which are important for muscle synthesis in seniors.
Arla Foods Ingredients has launched a clean-label concept to help brands meet growing demand for ambient yogurt in China.
Arla Foods Ingredients has obtained Generally Recognised as Safe (GRAS) approval relating to its use of alpha-lactalbumin in infant formula.
A new concept from Arla Foods Ingredients is set to overcome the challenges of producing high-quality whey protein beverages for medical purposes.
Optimised comfort is at the heart of a new whey protein-based concept for infant formula developed by Arla Foods Ingredients.
Arla Foods Ingredients commissioned YouGov to survey 5,658 mothers in seven different countries about their attitudes towards infant formula, inparticualr, their ingredients.