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NIZO: Investigation of astringency in plant-based foods

Astringency is an well-known aspect (some may call it a defect) of the taste of red wine, green tea and many types of fruit (e.g. grapes, bananas, persimmon). This ‘classical’ type of astringency has been shown by resear..

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Dutch companies help Chinese dairy sector

15 April 2014

Dutch companies are to share their knowledge to help revitalise the Chinese dairy sector and increase milk production. During a state visitor by the President of China, Xi Jinping, both countries signed an agreement abou...

Voedselproductie onder druk

15 April 2014

Global food security is declining as a result of climate change, and the availability of fresh water is under increasing pressure, according to the fifth report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). ...

There are limits to food safety testing

03 January 2014

The development and use of reliable test methods has undoubtedly contributed to the progress made so far in microbiological food safety, but a saturation point has been reached. “Food safety cannot be increased signif...

Agreement on improved food product composition

03 January 2014

The current levels of salt, saturated fat and sugar in food products must be reduced: in late January, several parties signed an Agreement that extends far beyond the existing Covenant on the reformulation of food. What ...

CPF: Vloeistoffen strooibaar maken

03 January 2014

Concentrated Powder Form (CPF) technology makes it possible to turn liquids into powders and opens up new processing opportunities for the food industry. Transforming liquids into powders is not a new idea. So far, th...

The power of meat

02 January 2014

Last year (2013), Izmir in Turkey hosted the Internal Congress of Meat Science and Technology. The theme of the congress was ‘The power of meat in the 21st century’, and it attracted close to 400 researchers from all ove...

Tailor made meat substitutes

02 January 2014

Shear cell technology offers the potential for a new generation of  meat substitutes to be produced which are more closely aligned with  consumer preferences in terms of their texture. This technology, which &n...