TRENDS
Ondernemers sociëteit voedingsindustrie
B2B Communications
Wallbrink Crossmedia
Check this out

New AI technology enhances crop resistance

Michael Schon from Wageningen University & Research has designed an advanced AI tool. This innovation enables the analysis of non-coding RNA in plants. With his work, supported by a Veni grant, Schon is making signif..

Read more

Arnold Burger: ‘The market is ready for hybrid products’

08 April 2024

Enkco, a subsidiary of Van Loon Group, in collaboration with Olijck Foods, will supply products that are partly made of meat and partly of plant-based ingredients, with seaweed playing a major role. Arnold Burger, Commer...

‘True innovation is a collaborative effort’

08 April 2024

The innovation climate in the Netherlands is under pressure. This is the main conclusion of the Dutch Innovation Monitor 2023 and the headline of a recent urgent appeal sent to the House of Representatives by FME, with s...

Innovation in chocolate decoration at Mona Lisa Studio

08 April 2024

At the Belgian company Mona Lisa Studio, a subsidiary of Barry Callebaut, a wide variety of chocolate decorations are sent out daily. While the company provides custom-made products, there was an internal need for standa...

Column Pieter Vos: A fresh perspective

08 April 2024

New ideas often spring from the deepest recesses of the human mind. One way to access there is through rigorous digging. By delving and experimenting, using solid knowledge and science as tools, you can achieve innovatio...

To renovate is to innovate: Henri van de Bilt renews

08 April 2024

The desire was to professionalize the work environment. The result is a renovated production location, now antibacterial and hygienic. A smart renovation approach has turned dreams into reality for the meat processing co...

Food Tech Event 2024: Innovation in food technology

08 April 2024

The Food Tech Event is the trade fair for managers and professionals in the food industry: discover the latest innovations and technological developments. The fair's slogan: Technology nourishes the future of the food in...

Food Tech Event 2024 with 21 OSV Members

08 April 2024

You might have noticed: at the Food Tech Event in the Brabanthallen, ’s-Hertogenbosch, we are present alongside 21 OSV members, occupying a quarter of the exhibition floor. We are quite pleased with this accomplishment. ...

Measuring pH in food: theory and pitfalls

08 April 2024

The pH value is one of the units of measurement used to characterize a food product. Usually, this value is considered simple to measure and is added to the list of analyses to be performed. However, don't be misled: thi...

Column Saskia Stender: Dare, do, persevere

08 April 2024

In the world of the food industry, innovation is often viewed as the golden ticket to success. However, and this is a big however, there are significant hurdles along the way. What's holding people back from stepping up ...

Online edition Food Tech Event 2024

08 April 2024

The need for continuous availability of food and greater convenience requires faster, more efficient and sustainable processes with minimal waste. Innovation of technology and continuous development in ...

Shocking images on meat don’t make an impact

04 April 2024

Various animal rights organizations are advocating for the use of shocking images on meat packaging in supermarkets. However, a recent poll conducted by Radar indicates that 75% of respondents would not buy less supermar...

Dutch consumer opts for more sustainable products

04 April 2024

Increasingly, people are opting for products with more sustainable certification. This trend is highlighted in the annual Monitor Keurmerken Retail by Circana, showing significant growth in the sale of foods with sustain...

Record participation in the Meat & Dairy-Free Week

04 April 2024

An impressive 20% of the Dutch population participated in the seventh edition of the National Meat & Dairy-Free Week, which took place in 2024 from March 4th to 10th. With a record number of 2.8 million participants,...

Protein Monitor: meat and dairy still favourites

02 April 2024

Dutch consumers continue to favour meat and dairy, as recent research indicates. Wageningen Economic Research conducted the first Protein Monitor on behalf of the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality (LNV). T...

Dutch Supermarkets chart the course of the protein transition

29 March 2024

Dutch supermarkets have taken a significant step in the protein transition. For the first time, they have collectively published the ratio of plant-based to animal proteins in their sold products. This survey reveals tha...