Functional foods are foods with health benefits that are in addition to those attributable to the nutritional value of the food. The term is usually applied to foods that have been modified or combined in order to enhance the health benefits but may include any food that naturally possesses components with demonstrable pharmacological activity.
Food losses and waste are of particular concern as drivers of climate change and environmental degradation, and for increasing vulnerability to food insecurity. Food that is produced but ultimately never consumed represents a significant contributor to global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and diminishes the productive output of food systems, which in turn could potentially undermine both human and ecological capacities to cope with climate change.
Thanks to innovative processing technologies, it is now possible to obtain proteins from a variety of sources for different purposes in an efficient and sustainable way. The right expertise and equipment allows as much protein as possible to be extracted from the raw material, securing high purity output and saving resources at the same time.
Industry 4.0 is a name for the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. It includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things, cloud computing and cognitive computing. This is the fourth generation revolution in the Manufacturing Industry with the help of AI, Machine Learning and New Technology
Chocolate is popular amongst consumers of all ages. It is one of the most enticingdesserts in the global food industry. These days, people are increasingly curious about food and taste. While wine and coffee are already being tasted, described and discussed in a rigorous and professional way, we lacked a language that did justice to the richness and complexity of chocolate experiences.