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Post-Animal Cellular Agriculture

The technology, also termed “post-agriculture food production,” has the potential to make cleaner, cheaper as well as more flexible food production, while leaving fewer “fingerprints.” [...]

How Pea Protein Became a Star Ingredient

Legumes are a curious food. Some say they are a superfood. They are indeed the only food that gets prominent double billing in the USDA’s new dietary guidelines, which sets out rationale for the optimal American diet.  Legumes include most beans, peas, and lentils, and these are categorized both as a recommended vegetable, and a protein source, alongside meat and poultry, nuts, seeds, and soy.  [...]

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Henk Hoogenkamp is a world renown protein technology expert and globetrotting, trusted advisor for food companies, academies and contributor to leading food journals. [...]

Stabilised Rice Bran The Better Alternative

Rice bran is well known and researched. However, stabilisation technology has only recently become available which has catapulted rice bran into the limelight for functional and nutritional use in processed food and meat products. [...]

Power of the Bran

With its plethora of benefits, rice bran is taking a leaf from whey protein in becoming a valuable ingredient from a waste by-product. The second of this two-part series will discuss some possible applications of rice bran. [...]

Rice Bran The Next White Gold

With its plethora of benefits, rice bran is taking a leaf from whey protein in becoming a valuable ingredient from a waste by-product. The first of this two-part series will discuss some possible applications of rice bran. [...]

Rice Bran Solutions and Expectations

The food price predicament Never before has food been such a global issue. On both sides of the spectrum are overweight and obese people sharing the planet with chronically malnourished and hungry populations. From whichever angle this issue is observed, the bottomline is how to produce more food from less land, reduce waste and improve equal access to wholesome food at less price volatility. [...]

Taking Soy Further

It is realistic to say that the current world production capacity of soy protein concentrate and soy protein isolate is close to, or even exceeds 1MM ton. Please observe that listed approximate quantities are the theoretical equivalent manufacturing capacities of SPI and SPC for the entire food and feed chain [...]

The Roots of Soy

The first part of a two part report on the history, future, markets, capacity and dynamics of functional soy protein. [...]