New milk-free cultures for plant based products
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New milk-free cultures for plant based products

Chr. Hansen’s new milk-free cultures for plant based alternatives bring the mild, fresh taste and smooth texture. The market for fermented dairy alternatives has shown strong growth in recent years albeit from a small base. Today the segment constitutes less than 1% of the fermented foods market but it has seen the highest growth rates...

Skyr for life
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Skyr for life

We have seen Greek style yogurt sky-rocketing on an international scale, and that is still a significant trend. But coming up is Skyr (pronounced skeer), the Icelandic fermented and concentrated milk product that contains more protein (up to 13%) and only 0.2% fat.

Obtain a competitive edge with Bioprotection!
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Obtain a competitive edge with Bioprotection!

Chr. Hansen has successful bioprotective cultures on the market as a solution, which is based on ancient principles in food production: Fermentation. Referred to as FreshQ®, they are natural food cultures selected especially to protect dairy products.

Chr. Hansen expands strain library for next generation probiotics
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Chr. Hansen expands strain library for next generation probiotics

Research on the human microbiome has exploded in recent years revealing it to be of major importance for human health and disease, creating opportunities for development of next generation probiotics. That is why Chr. Hansen is proud to announce that we have now expanded our world class strain library of potential microbiome modulating strains.

Protein is the new black
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Protein is the new black

Where in the past protein was associated with muscle building, it is now a natural part of a healthy diet and a source of sustained energy. The demand for high protein...

What Millennials want
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What Millennials want

Whether it’s choosing a car, or deciding what to wear, Millennials display a “pronounced proclivity for bold and confident individualism,” according to Packaged Facts. But how does this impact their food choices, and how can manufacturers, retailers and restaurants cash in? In a new report, Millennial Menus: Culinary Trend Tracking Series , Packaged Facts explores...

The hottest trends in the natural food and beverages market
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The hottest trends in the natural food and beverages market

From bone broth to grass-fed dairy, trends which start in the natural food and beverages market have the potential to move to the mainstream faster than ever before as conventional retailers seek to get a bigger slice of the action in natural and organic foods. This says a new report from investment banking firm Silverwood...

Goodbye, good old Greek yogurt
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Goodbye, good old Greek yogurt

Greek yogurt, the thick, creamy, protein-packed dairy product, has stormed supermarket shelves in the United States. The breakfast favorite’s astonishingly fast growth is epitomized by the success of Chobani—perhaps the best known brand: the company, which began selling Greek yogurt in 2007, saw its sales skyrocket from just over $3 million to more than $1.1 billion in its first five...

FeelGood Kefir
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FeelGood Kefir

Reinvent an ancient dairy product with intrinsic health benefits and get a head start in a new global trend