Proteins, non-dairy

‘Premium proteins’ aid faster sports recovery

The global sports nutrition market is forecast to be worth $17.5bn (£15.2bn) by 2020

A new generation of whey hydrolysates that can be absorbed more quickly into the body than standard proteins are now available to the sports nutrition market.

The protein ratio of the finished formula can be adjusted to better mimic breast milk

Infant-friendly whey can ‘better mimic’ breast milk

The digestive health market is full of life, ingredients makers claim

Lack of probiotics progress fails to slow gut health market

Food popularity: avocados were second in the IRI list, up 28% on 2015

Almond milk and avocados top fastest-growing food

British Quinoa will supply several hundred tonnes of the crop annually from UK growers

Quinoa production in UK boosted by deal

‘The protein trend is quite prevalent at the moment’: Carr

Gluten-free growth is creating new markets: Edme

Pea protein is typically used in gluten-free and vegetarian foods

World’s largest pea protein factory to open in Canada

Soy: there is strong evidence to show it can benefit cardiometabolic health

Plant-based foods: land of milk and money

Glanbia has agreed deals for Amazing Grass and Body & Fit

Glanbia buys Amazing Grass and Body & Fit for £156M

Professor Buttriss: ‘The evidence base has grown’

Can gut bugs promote good health?

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