The paper packaging materials market is projected to attain around USD 391.2 billion by 2022, as per Grand View Research, Inc. In 2014, the market demand, in terms of volume, was 195.7 million tons. It will reach about 273.3 million ...Read More »
The tara gum market is witnessing growing demand. This is attributed to the consumption of low calorie and low fat products. Tara gum is an important ingredient used in fat replacement systems and has managed to hold the attention of ...Read More »
Mushrooms are made, processed and eaten in several nations on a wide scale. The mushroom market is propelled, mainly by growing demand for organic products. Mushrooms are broadly eaten in various nations of Asia, like India, China and Japan. Asia, ...Read More »
Snack pellets are non expandable intermediate products. They include potatoes and vegetable powder or cereals as ingredients. Snack pellets are ready to eat snacks and have long shelf life and high stability. The snack pellets market is likely to witness ...Read More »
The animal feed organic trace minerals market has a forecast phase ranging from 2013 to 2019. It is predicted to garner revenue of around USD 625 million by 2020. The market is projected to rise at about 7 percent CAGR ...Read More »
The worldwide malic acid market is estimated to achieve around USD 0.3 billion by 2020. Growing demand for artificial flavorants and acidulants in the industry of food and beverages is projected to propel further demand for the malic acid market ...Read More »
Metal cans are made up of aluminium or steel. Aluminium is mostly used in the manufacture of such cans. Steel is stronger, economical to produce and simpler to heat. On the other hand, cans made up of aluminium are moveable ...Read More »
Food labels claim to provide all the information a thoughtful consumer needs, so counting calories should be simple. But things get tricky because food labels tell only half the story.
A calorie is a measure of usable energy. Food labels say ...Read More »
Unhealthily processed snacks could be twice as dangerous as healthier natural alternatives, according to new research.
Scientists at the University of Utah found that a key ingredient used in factory-produced food dramatically cut the lifespan of female rodents who ate it.
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