Energy & Sports

Could malformed mushrooms be the next big sports nutrition ingredient?

Researchers believe large-scale production of a mushroom-based sports drink could help to combat the world’s food waste problem. ©iStock

Mushrooms have been hailed as the perfect ingredient for new sports drinks, with researchers in Australia claiming they could be key to refuelling after a workout.

Ambitions for increased rPET content will be realised with the help of Clean Tech's recycling plant in Lincolnshire

Coca-Cola to double recycled plastic content in bottles

Following the launch of ROAR KIDS, the company plans to roll out new flavors to each of its existing beverage lines. Pic: ROAR Beverages

ROAR KIDS debuts featuring Marvel heroes, as brand seeks to engage with younger consumers

FlavorHealth focuses on sugar reduction, sodium reduction & bitter balance. Pic: FlavorHealth

‘Consumers will not compromise on taste,’ says FlavorHealth

Aquamin is derived from mineral-rich seaweed sustainably sourced off the coast of Iceland. Pic: Aquamin

Aquamin to expand beverage applications as it digs into magnesium research

AvitaeXR features patented bead-based technology that controls the release rate of caffeine. Pic: Avitae

Avitae launches low-calorie energy drink to expand c-store footprint

Food Innovation Forum in assoc with FOOD VISION USA

What’s the secret to developing winning food and beverage products (and can 'Big Food' still innovate)?

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What’s hitting the shelves? New product launches: June

Residues of BPA are present in resins used to make protective coatings and linings for food and beverage cans.©iStock

EU expresses ‘high concern’ for hormone disrupting chemical Bisphenol A

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Bayn to extend sweetener reach in Norway with distribution deal

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