Plant vs. Animal Protein Functionality in Model Systems

Posted on:November 17, 2019

“FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN dairy and plant proteins will affect performance in beverage and bar applications,” said Hong Jiang, Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research, in her presentation titled “Characterization of Functional and Sensory Properties of Commercial Food Protein Ingredients.” Jiang and … Continue reading


Allergenic Potential of Novel Proteins

Posted on:December 6, 2018

IN A RICHLY illustrated presentation with global and historical examples on the topic of “Food Allergies: A Challenge for Current and Emerging Proteins,” Steve Taylor, Ph.D., Co-Director of the Food Allergy Research & Resource Program at the University of Nebraska, … Continue reading


Cultural Use & Functional Properties of Ancient Grains

Posted on:November 13, 2018

“What is old is new again,” said Melanie Goulson, MS, Principle Scientist, Merlin Development, Inc. — a food and beverage R&D and commercialization firm, and Adjunct Professor, St. Catherine University, as she referenced the surging interest in ancient grains. “Ancient … Continue reading


Dairy Protein Ingredients Offer Functionality and Consumer-Friendly Labels

Posted on:November 12, 2018

As part of the clean label trend, consumers are demanding removal of ingredients from food that they perceive as not “clean,” or unhealthy. “Dairy ingredients offer a clean label alternative to ingredients that have landed on a ‘no no’ list. … Continue reading


Microalgae as an Alternative Protein Source

Posted on:May 8, 2018

Algal proteins have become a strategic factor for global food and beverage industries, aqua-farming and animal nutrition. Gary Brenner, Owner, Brenner pharma/food Business Development, reminded the audience that algae is a broad category, in his Special Session presentation entitled “Microalgae … Continue reading


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