Lactium® is a milk protein hydrolysate which contains a bioactive decapeptide with soothing properties. The peptide, also called a-casozepine, is isolated from a milk protein thanks to a "food grade" tryptic hydrolysis. Lactium® decreases stress-related symptoms and helps to cope with occasional and everyday stress. Lactium® does not cause any drowsiness, habituation, memory loss, sedation or addiction.
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Dairy Products - Natural and Imitation,Nutraceutical and Functional Food Ingredients
Ingredia Nutritional specializes in the development, manufacturing and marketing of natural, premium, innovative nutritional ingredients and solutions, with scientifically proven efficacy.
On the markets of dietary supplements, functional foods and drinks, and specialized nutrition (dietetic, sports, infant, clinical…), Ingredia Nutritional commits itself to supplying top-of-the-range ingredients, some of which have granted health claim authorizations from Authorities, in a perspective of continuous innovation.
Ingredia Nutritional also provides its customers with strong marketing and regulatory support and customer-reliable partnerships, for the success of their end products.
25 Apr 2018 --- Within the food industry, the key trend of customization looks set to continue. The trend reflects a consumer who is more inclined to have a say in what they eat, through the personalization and customization of their food on a nutritional or taste basis. Innovative packaging solutions are appearing on the market, in response to this stable trend and making personalized nutrition on-the-go a particularly viable reality.
24 Apr 2018 --- ADM Animal Nutrition is launching a versatile yeast protein for dogs and cats with an amino acid profile similar to an egg, making it an ideal complementary or replacement protein source for pets: Versity.
19 Apr 2018 --- Nestlé has reported a “solid” start to the year with organic growth of 2.8 percent and sales edging up 1.4 percent to CHF 21.3 billion (US$22bn). The Swiss transnational food and drink giant says that excluding the US confectionery business which was divested at the end of March, organic growth was 2.9 percent. RIG (Real Internal Growth) accelerated to 2.6 percent and continued to be at the high end of the food and beverage industry, while pricing was 0.2 percent, largely reflecting lower levels of inflation in emerging markets.
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