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COELIAC DISEASE ON THE RISE IN EUROPE

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GLUTEN-FREE BAKERY TECHNOLOGY: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN AND CHALLENGES TO THE GLUTEN-FREE BAKERY SECTOR

Campden BRI hosted a conference in October with the brief of providing the food manufacturing sector with a comprehensive review of how the technological challenges associated with gluten-free baking have been addressed to deliver products acceptable to the celiac sector and beyond. The conference focussed on understanding the issues surrounding the development of gluten-free baked … Continue reading

RAPIDLY MEASURE CHOLESTEROL IN CONFECTIONERY WITH NEW METHOD, SAY RESEARCHERS

Researchers have developed a method to quickly determine cholesterol levels in chocolate and sandwich-type biscuits that was not previously possible, they claim. http://www.confectionerynews.com/Processing-Packaging/Rapidly-measure-cholesterol-in-confectionery-with-new-method-say-researchers

AUTUMN FAIRS

In the period between 31st October and 4th November, in the Romexpo Center Bucharest have taken place the following events: ALIMENTA – the 5th edition – International Fair for the Food Industry. ALL – PACK – the 15th edition – International Exhibition for Packaging, Materials, Specific Machines and Equipment. Expo DRINK&WINE – the 15th edition … Continue reading

WHEAT-RYE BREAD FORTIFIED WITH CEREAL DIETARY FIBER, BETA-GLUCAN HYDROGEL AND SOURDOUGH STARTER CULTURE COULD BE USED IN DIABETES AND OBESITY PROGRAMS, A STUDY SUGGESTS

Click on the link below to read the article: http://www.foodnavigator.com/Product-Categories/Cereals-and-bakery-preparations/Fortified-wheat-rye-bread-could-aid-diabetes-and-obesity-prevention-study

MEETING THE NEEDS OF COELIAC DISEASE SUFFERERS: A CHALLENGE FOR THE BAKERY INDUSTRY

Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disorder affecting the small intestine, which is caused by a reaction to gliadin, one of the components of gluten, a protein found in wheat and other cereals. While the symptoms of celiac disease present themselves in different intensities amongst patients, the disease leads to changes in the bowel that make … Continue reading