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Kerry

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Kerry
Global Innovation Centre Millennium Park
Naas, County Kildare
W91 W923
Ireland
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Kerry is the world’s leading taste and nutrition partner for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical markets. We innovate with our customers to create great tasting products, with improved nutrition and functionality, while ensuring better impact for the planet. Our leading consumer insights, global RD&A team of 1,100+ food scientists and extensive global footprint enable us to solve our customers complex challenges with differentiated solutions. At Kerry, we are driven to be our customers’ most valued partner, creating a world of sustainable nutrition, and will reach over 2 billion consumers with sustainable nutrition solutions by 2030. For more information, visit www.kerrygroup.com.



Articles On Nutrition Insight
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BUSINESS NEWS

Infant formula crisis: Abbott Laboratories faces US DOJ investigation

24 Jan 2023 --- Abbott’s vice president of external communications Scott Stoffel has confirmed that the medical device and health care company is now under investigation by the US Department... Read More

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NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

Curbing sodium: American Heart Association research urges less salt in food formulation

11 Jan 2023 --- Changing the recipes of Australian packaged foods to reduce sodium could save 1,770 lives per year in the country and prevent nearly 7,000 annual diagnosis of heart disease, kidney... Read More

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BUSINESS NEWS

What’s next in nutrition? Industry leaders explore innovation highlights and new year trends

05 Jan 2023 --- Over the last few years, the nutrition industry has been challenged to meet increasing demands in several areas. From immunity to brain and mood health and their interactions with... Read More

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NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

“National disgrace”: UK pediatrics fed up with distressing levels of sugar and salt in baby foods

02 Jan 2023 --- The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) is urging the UK government to finally implement mandatory guidelines on the amount of sugar and salt that baby food can... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Veganuary takes hold: Companies and consumers expected to embrace plant-based eating in 2023

02 Jan 2023 --- A decade after the first Veganuary in 2014, businesses are building into the one-month vegan trend with special holiday NPDs. Last year’s campaign attracted 1,560 new... Read More




Videos
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Kerry's journey of creating sustainable nutrition

16 Dec 2022 --- Kerry outlines some of the driving factors pushing its work and innovation in sustainability. Juan Aguiriano delves into how it helps makes food climate-positive, low-carbon and focused on tackling food waste and solutions that are based on regenerative agriculture.

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Overcoming TiO2-free film coating challenges

26 Nov 2021 --- Creating film coatings free from titanium dioxide (TiO2) in light of the EU ban can present a host of difficulties, including the loss of opacity and strength. Tony McGorisk, European commercial director of Kerry’s pharma business, explains how the company mixes alternative excipients and uses concepts from the food industry to overcome these challenges.

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Functional and immune-boosting ingredients for F&B applications

19 Jun 2020 --- Before the pandemic, immunity was already a mainstay of the nutrition space. It is now seeing a surge in demand as consumers turn to supplementation to build up resilience from infection. Laura Collins details the latest proprietary data from Wellmune, a Kerry brand, which examines this shift in consumer awareness and trending usage of healthy lifestyle ingredients in fortified beverages, foods and supplements.  

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The notion of food as medicine

14 May 2019 --- Functional foods innovators must look beyond the complexities of achieving health claims by communicating directly to early adopters. Furthermore, platforms such as personalized nutrition will accelerate and solutions to reduce stress and enhance sleep quality hold vast potential for growth. This is according to Albert McQuaid, Global Chief Technology Officer at Kerry Taste & Nutrition.

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New personalized nutrition opportunities

01 Apr 2019 --- Personalized nutrition is a broad term, which could encompass considering from on one side personalizing to someone’s gender, age or health condition, or you could go right to the other end of the spectrum where you can personalize based on genetics or gut microbiome. For Aoife Marie Murphy of Kerry, it is open to the consumer and what they really feel like. "We know that millennials are very interested in technology and are very interested in these customized solutions and want to have products that are unique to them. They want to have products that are targeted to themselves, so this area of personalized nutrition does feed into this need for inherently healthy products," she notes.




Technical Papers
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Active at Every Age with Ayurvedics

21 Nov 2022 --- From athletes to fitness enthusiasts to everyday individuals, focus on staying active longer is increasingly important, and joint health is a priority for both young and older adults. In fact, more than a third of Gen Z and Millennial consumers, along with nearly 70% of Gen X and older people say it’s a top reason for purchasing healthy lifestyle products. While traditional joint health solutions remain strong, there is a growing interest in Ayurvedic plant-based joint health solutions. Critical to meeting this need is selecting an Ayurvedic ingredient with clinically-supported benefits for joint health and comfort at every life stage.Get more insight on this growing consumer base with our latest infographic, Consumer Focus: Active at Every Age with Ayurvedics. TECHNICAL PAPER FROM KERRY.

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Cognitive Support across Life Stages with Ashwagandha

31 Oct 2022 --- Proactive adults of all ages see the value of cognitive support, whether for themselves or for more vulnerable family members such as aging parents. 60% of consumers across age groups are aware of ashwagandha, making it one of the best known ingredients for cognitive support. Learn more here.TECHNICAL PAPER FROM KERRY.

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Benefits in Focus: Heart, Eye and Brain Health

12 Sep 2022 --- Supporting heart function is a top priority for consumers of all ages as they focus on maintaining their health. In fact, improving heart health was the number one benefit of functional foods, beverages, and supplements cited as desirable among Gen X and older adults. Learn more with our latest infographic.TECHNICAL PAPER FROM KERRY.




Podcasts
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Newsbite podcast (Sep 5-9): “Healthy aging month spurs innovation and research”

12 Sep 2022 --- September is the month dedicated to healthy aging, Shaklee and Kerry provided insights and ingredient information on healthy joints, skin and energy levels. Research this week showed seaweed extract may have positive effects on skin and healthy aging, and a potential link was found between fasting and epilepsy according to researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital

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NewsBite Podcast (Aug 22-26): “Live microbes in dietary recommendations?”

29 Aug 2022 --- This week’s NewsBite podcast discusses how live microbes may shape dietary recommendations, the fiber gap linked to western diet and that a majority of CBD products in the UK are tainted with illegal substances.

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NewsBite Podcast (Mar 28-Apr 1): “Rampant nutrition misinformation undermines food as medicine movement”

04 Apr 2022 --- This week’s NewsBite podcast details how the food as medicine movement is being hampered by widespread misinformation. Else Nutrition released Else Super Cereal, a plant-based baby cereal, while Kerry completed its acquisition of Natreon.

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NewsBite Podcast (Sep 27-Oct 1): “AAK and Progress Biotech partner on algae-based omega 3s for infant formula”

04 Oct 2021 --- This week’s NewsBite podcast explores AAK bringing Progress Biotech’s algae-based DHA to the infant formula market. Meanwhile, a Kerry study found that Wellmune’s immunity benefits are not transferable, and Abbott announced a US$45 million annual investment into its new center for malnutrition solutions.

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NewsBite Podcast (Jun 21-25): “Future Food-Tech spotlights cell-based, fermented and plant-based proteins start-ups”

28 Jun 2021 --- This week’s NewsBite podcast explores the latest innovations in alternative proteins, as showcased at Future Food-Tech. Kerry revealed that the lines between supplements and functional F&B are blurring amid a pandemic-spurred rising interest in immunity. Meanwhile, Limagrain Ingredients launched a fiber-rich wheat flour to “help fill the fiber gap.”




Webinars
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Upcycling and Eliminating Food Waste: Closing the Loop

06 Dec 2022 --- How can we transform our industry to ensure that we can produce enough food for current and future generations with our available resources? On our current pathway, we would need the resources of 3 – 4 planets to accommodate the growing global population by 2050.  Over 30% of total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are attributable to the food system, and food waste is one of the greatest sources of inefficiency in this food system. Food waste can be upcycled, reduced, or even eliminated entirely, but where in the supply chain do we start and how do we take action?In this webinar, we will answer:Why is food waste such a critical issue to solve?Where in the supply chain we should begin, and what are the first steps to prioritize?How do we successfully upcycle or reduce a waste stream to create value? Learnings from an in-depth case study.

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Will microbes be included in dietary recommendations?

30 Aug 2022 --- Is the science linking intake of live microbes to human health strong enough to see a formal daily recommendation for their consumption in the future? How would that impact the consumer and food industry landscape? 

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The Journey of Plant-based Innovation

04 May 2022 --- The appetite for new plant-based foods shows no sign of slowing down. Consumers are demanding more from meat and dairy alternatives, which has accelerated innovation in this category, creating a diverse market with a variety of formats to choose from. Food-technology is advancing rapidly to catch up with the pace of the market, providing novel solutions to taste, texture and nutrition. With 10 billion people to feed sustainably by 2050, the plant-based journey is only beginning.  

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Reducing food waste: Optimizing safety and sustainability

01 Dec 2020 --- Food waste is a major issue and is caused by elements including distribution limitations, food safety and quality issues, along with misconceptions over when food is spoiled. In this Kerry Health and Nutrition webinar, experts explore how industry can better address wastage while maintaining the high quality that consumers demand.

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Plant-based protein future: Myths and realities

08 Sep 2020 --- Plant-based proteins are often perceived as being a healthier and more environmentally-friendly option and can play a key role in reducing the environmental footprint of food production systems. However, this should not overshadow that the over-reliance on a limited number of crops can cause issues such as water scarcity, deforestation and biodiversity loss in some parts of the world.




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