Slimming food ingredients global analysis & forecast for 2016 – 2026


Slimming food ingredients global analysis & forecast for 2016 – 2026

report-slimming-food-ingredientsSlimming food ingredients refers to the ingredients that help in managing the appetite, weight gain, enhances the metabolic function, and helps in preventing the obesity conditions. It comprises various low-calorie sweeteners, natural sugar substitutes, polyols, artificial sugar substitutes, protein powders, protein fractions, carbohydrates, and other ingredients such as minerals, iron, and colostrum, according to Persistence Market Research. Slimming food ingredients market provides ingredients. Read More

Evonik presents 7 formulation solutions specially for tattooed skin

evonik-tattoo-solutionESSEN, GERMANY: Tattoos last a lifetime. To keep their colours vibrant for as long as that, maintenance is important. Without the right care for tattooed skin, a tattoo may fade and lose its brilliant colours. In its Tattoo Care concept, Evonik Industries AG offers seven formulation solutions based on its own raw materials that protect and nurture the skin before and after tattooing. Every fifth American now has a tattoo, as do about 60 million Europeans, and this colourful body decoration. Read More

Challenges and policies in the European Chlor-alkali industry

international-focus-european-chlor-alkali-industryIn an interview, Dolf van Wijk, Executive Director, Euro Chlor, a division of the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) with Chemical Today magazine speaks about the trends, challenges and policies in the European Chlor-alkali industry. Chlorine gas, caustic soda and hydrogen are the three basic substances that our industry produces, based on a solution of common salt (sodium chloride) in water through which an electric current is passed (a common process which you may remember. Read More

Tiny plants with huge potential

green-chemistry-duckweed-1Researchers at the University Jena (Germany), together with colleagues in India and Germany, have investigated the potential of various duckweeds as a human food source. The results, which are very promising, have been published under the title ‘Nutritional value of duckweeds (Lemnaceae) as human food’ in the leading journal ‘Food Chemistry‘. “Duckweeds can definitely serve as a source of protein in human nutrition,” said prof Gerhard Jahreis of the Friedrich Schiller University Jena. Read More