Asia Food Journal (AFJ) Jan/Feb 2017

Type: Print Magazine

Magazine/Book Tagline: Asia Food Journal (AFJ) Jan/Feb 2017

Editor: Denice Cabel

Publish Date: 25 January, 2017

ISSN: 2010-4200

Page Count: 28

Binding Type: Saddle-Stitch

Language: English

Volume: 14

Issue: 1

Frequency: 6 times a year

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IN THIS ISSUE 

EDITOR'S NOTE
Conscious consumers on the rise
FACTORY TALK
Bearings for the Beverage Industry
Engineers used bionic findings and the design advantages of plastic bearings to develop butterfly grippers for packaging beverages.
INSIGHT
Production Planning at Grand Royal Group
Just as complicated as the aging, blending and flavoring of great spirits, the business side of managing distillery operations requires a certain touch.
SPECIAL REPORT
Food Safety Trends & Opportunities 2017
Regulatory agencies, food manufacturers and suppliers will continue to focus on pathogens and ‘fraud-proof’ products, developing new and improved methods of analysis and instruments.
MARKET TRENDS
10 Trends to Watch in FMCG
Trends from the world of fast-moving consumer goods reflect the upside down innovation expected to roil the consumer marketplace in 2017.
Faux Meat Product: the Next Holy Grail?
Soy, tofu, wheat and other plant-based proteins are the most popular meat alternatives today. What's in store for the future?
INGREDIENTS
Solving the Chocolate Deficit
If we want to enjoy chocolate 20 years from now, we need to revolutionize the entire chocolate and cocoa value chain.
Rosemary Extract Antioxidants
Studies indicate that synthetic antioxidants cause detrimental effects to human health. Isn't it time to go ‘natural’?
A Call for New Colors in Asia
Fifty-three percent of consumers in Asia actively avoid products containing artificial colors.
Fructose: Fact Versus Fiction
Is fructose a dietary villain or just simply demonized?
PROCESSING
Cross Out Contamination
The limitations of the human eye have forced a move towards sophisticated technology that can efficiently sort food.

 

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