2017-2018 Natural product trends: High protein and vegetable innovation

By October 25, 2017Food trends

16 Oct 2017 — Last week, over 7,400 companies from 107 countries exhibited at Anuga 2017 in Cologne, with a strong focus on new products and innovations. High protein platforms featured strongly on the dairy NPD agenda, with offerings including Greek and skyr options. FoodIngredientsFirst takes a look at some of the highlights.

High protein platforms continue to feature strongly on the dairy NPD agenda and innovative high protein doses are prominently on show in this year’s Dairy hall, with offerings including Greek and skyr options. Alternatives to cow’s milk can include the more unusual such as camel milk. 

  • With its unique combination of protein and caffeine, Innoprax AG’s Caffè Lattesso Sport (pictured, right) is promoted as the ideal power coffee for successful training sessions. 16g of high-quality milk protein ensures the build-up and preservation of muscle mass.
  • successful training sessions. 16g of high-quality milk protein ensures the build-up and preservation of muscle mass.
  • Ehrmann GmbH offers Qjo in four different flavors. The Qjo is claimed to be the ideal source of protein for everyone focusing on conscious nutrition and pleasure at the same time.

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