A leading expert from Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) will reveal the emerging opportunities to modify gut microbial populations in a keynote address at the second edition of Probiota Asia in Singapore.
Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare has revised an ordinance to permit the production and sale of liquid infant formula, leading some of the country’s biggest players to express an interest in entering the market.
Maternal milk supplementation, combined with breastfeeding support in late pregnancy and the early postpartum period, can have a positive impact on exclusive breastfeeding, according to an Abbott study.
Infant formula firm Ausnutria Dairy has announced a 51.6% year-on-year growth in revenue to RMB2,582.4m for H1 2018, largely attributed to the continuous increase in the sales of its house-brand formula products.
ASX-listed retail firm AuMake International has entered into a supply agreement with New Zealand-based Pure Nutrition to develop an exclusive formula milk range made with A1 and A2 beta-casein proteins for China.
Swallowable sensors that could revolutionise how scientists and medical professionals monitor the gut and diagnose conditions will be the focus of a keynote presentation at our upcoming Probiota Asia Summit in Singapore.
Blackmores' director of product Innovation Paul Mannion believes consumer demand for solutions to restore microbial balance has never been stronger, but will discuss at Probiota Asia how the sector could be at risk of commoditisation.
Australian firm Nuchev is banking on its signature goat milk formula, Oli6, to develop products for both young children and seniors, spurred by a new study that pointed to the formula's health benefits.
A Tasmanian dairy which is said to have launched the world's first yogurt made from milk containing naturally occurring omega-3 is seeing sales growing by 30% year-on-year — and it is now targeting exports to Asia.