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Case: Enzymes Keep Bread Fresher for Longer

Bread is one of the world’s most widely consumed foods. The average European citizen eats around 50kg a year and has high expectations of the bread’s freshness, taste and elasticity. But, for all its popularity, huge volumes of bread go to waste, after turning dry, hard and unappealing.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Danish Crown ready to launch plant-based product series

Danish Crown’s first broad product range of plant-based food under its Den Grønne Slagter brand is now available in supermarkets across Denmark. The products mark the start to Danish Crown’s initiatives within alternative proteins.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Quality Dairy Programme Ensuring High Safety

How Arla’s farmers maintain high quality and safety in their products.

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Strategi & ledelse

New aromas and extracts for non-alcoholic beverages through close cooperation

A grant from the Innovation Fund Denmark got the entrepreneurs from ISH Spirits into the gastro-technical world at the University of Copenhagen for collaboration with great output.

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Klima, miljø og energi

The Danish Partnership Model can Strengthen Health Across Borders

Through public-private partnerships, Denmark has succeeded in significantly increasing the availability of whole grain products and increasing consumers’ knowledge and awareness of whole grain products. This success has only been possible due to the joint efforts of authorities, health NGOs and the food industry. The goal now is to inspire the international community to take similar actions.

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Case: An Ambitious Vision for Sustainable Soy Import

Soy has various uses in global food production, where more than 70% of the finished soy products are used for animal feed. With more than 1 million square kilometres of land currently cultivated for soy production, it also represents challenges from a sustainability and climate point of view.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Whole grains as part of a sustainable future

More whole grains are the path to a healthier future for ourselves and our planet. That is the clear conclusion in a new scientific article from a number of leading Nordic nutrition researchers, among others, from the Danish Cancer Society.

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New biological solution brings the natural umami flavor from plant proteins

Novozymes has launched two new enzymes that enable food manufacturers to produce tasty, label-friendly meat alternatives with less salt.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Scientist aims to improve texture on plant-based sausages

A Danish start-up developing plant-based products has joined forces with the Technical University of Denmark, in order to create a vegan sausage that holds its shape during cooking, and delivers that ‘snap feeling’ when bitten into.

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Samfund

Come meet us at Tour de France Business Tent

Mark your calendar for 2 and 3 July when Denmark’s five branding consortiums and The Confederation of Danish Industries invite you to join the conversation, get inspiration and enjoy the activity in our joint business tent in Nyborg and Sønderborg.

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Strategi & ledelse

A glance forward: Looking into the global agricultural and food sector in 2022

The way we produce, process, cook and eat food is transforming in the aftermath of the global pandemic. Climate change, plant-based food, food security, new technologies and an increased interest in health are some tendencies that also appear to apply in 2022. Consumers now demand food and beverage products that provide solutions to their problems – from the personal to the planetary.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Powdered seaweed as a dietary supplement for calves

Scientists have discovered a way to boost the concentration of blood plasma components, that are vital for the immune system of young calves by mixing powdered seaweed into the milk supplied to them. The research conducted by scientists at the Department of Animal Science at Aarhus University has already commenced testing on 40 Holstein bull calves.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Case: Clean-Label Organic Plant Protein

Globally we need to rethink how we grow, produce and consume our food. With a growing population, we must take actions to prevent food scarcity, climate change, loss of biodiversity and hunger. There is no silver bullet on how to face these massive challenges, but a holistic approach that not only focuses on production but also at environmental aspects might be part of the solution.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Danish-Indonesian cooperation brings organic to the world’s fourth largest population

Indonesia is to introduce organic following the Danish model to its population of more than 270 million people.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Bioengineering tomorrows’ sustainable plant-based food

Two new projects with participation from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) aim at developing a new food category of tasty plant-based proteins.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Case: Innovative and Sustainable Growing Media Solutions for Global Horticulture

By 2050 the world’s population will need twice as much food as it does today. But our resources, especially water, will be increasingly constrained. Furthermore, biodiversity serves as a crucial element to sustainable development, but is also declining.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Clean Nozzles Optimise Production by Reducing Spray Dryer Hazards

When food manufacturers are spray drying food and milk products, there is a potential risk of fire and explosion due to the processing of combustible dust. Danish technology supplier, GEA Process Engineering A/S, has been awarded a patent for their Clean Purge system minimising the risk of spray dryer fires and explosions.

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Case: Innovative Robot Automatically Seed and Weed Crops

With the innovative field robot from Danish company FarmDroid, farmers and plant growers can reduce costs for sowing and cleaning crops CO2 neutral and organic.

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Samfund

How the National Culinary Team changes the Cuisine of Denmark

Since 2005, the National Culinary Team of Denmark has taken home several medals from the Culinary World Championships and Olympics. It has not only changed the destinies of young chefs but also raised the awareness of the gastronomic opportunities in Denmark as well as our global position as a leading gastronomic food nation.

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Strategi & ledelse

Danish Farmers Lead the Way in Precision Agriculture

The fast implementation of new technologies in the primary sector shows that a new generation of Danish farmers are now frontrunners in using satellites and drones to obtain a more efficient agricultural production. The results include higher efficiency and an optimised fertilising process.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Organic Ice Cream Gives the Elderly Much Needed Protein

Despite being a small-sized ice cream producer, the Danish company Skee Is has come up with a revolutionary ice cream. The ice cream is full of important protein and nutrition. And for ill people with lack of appetite, the ice cream is already making a large difference.

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Klima, miljø og energi

High-quality food products from Denmark at Gulfood 2022

Meet Danish companies showcasing their high-quality and sustainable products and solutions at Gulfood 2022 in Dubai from February 13th to 17th.

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Strategi & ledelse

Case: Innovative Shrimp-Peeling System Saves Water and Limits Costs

There is a major potential for optimizing resource-efficiency in the food and agricultural sector to become more sustainable during production processes. A new innovative shrimp-peeling system requires limited floor space, improves the end-product, cuts maintenance costs and can save an impressive 90% of water usage.

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Strategi & ledelse

Case: Providing Intelligent Big Data solutions to farmers

Through scientifically based monitoring, a Danish tech start-up is using intelligent data analysis to accurately estimate the growth of pigs. This opens up ground-breaking opportunities for pig producers to optimise feeding and delivery strategies – an area that greatly impacts climate efficiency and the pig producer’s economy.

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Supply chain

Case: Ensuring Optimal Growth Conditions in Poultry Houses

Great demands are made for the quality of the climate system in livestock houses to ensure an exact adjustment of temperature, air humidity and air velocity, among other things, in order to create optimum production conditions. Birds of highly improved breeds combined with a high stocking density require a climate of precise adjustment. There is only one correct temperature – if it is not sustained, an optimum productivity cannot be attained.

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Strategi & ledelse

Case: From waste to taste

Food loss and waste is a global challenge where 1/3 of all produce is wasted. The question is how do we reduce food loss and waste in a sustainable way? Perhaps by using surplus goods from the food industry for tasty stock.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Residual Grains from Breweries Up-cycled to New Sustainable Products

The up-cycling of spent grains from breweries – that would otherwise go to waste – is generating entirely new and nutriotious food products. The process saves resources and is more climate-friendly than other related grain-products.

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