One man’s trash: Practical Innovation targets upcycled food waste to drive sustainable NPD
 
Upcycling food waste creates innovative food and beverage products, according to Israel-based Practical Innovation Ltd. The company calls on food and beverage manufacturers to make use of food fractions that are traditionally discarded and has disclosed its system of developing novel products from food waste. As food shortage is increasingly becoming an industry-wide concern, utilizing every single part of raw materials is becoming a viable option towards more sustainable practices. Practical Innovation is supporting companies in making the most of their materials
 
FOOD ingredients | 18/3/2019
 
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Turning ‘trash’ into ‘treasure’: Practical Innovation’s new system to
up-cycle food waste

Israeli company Practical Innovation has revealed a new system for developing “innovative” food and beverage products from side-steams that were previously treated as waste
 
FOODnavigator | 18/3/2019 By  Katy Askew 
Start-up success: “Think audaciously, be bold and take risks,” says Practical Innovation

The role that start-ups have in future product development success was a key theme at IFT in Chicago where inspiring innovation “to feed the future and beyond” was in the spotlight. Continuously evolving consumer demands, together with the need to achieve a sustainable future, are helping to fuel start-ups with convention-challenging innovation, Innova Market Insights reported at the event
 
Food ingredients | 23/7/2018 By Gaynor Selby 
 

Start-ups Vs traditional companies – how to launch an innovativeproduct

There is a huge gap between start-ups that launch innovative products and traditional companies who don’t, irrespective of company scale, according to Practical Innovation

Confectionery news | 25/7/2018 By Jenny Eagle