A new study sponsored by Chr. Hansen has revealed that taking probiotics can reduce the duration, frequency and severity of flu-like sickness resulting in significant savings for t... Read more
Chr. Hansen will expand and upgrade its R&D facilities in Hoersholm, Denmark, as the company aims to meet the increasing demand for natural and sustainable products. Read more
Chr. Hansen has released a new 'sweet' culture for dairy products which reduces the need to add sugar and artificial sweeteners to products. Read more
Chr. Hansen has launched a new coagulant that is said to help cheesemakers increase yield and deliver greater commercial returns. Read more
Chr. Hansen has responded to increased innovation in the dairy alternative sector with the launch of nu-trish LGG DA probiotic. Read more
Chr. Hansen has commercialised a new vegetable variety, using traditional breeding methods to create a natural red alternative to carmine. Read more
Chr. Hansen has expanded its FruitMax food colouring line with a minimally processed red vegetable juice “with unique colouring benefits”. Read more
Chr. Hansen has partnered with the University of Copenhagen and the Danish Technological Institute to develop natural solutions for sustainable agriculture. Read more
Chr. Hansen has acquired dairy ingredient supplier Österreichische Laberzeugung Hundsbichler to expand its presence in the specialty cheeses segment. Read more
Chr. Hansen will double the size of its main food colouring research and development facility, located in Montpellier, France. Read more
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