Timing protein intake is a crucial part of a nutrition strategy aimed at maximizing the result of a training effort. In our science driven webinar, Maastricht Universities Jorn Trommelen PhD (c) demonstrated recent research showing protein supplementation in the evening is an excellent and effective moment for protein intake. This review article https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5188418/ provides a thorough summary of the research of the Maastricht Univerisity group on Overnight recovery. This enables the growing group of recreational athletes that seeks to optimize the results of their training, to take supplements at a more convenient time than directly after training.Read more
For an athlete, a good night recovery is crucial. It is possible to boost muscle recovery during the night with the right recovery strategy.Read more
In a Key Interview by World of Food Ingredients, Diderik Moerdijk shares his thoughts on consumer trends and product developments within the Performance Nutrition segment.Read more
FrieslandCampina DMV exhibited at HIE Frankfurt 2016 where we had the opportunity to share our newest insights and demonstrate our protein concepts for overnight recovery.Read more
Overnight recovery for athletes is gaining ground. Studies show that casein ingestion prior to sleep increases muscle mass and strength.Read more
FrieslandCampina DMV exhibited at Fi Asia 2016 on 21-23 September in Jakarta and Supply Side West on 6-7 October in Las Vegas.Read more
These exhibitions offered us an opportunity to showcase our broad portfolio of products and some of our recently developed application suggestions within the segment of performance nutrition.
Piet Boer, Chairman of Zuivelcoöperatie FrieslandCampina U.A.: “For the success and the continuity of the member dairy farms, the cooperative and the company it isRead more
important to keep performing well and to make improvements in the areas of chain quality, transparency, sustainability and outdoor grazing.”
First half-year 2016: further decrease in milk price for member dairy farmers.Read more
Lower profit FrieslandCampina due to losses on milk powder and cheese in spite of growth in infant nutrition and dairybased beverages.