Related BAA reveals surge in longhaul flightsTher

first_img RelatedBAA reveals surge in long-haul flightsThere has been an increase in the number of people taking long-haul flights from the UK over the past year.Eight clever ways to make your airport time luxuriousDon’t let your departure become a chore. These airport treats are inexpensive and easy to organise: and they’ll get your holiday started long before you board your flight.Manchester Airport is the UK’s favouriteManchester Airport named best in the UK, according to our latest survey. London Heathrow Airport had the highest proportion of international travellers last year, according to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).Some 55 per cent of passengers passing through Heathrow last year were non-UK residents, compared to 39 per cent at Stansted Airport.The figures have been published as part of the CAA 2007 Air Passenger Survey, released earlier this week.Humberside had the lowest proportion of non-UK residents passing through it, at just four per cent.London’s airports also had the highest proportion of public transport usage. At Heathrow, 38 per cent of passengers used public transport on their journey last year.Business passengers passing through Heathrow also had the highest average individual income compared to other airports, at £83,000.Earlier this year, Heathrow was the first airport in Europe to start using a new runway debris detection system.The new technology was developed by QinetiQ and uses two radar scanners to scan the entire 3,658 metre runway area for 24 hours every day.Visit Skyscanner on Facebook!ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

DSM expands position in gut health with BioCare Copenhagen

first_imgDSM expands position in gut health with BioCare CopenhagenPosted By: News Deskon: December 24, 2017In: Business, Food, Health, Industries, Ingredients, Mergers & AcquisitionsPrintEmailRoyal DSM has acquired Danish probiotics manufacturer BioCare Copenhagen, helping it expand its position in gut health ingredients.The Dutch company described it as “an attractive market segment in nutritional ingredients, growing an estimated 7% per year”.BioCare is a relatively young company having only been founded in 2012, but, as DSM explained, it has grown to offer “high-quality white label probiotic supplements and complete product concepts with strong consumer appeal”.It is mainly focused on probiotics and specialized in microbial actives with proven health benefits, targeting gastrointestinal disorders, metabolic disorders, infections, and immunity.BioCare Copenhagen has multi-market distribution agreements with a number of leading dietary supplements and pharmaceutical companies and has launched products in over 40 countries worldwide.The deal will enhance DSM’s strong position in gut health solutions, including its Culturelle product range, which the number-one-selling probiotic dietary supplement consumer brand globally.It also has the ingredient brands Oatwell and Tolerase.The company sees further growth potential in gut health ingredients beyond the established indications for digestive health and immune health. Indeed, in recent times, the gut microbiome has taken on increased significance in relationship to heart health, metabolic health and the gut-brain axis.Terms of the deal were not publicly disclosed.Share with your network: Tags: DenmarkDSMNetherlandsprobioticslast_img read more