The virtues of tea multiply by the year with scientists across the
world unveiling new health benefits of this global beverage.
Researchers in the US report this week that extracts from white tea
may be able to protect the skin from...
Dr Pepper, the Cadbury subsidiary which claims to be the biggest
non-cola soft drink producer in the US, is the latest company to
see the potential of milk, launching a range of flavoured milk
drinks under the Raging Cow brand and...
The Danish food ingredients Chr. Hansen Group has reported group
sales of DKK1,243 m (€167.3m) for the first quarter of its
financial year 2001/2002, a 3 per cent increase on the
corresponding period a year ago.
The local impact on competition, rather than the national market
share of each retailer, is likely to be the best way of assessing
the rival bids for Safeway, claims new research. But it also means
that a carve up of the Safeway business...
US fast food group McDonald's, reporting huge losses for the last
quarter of 2002, is the latest multinational to jump onto the
organic bandwagon in the UK. The international fast food chain
announced earlier this month that...
A rise in reported outbreaks of foodborne diseases such as
Salmonella, E. coli, shigellosis, and hepatitis A from eating fresh
fruit and vegetables has prompted plant disease scientists in the
US to take a closer look at processing...
Private labels are yet to make much of an inroad into the
confectionery segment, but new analysis from Euromonitor suggests
that the premium chocolate market could provide a rich vein of
growth for private label in the future.
News to delight dairy manufacturers and dismay opponents to
genetically modified foods arrived this week with publication of a
new study that reveals protein-rich milk from not only cloned but
also genetically modified cows could...
A ruling from Brussels that a new Catalan law imposing taxes on
hypermarkets to help support other retailers has proved to be a
short-lived victory for Spanish retail association Anged. The law
has now ben changed, but the tax still...