All news articles for February 2003

Movements at Rhodia

Movements at Rhodia

French speciality chemicals company Rhodia used Informex - the fine
chemicals exhibition taking place in New Orleans, US this week - as
a platform to give further details of its new operational structure
announced in January this...

GRAS for Xangold

GRAS for Xangold

Health ingredients manufacturer Cognis Nutrition and Health has
announced that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has
approved GRAS status for the company's Xangold brand natural lutein
esters products in a variety of...

Leahy defends supermarket role

Leahy defends supermarket role

At a time when the UK supermarket sector is under increased
scrutiny because of the plethora of bids for the number four player
Safeway, the role played by supermarkets in improving consumer
choice and convenience has been defended...

Dieting dynamics

Dieting dynamics

As our obession with healthy living and slimline figures soars
increasing numbers of people fall into the diet trap - one month
the weight falls off, and the next it returns, with avengance.

Organic push

Organic push

Scandinavian milk-based ingredient supplier Arla Foods announced
recently that it is to tackle the organic market with a new
publicity campaign.

The nose of the matter

The nose of the matter

One of our most powerful senses - that of smell - remains
enigmatic. Of the five basic senses, the sense of smell is the
least understood, up until now. Scientists in the US claim this
week to have sniffed out potential clues to how...

Scientists turn bitter around

Scientists turn bitter around

From one sense to another - taste. As children, and indeed adults,
how many of us have been forced to swallow bitter-tasting medicines
? But there could be a solution for present and future generations,
and a natural one at that.

AOC basmati

AOC basmati

New guidance aimed at ensuring UK consumers are not bluffed into
buying rice incorrectly labelled as 'basmati' has been published
this week by the UK Food Standards Agency.

D is for Dandy

D is for Dandy

Danish chewing gum manufacturer Dandy, which changed its name in
October last year to Gumlink, is to establish a new research and
development centre in Vejle, Denmark.

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