Europe's food watchdog comes up with benchmark consumer consumption
doses for antimicrobial agents used sparingly by food manufacturers
as a preservative in meat products and potato snacks, reports
Spearing the growing convenience sector starch specialities firm
Cerestar improves the functionality of its C*PulpTex brand, aiming
to slice away costs for food makers working in the pre-prepared
UK wheat quality has been pushed even further below the national
three-year average, according to the first survey of wheat
harvested during the worst period of the UK's summer rain,
confirming fears that bad weather will place...
Food makers using processed apples in their food formulations can
maximise on the health-boosting antioxidant component of the fruit
with a new study backing up previous findings that suggest levels
of polyphenols are dependent on...
Regional news includes Russian veterinary inspectors beginning
checks on Polish dairies, the sale of one of the largest yeast
manufacturers in Poland and plans by Vietnamese tea producers to
increase exports to Russia.
Three major European brewing companies are competing to purchase a
small brewery in the previously unexplored region of Russia's far
east, as the scrap to profit from one of the world's
fastest-growing beer markets hots...
Wimm-Bill-Dann, has become one of the first Russian dairy companies
to receive a new EU license to export its products to Member
States. The move is expected to help the company target large
ex-pat Russian communities in EU countries.
The discovery by Russia's State Trade Inspectorate of tons of fake
condensed milk on the supermarket shelves in Moscow and St.
Petersburg has once again highlighted the enormity of the task
facing the Russian authorities in clamping...
Russian dairy giant Wimm-Bill-Dann is looking to increase its hold
on the country's dairy market by tapping into the under-exploited
Urals region. But after a year of falling profit margins, is the
company biting off more than...
Artificial sweeteners will lead the growth in the food additives
market on the back of rising consumer demand for functional foods,
closely followed by nutraceuticals and food preservatives, but
flavours will remain, by far, the largest...
Unilever yesterday turned its nose up at any talk of a decline in
the low-carb market and introduced 23 lines - the biggest launch in
the company's history - into Australian supermarkets, according to
an article in The Australian.