Ten organisations have voiced concerns over a new code for
non-broadcast advertising of food products aimed at children in the
UK, claiming that it is inadequate and will not reduce children's
exposure to promotions for unhealthy...
French supplier Euringus is introducing a new organic pea fibre to
its ingredient range, which it expects will help food makers meet
demand for fibre-enriched products in Europe in the light of
The American Association of Cereal Chemists (AACC) International is
set to meet this week in Europe, where experts from the
international cereals and grains industry will discuss latest
developments in grain-based science and technology.
Chocolate giants Hershey and Barry Callebaut, have teamed up for a
landmark partnership which will see the Swiss cocoa producer
providing the raw material for Hershey's chocolate products and
expanding facilities in South America.
Multilateral trade is tilted against developing countries, said
World Trade Organisation (WTO) director general Pascal Lamy
yesterday, but negotiations towards a conclusion to the Doha trade
round are seventy per cent complete.
DSM has reported flat sales for its Nutrition division in the first
quarter of 2007, but a new, forward looking programme is already
underway to improve profitability and place emphasis on product
DSM Food Specialities is opening a new process flavour plant in
Xinghuo, China, which it says will expand its product range and
double capacity to make the Dutch company becomes the largest
process flavour maker in the world.