Decision News Media seeks Managing Editor for Montpellier, France
Decision News Media is seeking a Managing Editor to lead the
editorial team in Montpellier, France.
Costs, prices and sales rise at McCormick
Spice firm McCormick has posted increased sales in its industrial
business for the third quarter, but these were largely driven by
price increases as the company struggled to offset rising costs.
Danisco cuts quota in wake of sugar reform
Danisco has said it will reduce its sugar quota by more than 10 per
cent following sugar reform proposals agreed by EU agriculture
ministers, and being stung with levy charges of some €20m.
Isoflavone-rich pasta effective to boost heart health - study
Pasta, enriched with soy isoflavones in the aglycone form, can
effectively reduce blood levels of total and LDL cholesterol by
about eight per cent, new research from Italy has reported.
Vague allergen warning is dangerous, Lords tell FSA
The UK's Food Standards Agency should ensure appropriate
consideration is given to allergens by the European Commission, as
part of if its review of food labelling, say peers.
ARS develops peas that claim better color, texture
Two new varieties of southernpeas claim to feature superior color,
texture and flavor, reported US Department of Agriculture (USDA)
EFSA to speed up review of colours from hyperactive kids study
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has announced it will
prioritise its own review of the six colours at the heart of the
recent study linking certain artificial additives with children's
Fiske becomes Univar - and a specialist industry expert
Ingredients distributor Fiske is changing its name to Univar Food
Ingredients to draw on the brand recognition of its parent company,
and is taking on industry experts so it can provide more technical,
marketing and product development...
Purac to move lactic acid production from Europe
After recording disappointing margins last month, CSM subsidiary
Purac announced yesterday it will switch lactic acid production
from Europe to Thailand, the US and Brazil.
Barry Callebaut doubles Japan chocolate volumes
Barry Callebaut is moving in on the expanding chocolate market in
Japan through a new alliance with confectionery company Morinaga.
Global enzyme growth driven by innovation, says report
The global market for food and beverage enzymes is forecast to slow
but remain strong, resulting mostly from expanding markets and
applications, according to a new report by The Freedonia Group.
Monsanto GM trait adoption to grow threefold, forecasts firm
Monsanto, a leading global biotechnology company, yesterday said it
expects to almost triple its presence outside of the United States.
Individual GI variations demand research attention - study
Individual variations in the glycaemic index (GI) of white bread,
stated as 70 in the literature, may range from 44 to 132, says new
research that questions the utility of the index.
Back to the Commission for GM maize approval
The European Commission will now make the final decision on whether
to allow three new GM maize's onto the EU market after agricultural
ministers failed to reach a majority vote in Brussels yesterday.
Palsgaard receives US approval for chocolate emulsifier
A chocolate emulsifier ingredient from Palsgaard can now be used by
US manufacturers to replace the commonly-used soy lecithin,
following its recent approval by the nation's regulator.