All news articles for September 2011

Commission moves to help olive oil industry

Commission moves to help olive oil industry

By Jane Byrne

As demand for olive oil falls and prices follow suit, the European Commission is intervening to ensure beleaguered producers tender for aid so they can store their surplus.

new flours said to produce mild-tasting whole grain bakery

Flours promise hidden whole grain benefits

By Lynda Searby

NatureFibre Oat 100 is the latest addition to a new suite of flours from Kampffmeyer Food Innovation GmbH for formulating high fibre and whole grain bakery and snack products that taste as though they are made with conventional, refined flours.

High prices take the shine off guar gum

High prices take the shine off guar gum

By Lynda Searby

There is no end in sight to the current guar gum shortage and record high prices for the hydrocolloid, which may prompt some manufacturers to consider reformulation, according to Euromonitor International.

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