All news articles for October 2012

Chr Hansen profits up despite eurozone slowdown

Chr Hansen profits up despite Eurozone slowdown

By Shane Starling

Shares jumped more than 3% to just over €24.05 this morning in Danish enzymes, colours and cultures company Chr Hansen as its yearly revenue hit €699m. Profits improved 10.7% to €131.3m for the 12 month period ended August 31.

Sustainable palm oil production can be a boon for smallholders

Dispatch from RT10 in Singapore

Ensuring sustainability at the new frontiers of palm oil production

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

Palm oil producers and traders have been looking for new production areas as expansion in environmentally sensitive regions in Southeast Asia has become increasingly difficult - but Latin American and African production must embrace sustainable standards...

The JDBP is part of Unilever's 'Partner to Win' initiative, which encourages closer ties with key suppliers - such as FrieslandCampina.

Unilever and FrieslandCampina expand sustainability partnership

By Mark Astley

Unilever and Dutch dairy giant FrieslandCampina have expanded their existing sustainability partnership with a pledge to co-operate on development and innovation while promoting sustainable production, packaging, and logistics.

EHL introduces lemon myrtle in UK

EHL introduces lemon myrtle for UK food manufacturers

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

EHL Ingredients has introduced the Australian herb lemon myrtle to the UK market, touting it as a natural, organic ingredient with lemon and basil notes that could be used in tea, or as a food ingredient.

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