All news articles for January 2014

Yildiz sells yeast unit for €162m

Yildiz sells yeast unit for €162m

By Annie-Rose Harrison-Dunn

Turkish food group Yildiz Holding has sold its yeast unit Dosu Maya to French firm Le Saffre for €162m.

Consultation on sale of raw milk

Public consultation ends April 30

FSA wants clear rules for raw milk

By Rachel ARTHUR

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is proposing to clarify rules for selling unpasteurized, or raw, milk and cream. 

ICD said WHO is, “tending towards pulling back from collaboration with major food companies”.

When you say NGO, they say conflict of interest?

By Annie-Rose Harrison-Dunn

The World Health Organisation (WHO) decision to grant NGO status to a malnutrition-battling business alliance raised eyebrows this week, so what do organisations have to do to gain and keep such a status?

Beyond meat substitutes: What’s hot in vegetarian food?

Special Edition: Plant-based diets

Beyond meat substitutes: What’s hot in vegetarian food?

By Caroline SCOTT-THOMAS

Vegetarians aren’t necessarily looking for alternative proteins or meat analogues, and makers of meat-free meals are embracing a range of trendy flavours and ingredients, says Classic Cuisine’s new product development manager Paul Hunt.

OARC opens in Sohar.

Oman opens $385m aluminium rolling plant

By Jenny EAGLE

Oman Aluminium Rolling Company (OARC) has opened a $385m plant in Sohar, north of the capital Muscat, which will be operational by the end of Q1 2014.

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