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The Danish Meat Trade College

Focus on Denmark

The Danish Meat Trade College

By Carina Perkins

Globalmeatnews.com visited the Danish Meat Trade College in Roskilde to find out more about its courses, facilities and international programmes

Danish pig production and exports

Focus on Denmark

Danish pig production and exports

By Carina Perkins

Globalmeatnews.com speaks to Karsten Flemin, market analyst at the Danish Agriculture & Food Council, about trends in Danish pig production and exports

Roquette microalgae flour hope after Solazyme split

Roquette talks algae hope after Solazyme split

By Kacey Culliney

Despite a recent split from Solazyme and an on-going legal case, Roquette is “full speed ahead” with its new algae flour and says the health halo effect should propel the ingredient forward.

How soya protein can help meet growing demand for meat

How soya protein can help meet growing demand for meat

By Nicholas Robinson

Consumers in developing economies such as Africa are increasing their demand for meat, posing a challenge to global food supplies. Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) technical director Stephen Mott told Globalmeatnews.com that soya proteins can be added...

Kyle Thomas

Dispatches from Pack Expo

Eagle signs six Channel Partners

By Jenny EAGLE

Eagle Product Inspection has signed up with six channel partners to provide on-the-ground support for customers across the US.

Is sustainability a priority for stevia users?

Is sustainability a priority for stevia users?

By Caroline SCOTT-THOMAS

Stevia supplier PureCircle has released sustainability goals for 2020 - but is sustainability really top-of-mind for stevia users? And why does the company define calorie reduction as part of sustainability? FoodNavigator speaks with PureCircle's...

FVO director on new EU food inspection proposals

FVO director on new EU food inspection proposals

By Nicholas Robinson

Globalmeatnews.com spoke to director of the Food and Veterinary Office at the European Commission, Michael Scannell, about the proposed changes to EU food controls, which could see all food businesses asked to front costs for official inspections.

US-Russia trade disputes: a view from exporters

US-Russia trade disputes: a view from exporters

By Ed Bedington

Globalmeatnews.com talks to Phillip Seng, president and CEO of the US Meat Export Federation (USMEF), about the difficulties that the US is facing when it comes to exporting meat to Russia.

European outlook: Interview with UECBV secretary general

European outlook: Interview with UECBV secretary general

By Carmen Paun

Globalmeatnews.com speaks to Jean-Luc Mériaux, secretary general of the European Livestock and Meat Trading Union (UECBV) about the priority markets for EU meat exports, and some of the challenges faced by European exporters and producers.

It would be nice to revise calorie values, but that's going to be very difficult, says Wickham.

Should we revise how calories are measured?

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

The current method of measuring the calorie content of foods could be flawed, says Professor Martin Wickham of Leatherhead Food Research.

Functional foodstuffs: The challenge of omega-3 in finished products

Functional foodstuffs: The challenge of omega-3 in finished products

By Nathan Gray in Frankfurt

The challenge of getting beneficial omega-3 fatty acids into finished products is a big one for the food ingredients and manufacturing industry. But how can suppliers and manufacturers work to get these ingredients into a wider range of products?

The art of soft drinks: Euromonitor charts world consumption trends

DISPATCHES FROM INTERBEV 2012, LAS VEGAS

The art of soft drinks: Euromonitor charts world consumption trends

By Ben Bouckley

Speaking to BeverageDaily.com at InterBev in Las Vegas, Euromonitor International analysts Claire Moulin and Jonas Feliciano characterize the world’s shifting taste in soft drinks in art history terms.

Clinical trials needed to fulfill prebiotics

Clinical trials needed to fulfill prebiotics obesity promise: Professor

By Shane Starling

Battling obesity is not the first port of call for prebiotics – they are much more commonly known for their role in promoting gut health and boosting immune systems. But a growing number of studies is showing different prebiotic forms can influence weight...

LycoRed expands natural colours range

Dispatches from Vitafoods Europe 2012

LycoRed aims new products at all-natural trend

By Rod Addy

LycoRed is facing a wave of consumers demanding natural alternatives to existing colours and is responding with new formulations in addition to broader product development.

Coke backs SATIN satiety project to battle obesity

Dispatches from Vitafoods Europe 2012

Coca-Cola bites into EU-backed obesity project

By Shane Starling from Geneva

What is the world's biggest carbonated beverage company doing in a European Union satiety research project? Why, collaborating to battle obesity of course…

Solbar outlines EU growth strategy post CHS acquisition

Dispatches from Vitafoods Europe 2012

Solbar targets UK, Europe for growth

By Rod Addy

Soy protein firm Solbar has outlined big plans for growth in several fields, including dietary and sports nutrition following the completion of its acquisition by US-based farmer co-operative CHS in February 2012.

SATIN: EU funded satiety project to battle obesity

EU satiety project confronts growing obesity crisis

By Nathan GRAY

The new 6 million euro, EU backed satiety project will have a legacy long beyond its time-frame, as the collaborative effort looks to change the way the European market deals with the obesity crisis it faces.

Sports and energy categories blur

Dispatches from Vitafoods Europe 2012

Sports and energy categories blur

By Rod Addy from Geneva

Sports and energy food and drink categories are blurring, according to Roberta Re, nutrition research manager at Leatherhead Food Research in this exclusive video from the Vitafoods 2012 trade show in Geneva.

Facing post-2013 challenges

Focus on Denmark

Facing post-2013 challenges

By Melodie Michel

Exporting 90% of its pork production to countries in and out of the EU, Denmark tends to be ahead of the game when it comes to food safety, environmental protection and animal welfare. But with the requirement to replace sow stalls with group pens due...

Brazilian poultry: Interview with UBABEF president

Brazilian poultry: Interview with UBABEF president

By Melodie Michel

Francisco Turra, president of the Brazilian Poultry Association (UBABEF), talks to GlobalMeatNews about the state of the industry, exports, and the anti-dumping levy imposed in South Africa.

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