Spearing the growing convenience sector starch specialities firm
Cerestar improves the functionality of its C*PulpTex brand, aiming
to slice away costs for food makers working in the pre-prepared
French starch and derivatives producer, now under the aegis of
agribusiness giant Cargill, has launched a new sweetener that
'could help manufacturers of sugar-free sweets to revolutionise
packaging solutions, ' claims the...
Starch derivatives company Cerestar, recently acquired by US
agribusiness Cargill, claims this week that it has met the
challenge to develop a gum type that differs from typical gelatine
and starch gums. According to the company sales...
French starch and starch derivative company Cerestar, recently
taken over by US agribusiness Cargill, has launched a new
ingredient for gelatine-free dairy desserts. C*Delight from
Cerestar Food and PharmaSpecialities is a starch-based...
US giant Cargill, one of the world's largest agribusinesses,
returned to profit in the fourth quarter compared with a year ago,
suggesting that the company's strategy to integrate food trading
and supply chain management...
In a rare interview , Cargill, the US food group, spoke to Laurent
Flallo from Les Echos, and set out the rationale behind its
recent acquisition, the biggest in the company's 137-year history,
of French starch company Cerestar.
Starch company Cerestar announced on Friday that turnover in 2001
grew by 9.2 per cent to reach €1.8bn. The company attributed the
rise to additional volumes, particularly significant in the US, and