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IFF opens refitted Cairo flavours facility

By RJ Whitehead

A Cairo flavours facility has come back online a year after International Flavours and Fragrances shuttered it for renovation and expansion work to be carried out. 

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Egypt named one of ‘10 emerging markets of the future’

By Richard Whitehead

An influential new report has identified Egypt as one of the “10 emerging markets of the future” though its food industry is predicted to see a dramatic change in fortunes as part of an overall predicted slump in its primary industries over the next five...

Egypt’s wheat import dispute continues, with mixed messages on fungal infection rates sparking panic about cancer-causing bread, as a currency devaluation puts strain on food prices.(© iStock.com)

Egypt wheat row turns toxic

By Will Chu

Egypt’s wheat import dispute continues, with mixed messages on fungal infection rates sparking panic about cancer-causing bread, as a currency devaluation puts strain on food prices.

Egypt was the second-largest buyer of Russian wheat last year, behind only Turkey, said Russian president Vladimir Putin.

Egypt bags cheap Russian wheat, signs new silo deals

By Eliot Beer

Egypt will buy more wheat from Russia this year, taking advantage of historically low prices, while it continues with a major grain silo programme to improve domestic storage capacity.

Food subsidies may be diverting funds from other policy initiatives, and make relatively unhealthy foods much cheaper

Food subsidies may drive child stunting

By Eliot Beer

Government food subsidies may contribute to high rates of child stunting in the Middle East, according to research by the International Food Policy Research Institute (Ifpri).

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