Opinions are divided in India over the use of GMO foods to augment the local food system, with some experts renewing calls to approve its usage to help reduce food costs and environmental pollution, but others urging caution as the ‘scientific concerns’...
More detailed investigation is needed into the effects of flavour Limonene on modern food processing techniques, the degradation products generated, and the toxicity from such products, say researchers in India.
Ferrero India has revealed its plans to build a new product portfolio for the mass market in India, with the firm assessing opportunities for some of the 20 confectionery brands it acquired from the US unit of Nestle at the start of the year.
Food historians credit China with inventing ice cream and Marco Polo for bringing it to Italy. Skip forward to the 21st century, and the rate at which Western ice-cream makers are looking to the East for inspiration promises to see renewed momentum—with...
Signature International, which already has a production facility built to European standards in the city of Nashik – 200 miles north of Mumbai – has plans to build 20 flatbread manufacturing plants across the Indian subcontinent within the next five to...
Increased safety checks on fruit, vegetables, herbs, spices, nuts and seeds from non-EU countries are working to protect the health of European consumers, according to a new report from the European Commission.
Vitamin charity Vitamin Angels and DSM’s Sight and Life are addressing vitamin A deficiency in Indian children by establishing a sustainable supply and distribution system promoting “local ownership” of the deficiency problem.
The Indian confectionery market witnessed the launch of over 200 products in various categories last year, thus ranked, according to Datamonitor, in the top 20 in terms of global new product launches in 2009.
European food and drink trade with China and India has shot up
since 2000, against a backdrop of an overall growth in trade with
these countries that has seen China become Europe's second trading
partner after the USA.
As the Indian processed food market soars with high double digit
growth across convenience and health positioned products, the
Indian government will pour millions of rupees into improving food
laboratories to sharpen food safety.
A new laboratory in southern India will provide food manufacturers
with a range of services in the domain of food technology.
Supported by a Rs.10m (€0.19m) grant from the Indian government, or
more precisely the Ministry of Food...