The global taste and nutrition specialist has inaugurated its Southern Europe Innovation Centre in Barcelona, Spain, which will serve as a regional hub for customers in Spain, Portugal, Italy and France.
Taste and nutrition company Kerry officially opened what it bills as ‘the largest and most advanced’ taste manufacturing facility on the African continent this week. FoodNavigator hears from Paul Hewitt, Vice President of Sub Saharan Africa, to learn...
Kerry announced yesterday (14 September) that it has completed the acquisition of preservation specialist Niacet, in a deal worth €853m. What does this mean for the ingredient supplier? FoodNavigator caught up with Bert De Vegt, Vice President of Food...
Kerry Group has agreed to sell its Meats and Meals business in the UK and Ireland to US poultry producer Pilgrim’s Pride for €819m as it seeks the higher growth opportunity offered by its Taste and Nutrition division.
New consumer research carried out by Kerry, the world’s leading taste and nutrition company, reveals that 65% of functional beverage consumers are more worried about their health since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ingredients supplier Kerry Group has unveiled an ambitious sustainability strategy including a commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 33% by 2030 and achieve net zero before 2050. It is also exploring those sectors such as immunity and food...
Beta glucans that deliver immune health benefits are an ingredient that is making its way into mainstream food and beverage categories. As the coronavirus pandemic places health and diet in the spotlight, this shift is likely to gather steam.
Kerry has teamed up with IBM’s artificial intelligence (AI) arm Watson to develop a new AI-based tool aptly dubbed Trendspotter, which it claims can help F&B manufacturers to identify and launch new products ‘ahead of trend’.
It has been a year since the European Commission Regulation came into force on April 11 2018, obliging food business operators (FBOs) to apply acrylamide mitigation measures. Despite calls for the EU to take a tougher stance, manufacturers are stepping...
Kerry Group is set to continue to reap the benefits from health and wellness trends, and, in particular, can continue to leverage the industry’s ongoing salt, fat and sugar reformulation efforts, claims an analyst.
Asian-Pacific markets continued to provide solid growth opportunities for Kerry, notes the ingredients and flavours group as it released an interim management statement for the first nine months to 30 September 2011.
Natural flavours supplier, Kerry Ingredients, has flagged up a six month dateline for the conclusion of an existing project aiming to optimise the stability of natural citrus flavours for use in beverages.
Food firm Kerry delivers like-for-like trading profit of €134 million at its ingredients and flavours unit for the first half of 2008, thanks in part to 'prudent price actions' that have brought good cost recovery to the group.
Bakery ingredient firm Custom Industries was showcasing its
products in 'functional' baked goods for the first time last week
at the IFT show in Orlando, demonstrating the change in direction
the company has taken since...
Reporting good sales and profits growth in the first six months of
2005, ingredients and food products maker Kerry said today it is
still on the prowl for what it describes as further"bolt-on"
Ongoing demand for healthy products helped Irish food and
ingredients firm Kerry to a strong first half performance. And with
recent acquisitions pushing it into other high growth sectors,
there is little to stop the group from making...
UK chemical stalwart Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) will spin
off the food ingredients arm of its struggling flavour and
fragrance business Quest to Irish ingredients group Kerry, giving
the flavours operation room to concentrate...
Driving hard into value added ingredients has paid off for Irish
food group Kerry as the company faces off tougher currency exposure
in 2003 to see a steady rise in sales and operating profit.
European bottom line benefits from greater...
Irish ingredients, flavours and end products company Kerry shrugged
off currency fluctuations and sluggish industry growth rates for
the first six months of 2003. Health and exposure to ready meals
offer particularly good growth opportunities.
Irish food ingredient and dairy company Kerry continues to move
forward with the group reporting on Tuesday a 22 per cent leap in
2002 profits after tax to €189 million thanks to a strong
perfomance across all businesses.
Kerry, the global ingredients, flavours and consumer foods Group,
today announced the acquisition of Aromont S.A. headquartered in
Montcornet, France and the proposed acquisition of Stearns &
Lehman Inc., headquartered in Mansfield,...