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Chr. Hansen launches second generation FreshQ

Chr. Hansen launches second generation FreshQ

8 Nov 2017

With Chr. Hansen’s second generation FreshQ, the company says that more dairies can rely on natural freshness and contribute to reducing food waste.

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Tate & Lyle reports strong start to the year

Tate & Lyle reports "strong start" to the year

8 Nov 2017

Tate & Lyle has issued its statement of results for the half year to 30 September. Sales were up 6% on the year-ago period. PBT was up 26% (13% at constant currency).

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Study: labelling as 'snack' or 'meal' makes a difference

Study: labelling as 'snack' or 'meal' makes a difference

8 Nov 2017

In what is said to be the first ever study of its kind, Jane Ogden, Professor in Health Psychology and researchers from the University of Surrey examined the impact of labelling food products as ‘snacks’ or ‘meals’.

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Biocatalysts to announce new enzyme panel at Fi Europe

Biocatalysts to announce new enzyme panel at Fi Europe

7 Nov 2017

Biocatalysts is launching a new enzyme panel at Food Ingredients Europe, aimed at companies that are developing products to address the current trends of sugar reduction and soluble fibre inclusion.

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Ingredion launches PRECISA 604 modified potato starch

Ingredion launches PRECISA 604 modified potato starch

7 Nov 2017

Ingredion and food scientists working in the global network of Ingredion Idea Labs innovation centres has introduced PRECISA 604 modified potato starch.

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Lallemand intros premixes to facilitate bakeries’ compliance

Lallemand intros premixes to facilitate bakeries’ compliance

7 Nov 2017

In order, the company says, to facilitate bakeries’ compliance with new nutrition labelling regulations in the U.S.A. and in Canada, Lallemand is introducing a new range of Instaferm VitaD Premixes.

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Givaudan to source 90% of raw materials responsibly by 2020

Givaudan to source 90% of raw materials responsibly by 2020

6 Nov 2017

Following the introduction of its Responsible Sourcing Policy in 2016, Givaudan has announced that 90% of its raw materials volume of natural origin will be responsibly sourced by 2020.

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FDA considers disallowing soy heart health claim

FDA considers disallowing soy heart health claim

6 Nov 2017

The US FDA has released a statement on the subject of allowable health claims for soy, hinting that it may conclude that there is insufficient evidence of a link between soy protein consumption and reduced risk of heart disease.

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Dairy leaders emphasise need to fight back against anti-dairy activisim

Dairy leaders emphasise need to fight back against "anti-dairy activisim"

6 Nov 2017

Speaking at the IDF World Dairy Summit in Belfast, industry leaders underlined the importance of communicating effectively with consumers at a time the IDF believes anti-dairy activism is on the rise.

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SternVitamin to showcase value-adding potential at Fi Europe

SternVitamin to showcase value-adding potential at Fi Europe

3 Nov 2017

At this year’s Food Ingredients Europe, SternVitamin says it will show how manufacturers of foods, drinks and food supplements can generate new value-adding potential with special product concepts.

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Firmenich inaugurates flavours plant in Sao Paulo

Firmenich inaugurates flavours plant in Sao Paulo

3 Nov 2017

Firmenich has officially inaugurated its manufacturing plant for encapsulated flavours in Sao Paulo, Brazil which will serve as a centre of excellence for encapsulated technologies in Latin America.

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DSM, UNICEF, Sight and Life to partner on nutrition for Nigeria

DSM, UNICEF, Sight and Life to partner on nutrition for Nigeria

3 Nov 2017

DSM, UN children’s agency UNICEF, and Swiss-based humanitarian nutrition think tank Sight and Life have announced a new partnership to deliver better nutrition to at-risk children and mothers in Nigeria.

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