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Study: almonds beneficial for heart disease

Study: almonds beneficial for heart disease

19 Jan 2015

A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association found that a daily snack of 42 grams of almonds instead of a high-carbohydrate muffin with equivalent calories, consumed as part of an overall healthy diet, improved a number of hea...

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Arla commits to responsible growth in Africa

Arla commits to responsible growth in Africa

16 Jan 2015

Arla has said that it plans to grow in several African markets in the coming years, but this growth must be achieved in a responsible way. Therefore,  Arla is implementing an updated human rights policy throughout its organisation to ensure that its gl...

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2014 ended on a high, says KitoZyme

2014 ended on a high, says KitoZyme

16 Jan 2015

2014 ended on a high note for KitoZyme, the company has announced. “The detailed figures will be available in a few weeks’ time, but we already know that 2014 has seen strong growth in the company’s sales in its main areas of business. Our commercial e...

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EFSA reports on caffeine safety

EFSA reports on caffeine safety

16 Jan 2015

Single doses of caffeine up to 200mg and daily intakes of up to 400mg do not raise safety concerns for adults in Europe. These are two of the provisional findings of EFSA’s Scientific Opinion on the safety of caffeine from all sources. EFSA is now seek...

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Naturex inaugurates expanded quillaia plant

Naturex inaugurates expanded quillaia plant

16 Jan 2015

Naturex, the natural ingredients manufacturer, has inaugurated the expansion of its factory in Linares, Chile which will specialise in quillaia extraction and purification. During his speech, Olivier Rigaud, Naturex CEO, commented on the group’s ambiti...

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Probi gets largest ever probiotics order

Probi gets largest ever probiotics order

15 Jan 2015

Swedish biotechnology company Probi has announced that it has secured its largest order to date, valued at MSEK 17, from the US company NBTY. Probi is to supply probiotic products that will be included in an already well-established consumer product. I...

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Campden BRI strengthens chemical analysis capabilities

Campden BRI strengthens chemical analysis capabilities

15 Jan 2015

Campden BRI says it is strengthening its chemical contaminant analysis capabilities with a significant investment in a new state-of-the-art inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer (ICP-MS). PerkinElmer’s NexION 350D ICP-MS will be used to quantify...

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Bord Bia sees exports reach record high

Bord Bia sees exports reach record high

15 Jan 2015

Bord Bia – the Irish Food Board – has reported a 4% increase in exports for 2014 to reach a record high of almost €10.5 billion. Aidan Cotter, Chief Executive, Bord Bia outlined the background to the fifth consecutive year of export growth for th...

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Ulrick & Short extends fat reducer range

Ulrick & Short extends fat reducer range

15 Jan 2015

Fat in its many forms is rarely out of the media headlines, according to British-owned clean label ingredient specialist Ulrick & Short. The company has unveiled the latest developments in its range of fat reducers that it says will help food manuf...

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Nagase outlines top Japanese food trends

Nagase outlines top Japanese food trends

14 Jan 2015

Ingredients company Nagase America has announced what it believes are the top Japanese 2015 food trends.  Key factors behind the trends, it says, are anticipated changes in Japanese regulations as well as Japanese consumer interest in new food experien...

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Feijoa, blackberry found to have anti-inflammatory effect

Feijoa, blackberry found to have anti-inflammatory effect

14 Jan 2015

Feijoa and blackberry are two fruits with a strong anti-inflammatory effect that could help people with inflammatory diseases, according to recent research from the University of Auckland. The research into treatments for inflammatory bowel disease inv...

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EFSA outlines requirements for weight loss meals

EFSA outlines requirements for weight loss meals

14 Jan 2015

Following a request from the European Commission, the EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA) was asked to deliver a scientific opinion on the essential composition of total diet replacements for weight control. Total diet replac...

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