All news articles for May 31, 2011

Producing DHA from canola oil would be cheap and sustainable, says Dow

Dow: DHA from canola oil still ‘some years away’

By Elaine Watson

Dow Agrosciences and Martek Biosciences (now part of DSM) are progressing well with plans to develop canola oil containing the coveted long-chain omega-3 fatty acid DHA, but are still “a number of years” away from bringing something to market.

Bakers: FSMA compliance costs ‘simply not justified’

Bakers: FSMA compliance costs ‘simply not justified’

By Elaine Watson

The American Bakers Association (ABA) is preparing to file a petition with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) asking it to exempt storage facilities for packaged foods from stringent hazard analysis and preventive control requirements in new food...

DSM: Acrylamide prevention failing to catch fire in US (yet)

DSM: Acrylamide prevention failing to catch fire in US (yet)

By Elaine Watson

DSM has had a “lot of interest” from US food manufacturers in its PreventASe acrylamide-reduction enzyme, but admitted many firms are still waiting to see if regulators will take action on the suspected carcinogen before parting with hard cash.

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