Balancing liberalisation with a better deal for developing
countries must be a priority for the World Trade Organisation as
figures from a new report released yesterday show that
protectionism and subsidies by industrialised nations...
A few months after the US Department of Agriculture gave the all
clear for processors to use activated lactoferrin, a milk protein,
to fight disease-causing bacteria arrives the endorsement from the
US Food and Drug Administration.
A new alliance, the first of its kind in Denmark, aims to focus on
new technologies to lead to faster and more targeted production and
marketing of new products for the dairy industry. Danish enzyme
company Novozymes will join up...
New Yorker Randy Blaun has developed what she believes to be a more
healthy French fry, which contains less than half the carbohydrate
content of regular fries. Blaun currently has a patent pending for
The sugar content of foods is of increasing concern to consumers.
Food ingredients suppliers are constantly making moves to meet
these new needs. Danish ingredients company Danisco announced this
week that it has launched a new technology...
The United States, Argentina and Canada have asked the World Trade
Organisation (WTO) to set up a dispute settlement panel to decide
whether or not the EU's policies on genetically modified organisms
(GMOs) constitute a barrier...
Heart-friendlier products may be one of the benefits from new corn
varieties developed by US scientists at the US department of
agriculture's chief scientific research agency and Iowa State
University (ISU). The 14 new lines...
German pharmaceuticals and ingredients group Boehringer Ingelheim
has reported a successful first half-year, with sales in the first
six months of 2002 rising 21 per cent on the previous year to €3.7
billion and an operating income...