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Drunken yeast

Drunken yeast

Scientists could be closer to understanding why red-wine quaffing
Mediterraneans live to a handsome age thanks to a new study that
found an ingredient in red wine extended the life span of yeast.

Cargill storms FiE

Cargill storms FiE

As US agribusiness Cargill reaches further into Europe, the
upcoming Food Ingredients Europe 2003 exhibition in Frankfurt,
Germany bears witness to the company's growing presence.

GRAS status for milk protein

GRAS status for milk protein

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.

New diet science for ice cream

New diet science for ice cream

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...

US calls for GM dispute panel

US calls for GM dispute panel

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...

Honing in on health

Honing in on health

US product and technology development company TIAX has launched the
Center for Food Reformulation that will focus on improving the
health aspect of foods.

Sales boost for Boehringer

Sales boost for Boehringer

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...

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