"We have fundamentally reformed our farm policy," and with
these words Dr. Franz Fischler, European Commissioner for
Agriculture kicked-off his first speech at the WTO ministerial
conference in Cancun, Mexico that opened...
Heart healthy flavonoids, often removed in processing because they
are bitter, could actually improve the taste of certain food
products, reports a scientist in the US. Clearing the way for a
boost of flavonoid fortification in food.
Pioneering Belgian ingredients supplier Orafti Active Food
Ingredients is the first, and only, producer of inulin and
oligofructose to get the GMP stamp of approval from the American
Institute of Baking.
Long term sustainable growth is the key aim for a far-reaching
development process at Swedish fats and oils company Karlshamns,
the company confirmed recently when it announced its first half
results for 2002. An increasingly competitive...
Calcium could help the body fight E coli, the bacteria often
responsible for traveller's diarrhea, and a cause of illness in
children and the elderly in developing countries, suggests new
research from the Netherlands.
A joint project between US and Russian scientists to try and
develop healthier means of raising battery hens has produced a
probiotic feed which is said to protect the poultry from various
strains of bacteria.
Ending months of speculation Dutch life science products company
DSM announced today that is to pay CHF 3.5 billion (€2.4 billion)
for Roche's vitamins and fine chemicals division.
When Roche launched the sale of the division...
Giant three-dimensional moving molecules roving before the eyes
could help scientists understand molecular behaviour in a matter of
minutes - instead of the more typical weeks using traditional