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ADM profits drop

ADM profits drop

Agribusiness giant Archer Daniels Midland reported a 12.5 per cent
drop in earnings for the 2003 second quarter, after high soybean
prices damaged results from its oilseed processing operations.

Contaminants workshop

Contaminants workshop

Food contamination is a major issue that the European, and global,
food industry faces today. A one day seminar in the UK will examine
how the industry can respond to the challenge and devise a strategy
to cope.

Danisco targets women

Danisco targets women

The American arm of Danish ingredients company Danisco announced
this week that in order to capitalise on the most influential
segment of US shoppers in America - women - the company has
launched a new juice bar novelty idea, Elevations...

Flavour focus

Flavour focus

The American arm of Danish food ingredients company Danisco this
week announced the launch of a flavour concept designed to target
the ice cream and frozen novelty segment and to maximise on the
persuasion techniques of children.

ADM adds to patents file

ADM adds to patents file

Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) has been awarded three US patents for
the use of concentrated isoflavones combined with other
phytochemicals to treat blood-related diseases, cancer and
menopausal symptoms.

ADM invests in non-GM soy

ADM invests in non-GM soy

Agribusiness giant Archer Daniels Midland Co. said on Tuesday it is
paying an extra 20 cents per bushel for soybeans that have not been
genetically modified and are delivered to its processing facility
in Decatur, Illinois.

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