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Organic plan boosts US sales

Organic plan boosts US sales

A new organic programme in the US has lifted sales of organic food
and drink while western Europe saw growth slowing down on 2002
figures. New report predicts drop in growth for industrialised
world, but acceleration in developing...

Vanilla systems for savings

Vanilla systems for savings

The volatile vanilla market has seen food manufacturers turning to
synthetic substitutes as prices per kilo soar from double to treble
figures in recent years. Danish ingredients giant Danisco - a
leading extractor of vanilla in the...

Rocky results for TFF

Rocky results for TFF

US firm Technology Flavors & Fragrances continues to falter in
2003 with a 70 per cent decrease in net income for the second
quarter, a decrease in net sales of 5.7 per cent and rising
operating costs.

Chicago welcomes IFT

Chicago welcomes IFT

Crowds of food industry professionals will start pouring through
the doors of Chicago's McCormick Place South building this weekend
for the opening of the IFT Annual Meeting + FOOD EXPO. This year's
event - opened by Health...

Solae sues ADM

Solae sues ADM

Just a few months old, the recently formed alliance between US
agribusiness giant Bunge and DuPont Protein Technologies - Solae -
has already filed a complaint with a court in the US claiming that
the companies Archer Daniels Midland...

Tea beats halitosis

Tea beats halitosis

Who would have thought it? A nice cup of tea to combat those
embarassing bad breath moments. Scientists in the US have found
compounds in tea can stop the growth of bacteria that cause bad
breath.

Bush joins the GM debate

Bush joins the GM debate

The confrontation between Europe and the United States over
genetically modified foods shifted up a gear this week when the US
President George. W. Bush accused Europe of impeding efforts to
fight world famine because of its trade...

Kemin supports GMP

Kemin supports GMP

Natural ingredient manufacturer Kemin Foods last week voiced its
support for the US Food and Drug Administration's new initiative to
strengthen labelling, manufacturing and product quality
requirements for the dietary supplement...

Soy plant goes idle

Soy plant goes idle

A fall in demand for domestic soybean meal, the first time in more
than ten years, saw the North American operating arm of agri-giant
Bunge announcing this week that it will idle production at Bunge's
Marion, Ohio, soybean processing...

Ways to glaze

Ways to glaze

A new alternative to the traditional egg wash for bakery products
has hit the market with ICI subsidiary National Starch &
Chemical launching Versa-Sheen glazing agent.

Sales sweet for Corn Products

Sales sweet for Corn Products

Sales for US food ingredients company Corn Products International
were on target for the first quarter of 2003 ended 31 March 2003
with the company announcing on Tuesday that sales had risen 23 per
cent, lifting earnings and increasing...

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