Americans' knowledge of genetically modified foods remains low and
their opinions about its safety are just as divided as they were
two years ago, according to a new survey released last week by the
Pew Initiative on Food and...
We take a look at the freshly elected officials for the 2003-2004
season at the American Association of Cereal Chemists (AACC) - to
be inaugurated at the organisation's annual meeting later this
Jobs will be saved as US sugar giant Imperial Sugar receives
incentive from the Louisiana state. The company, that filed for
Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2001, said recently that it
will have relief from state sales and use...
Innovation courses through the food and drink industry as
businesses continue to strive for oneupmanship in an increasingly
competitive market. As different sectors seek to satisfy key
consumer needs - 'beauty from within'...
Two years ago to the day terrorist attacks in the United States
struck a nation, leaving the country shocked, angry and vulnerable.
As the country continues to recover, national security remains very
much a top priority, in particular...
"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...
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.
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...
Agribusiness giant Archer Daniels Midland yesterday announced it
will increase its liquid sorbitol capacity at its Decatur plant in
the US by 60 per cent by the end of 2003 in order to meet increased