A soy-based egg replacer developed by food scientists at Unilever
heads to the US, as Alleggra Foods, the owner of the new
ingredient, signs a distribution, manufacturing and marketing
agreement with Tate & Lyle for the North...
The dispute between the sugar industry and McNeil Nutritionals
advanced a small step this week when a federal court in Los Angeles
ruled that the Sugar Association can continue its claim into
whether McNeil's Splenda campaign...
Responding to consumer and legislative pressures, international
food firms are slicing artery-clogging trans fatty acids from their
formulations,FoodNavigator.com spoke with Nestle to find out
how the world's number one food...
About half of US food producers that specify the use of
non-genetically modified ingredients in their products have little
understanding of the process involved, according to a recent
survey, writes Philippa Nuttall.
Ben & Jerry's last week claimed to be the first ice-cream maker
in the US to produce an ice-cream made with fair-trade coffee,
suggesting that ethically traded commodities can be good for
business as well as beneficial for...
Food makers will be encouraged by a new report that reveals food
safety actions along the supply chain appear to be paying off, with
new figures from the US government showing cases of the harmful
food pathogen E.coli have fallen...
Food chemists bring new knowledge to cut costs in the steady
European popcorn market, identifying a key crystalline structure in
popcorn that appears to determine its popping quality, reports
Ambitious US ingredients supplier Cargill boosts its war chest,
announcing a 35 per cent rise in profit for the third quarter of
2005, on gains from commodity trading and its animal feed and steel