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DDW CEO Ted Nixon: The natural colors industry is still in its infancy

Big interview: Ted Nixon, chairman and CEO, DDWilliamson

DDW: We could be as big in natural colors as we are in caramel colors in 5-10 years

By Elaine Watson

Founded in 1865 - the year Lincoln was assassinated - DDW has been in the food colors business for an astonishing 148 years. But there’s no room for complacency, CEO Ted Nixon tells Elaine Watson during a visit to the firm’s HQ in Louisville, KY.

The iconic Molson brewery in Montreal (Picture Credit: Molson Coors)

COULD FIGHT POSE FUTURE PROBLEMS FOR $7.76BN US JV MILLER COORS?

Molson Coors draws first blood in Canada court spat with SAB Miller

By Ben BOUCKLEY

SAB Miller is disappointed by yesterday’s interim court injunction that stops it terminating its Canadian License Agreement with Molson Coors, and one City analyst warns that the spat could be a symptom of broader tensions between the two brewing giants,...

ADM in discussions to divest cocoa operations

ADM in talks to sell cocoa business

By Oliver Nieburg

The Archer Daniels Midland Company is holding discussions to sell its cocoa ingredients business - a business unit that saw profits plunge 24% last year.

Japan is awaiting further in-depth info on extent of GMO wheat in US before it opens imports

Japan calls for more GMO info before lifting US wheat ban

By Kacey Culliney

Japan will not lift its ban on US Western White wheat imports until the American government provides detailed information on the extent of unauthorized genetically modified wheat found in Oregon, a government official says.

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