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Nogueira to head JBS USA

Nogueira to head JBS USA

By Carina Perkins

Meat processor JBS USA has announced changes to senior management, with current CEO Don Jackson due to retire at the end of the year.

Kalsec rosemary extracts “allow for addition directly into the cereal and provide performance without contributing the bitter, off flavors associated with other natural antioxidants”, says Gary Augustine

Natural antioxidant offers shelf-life boost for extruded cereals

By Elaine WATSON

Rosemary extracts can deliver a significant reduction in the formation of hexanal - a marker for oxidation in foods - without the bitter off-flavors associated with other natural antioxidants, tests by natural extract specialist Kalsec have revealed. 

TPP deal could open doors for US poultry

TPP deal could open doors for US poultry

By Carina Perkins

Mexico and Canada’s inclusion in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) could provide an opportunity for US poultry producers if handled correctly by negotiators, according to industry leaders.

US farm body calls for long-term solution

US farm body calls for long-term solution

By Nicholas Robinson

The American Farm Bureau Federation has urged US senate leaders to avoid supporting any kind of “disaster bill”, calling for longer term support for livestock farmers.

Mondelez sets global chocolate vision

THE MONDELEZ SERIES – Chocolate strategy

Mondelez sets global chocolate vision

By Oliver Nieburg

Four power brands, three priority markets and two innovation platforms will drive growth for Mondelez’s chocolate segment, according to the firm’s category head.

Smithfield: sales up, profit down

Smithfield: sales up, profit down

By Ed Bedington

US meat giant Smithfield Foods has reveled steady sales, but a fall in profit for the first quarter of its 2013 financial year.

US campaigners take legal action over COOL

US campaigners take legal action over COOL

By Carina Perkins

US campaigners have filed a lawsuit in an attempt to force the government to ignore a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling that the US is violating its international trade obligations by insisting on mandatory country of origin labelling (COOL).

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