Freshly formed Bunge-Dupont soy ingredient joint venture, The Solae
Company, is to plunge into flavors and to work on the taste of soy
protein through a new collaboration with flavor scientists at the
The €435 billion US food industry has welcomed a move by the Bush
administration to inject more cash into food security. "Both
Secretary Thompson and FDA Commissioner McClellan emphasised that
the focus of this new food security...
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...
Bone health beverages and fitness waters are at the core of new
product concepts highlighted by the health unit of agri-giant
Cargill at the upcoming Institute of Food Technologists' exhibition
this month in Chicago.
The innovative world of flavours is experiencing more rapid growth
than the overall food industry, giving fresh momentum to the
essential oils and oleoresins market, confirms a new study from
Frost & Sullivan.
Tyson Foods, America's largest provider of chicken, beef and pork, announced this week the completion of its newly expanded and upgraded laboratory in Arkansas, just south of company's world headquarters.
Good news for manufacturers of meat-free food products with
findings from a recent Food and Drink Federation survey revealing that UK
meat eaters, looking for a meat-free option, are helping to drive
the £582 million (€814m) market.
News again today on inulin with Sensus America, a subsidiary of
Dutch company Sensus, announcing that the Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) has given inulin Generally Regarded As Safe
(GRAS) status. The move could provide inulin...
Is cynicism towards biotech foods largely a European 'problem'? New
research from the US suggests that the tide could be turning with
the American consumer, traditionally more accepting of genetically
modified foods, becoming...
As the weight of obesity in western society lies, some might argue,
paradoxically side by side with our increasing desire towards all
that is 'healthy' and 'natural', does this mean we are losing sight
of the debate...