ADM Showcases Edible Oil Packaging Solutions’

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27 Feb 2017 --- Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) will be showcasing their enhanced portfolio of edible oils from a variety of sources, including rapeseed, soybean, corn, sunflower and specific blends in a large range of packaging formats to suit customer needs at Gulfood 2017. 

With increasing global demand for edible oils from developing regions, and growing competition in developed markets, ADM are partnering with its customers to deliver high-quality products to food manufacturers, bottled oil retailers, food service, feed customers and distributors across the world. 

From 1 liter PET bottle to 24’000 liter flexi-bags
In addition to providing an extensive range of oils, ADM’s capabilities extend into offering tailored packaging solutions. Whether it’s a 1 liter PET bottle for a consumer’s cupboard, intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) or flexi-bags for larger requests, ADM has a wide range of options to meet its customers’ varied needs, including blending capabilities. These solutions will be on display at Gulfood with the ADM experts on hand to help customers find the right option for them.

Managing the supply chain Click to Enlarge
Rising regulatory controls and a greater consumer demand for transparency has put pressure on the industry as a whole. ADM’s EU-based crushing, refining, blending and bottling capabilities ensure superior supply chain control to result in a high quality product. As one of the world’s premier agricultural processors and food ingredient providers, ADM’s supply chain expertise provides its customers with peace of mind.

Danny Droog, Export Manager, stated: “At ADM we pride ourselves on being the ideal partner for our customers, delivering high-quality products and innovative solutions. At this year’s Gulfood exhibition we will be showcasing our full portfolio of oils, from corn to sunflower, alongside an extensive range of packaging options.”

Providing a prime location
To meet the growing demand from consumers for edible oils and fats, retailers require a reliable supply. ADM’s facility, located in the port of Antwerp, combined with ADM’s global network, provides efficient and flexible shipping across the world. This ensures that ADM can supply its high-quality product range to its customers. 

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About WILD Flavors & Specialty Ingredients

ADM’s WILD Flavors & Specialty Ingredients business unit, or WFSI, offers a comprehensive portfolio of ingredients to help customers deliver products that address taste, texture, nutrition and function. That portfolio also includes a wide range of proteins, lecithins, colors and flavors, edible beans and related ingredients, hydrocolloids, polyols, soluble fiber products and other ingredients.

About ADM

For more than a century, the people of Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) have transformed crops into products that serve the vital needs of a growing world. Today, we’re one of the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient providers, with more than 32,300 employees serving customers in more than 160 countries. With a global value chain that includes 428 crop procurement locations, 280 ingredient manufacturing facilities, 39 innovation centers and the world’s premier crop transportation network, we connect the harvest to the home, making products for food, animal feed, industrial and energy uses. Learn more at www.adm.com 

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