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  • 16 Feb 2016 --- In the quest for increased efficiency, a major European industrial bakery partnered with his fruit supplier to reduce production time, limit raw material loss and guarantee constant quality of his tartlets. Creativity in an industrial context with a stunning result: productivity doubled.

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  • 19 Oct 2020 --- Agrana Fruit has published its latest trend blog entitled “Act for Future,” which focuses on developing future-proof sustainability solutions. In 2019, 87 percent of consumers expected companies to invest in sustainability – 22 percent more than in the previous year, according to data from Innova Market Insights. This year, global consumers have become even more concerned about environmental issues due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Melanie Sturm, Agrana Fruit's global market & consumer insights manager, shares insights on the issues surrounding sustainability.

  • 02 Dec 2019 --- Agrana was highlighting its plant-based options at the show and how its technologies, such as High Pressure Processing (HPP), are able to mask the off-notes of plant-proteins and offer a nutritional benefit. The request for plant-based products are increasing, Michael Wieland says, and companies are seeking to offer plant-based options next to traditional ones.

  • 08 Jul 2019 --- Chr. Hansen scored an innovation prize at the IFT 2019 Food Expo. The company’s FruitMax reds are based on the Hansen sweet potato and are claimed to “deliver a red like no other.” They are minimally processed, bright, beautiful and stable plus 100 percent plant-based with no off-taste, which is often characteristic of other similar red colors coming from natural sources. They are presented as a great alternative to carmine and synthetic reds in many food and beverage products. Concepts on display included a Strawberry Lemonade Slush featuring FruitMax Red 107, with a strawberry variegate swirl coming courtesy of supplier Agrana Fruit.

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  • 11 Jul 2016 --- France's Danone is to buy WhiteWave Foods, the US organic food maker, in a $12.5bn deal including debt. The acquisition of WhiteWave, based in Colorado, marks Danone’s biggest deal in the past 10 years. The world’s biggest yogurt maker said it would pay shareholders in WhiteWave $56.25 per share in cash. Shares in WhiteWave were valued at $47.4 at the time the deal was announced, valuing the company at $8.33bn. Other companies mentioned are ABF, Agrana, Barry Callebaut and Bunge.