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09 May 2022
--- The UK is showing recovery from supply chain and COVID-19 pandemic-related obstacles by expanding to non-EU international markets. According to the Food & Drink Federation (FDF), companies are taking advantage of the... Read More
04 May 2022
--- As the war in Ukraine rages on, major Western companies are coming under increasing scrutiny for continuing business dealings with Russia despite the raising of sanctions and divestments by governments and industry... Read More
15 Apr 2022
--- EU officials are working with the UN’s World Food Programme (WFP) to counter the growing impact of ingredient and fertilizer shortages in vulnerable areas like the MENA region and Balkans – something blamed on... Read More
12 Apr 2022
--- Ingredients specialist Loryma has expanded its range of functional extrudates that optimize the nutritional values and mouthfeel of sports nutrition, snack and convenience applications.
08 Apr 2022
--- Food ingredient prices are predicted to continue rising globally throughout 2022, with many experts warning of knock-on consequences of famine, political turmoil, social unrest and economic recession. The Russian invasion of... Read More
17 Mar 2022
--- The plant-based market has transitioned from trend to full-blown food revolution, with grains and cereals taking a prominent position in the development of plant-based food and beverages. Glanbia Ireland, while known for... Read More
11 Mar 2022
--- The Middle East is facing severe food shortages due to the war in Ukraine, which could spill into fresh conflict and uprisings, warns the UN’s World Food Program (WFP). Much of the region relies on imported grains... Read More
04 Mar 2022
--- As the Russian offensive on Ukraine gains momentum, the impact on people and businesses alike continues to worsen. Reports of baby food shortages have already emerged with pleas for help, while numerous companies in Ukraine... Read More
01 Mar 2022
--- Gold Coast Ingredients has unveiled a new range of flavor trifectas dubbed Cookies, Cream and Things for a vast range of F&B and nutraceutical applications. The flavor line taps into consumers’ nostalgic love for... Read More
28 Feb 2022
--- With a major corporate reorganization in view, Olam Group reports “record” performance in fiscal 2021. With Ukrainian fighters battling Russian troops, the global agri-food heavyweight has disclosed that it has... Read More
25 Feb 2022
--- Dutch chicory root producer Sensus unveils its new Cosun strategy “Unlock 25.” It will expand its chicory root fiber manufacturing capacity and rise to growing consumer demand for health and wellness-inspired... Read More
18 Feb 2022
--- As Western leaders fear an imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine and a return to “Cold War” diplomacy, agricultural analysts are warning of the severe impact that war and economic sanctions could have on the... Read More
10 Feb 2022
--- Growing consumer awareness is driving reformulation with fiber at its core. Though there is greater understanding of the health benefits associated with fiber, consumers still struggle to meet their daily intake. In light of... Read More
27 Jan 2022
--- Viterra has entered a stock purchase agreement with Marubeni America Corporation to acquire the grain and ingredients business of Gavilon Agriculture Investment.
24 Jan 2022
--- Food prices are surging globally, with some countries – like the UK – reporting the highest inflation levels in 30 years. Consumers and small businesses are feeling extreme pressure as costs soar beyond their... Read More
05 Jan 2022
--- Incorporating BlackGrain in vegetable applications has proven complicated until now with Finnish food industry company Apetit going into small scale production of its rapeseed-based plant protein, “BlackGrain in Yellow... Read More
03 Jan 2022
--- The Nutri-Score of 6,000 of Albert Heijn’s (AH) own brand products are now visible on electronic price tags and their food choice logo is displayed on products in an app and online, in efforts to help customers make... Read More
16 Dec 2021
--- John Innes Centre researchers are seeking consent to conduct a field trial of genetically modified (GM) wheat based on the TaVIT2 gene, which encodes an iron transporter in the crop.
15 Dec 2021
--- Researchers from the University of Westminster discovered menus that are 75% vegetarian is the tipping point that prompts people who eat meat to opt for plant-based meals.
08 Dec 2021
--- The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is calling on food sectors to take action and manage practices that incorporate plastic, following the release of a new report on plastic contamination in... Read More
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