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BASF SE

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BASF SE
Chemiestrasse 22
Lampertheim
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chemicals - miscellaneous; minerals and food supplements; vitamins


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BASF Human Nutrition is a global food and health ingredients supplier. Through our high quality and wide ingredient portfolio, we provide the right nutrients to the right people at the right time. Our health ingredients are based on a combination of scientific approach, technical and application expertise that contribute to leading healthy and active lifestyles. Our product range comprise vitamins and carotenoids, plant sterols, lutein, omega-3 fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acid for use in dietary supplements, functional foods and as colorants for food and beverages. Furthermore, we offer a comprehensive food performance ingredient portfolio which include emulsifiers, aerating systems and whipping agents that enhance the texture and taste of baked goods and desserts. For more information, visit www.basf.com/human-nutrition



Articles On Food Ingredients First
A variety of fresh fruits labeled as GMO.

REGULATORY NEWS

Farmers divided on New Genomic Techniques as European Parliament favors deregulation

08 Feb 2024 --- A rift in public opinions has split farmers following the European Parliament’s recent vote on a sweeping proposal to deregulate “New Genomic Techniques” (NGTs).... Read More

Chef cooking in kitchen.

REGULATORY NEWS

Cooking up a storm? Belgian restaurants warn “new GMO” deregulation undermines culinary integrity

05 Feb 2024 --- Belgian cooks are urging EU decision-makers to reject the deregulation of New Genomic Techniques (NGTs) in agriculture because they claim these “next-gen” genetically... Read More

A tetra pak carton of Oatly drink and a hand holding an ice cream cone.

FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Beyond The Headlines: Danone bolsters probiotic research, Oatly unveils non-dairy frozen range

26 Jan 2024 --- In this week’s industry news, Danone announced annual fellowship grants to graduate students for gut microbiome, yogurt and probiotic studies, while C16 Biosciences snapped up... Read More

European Parliament.

REGULATORY NEWS

IFOAM Organics Europe calls for NGT farming vote delay amid “unsolved issues”

25 Jan 2024 --- IFOAM Organics Europe, an umbrella organization for organic food and farming, warns that many issues around New Genomic Techniques (NGTs) remain unsolved after the European... Read More

Soy based products on a wooden platter.

FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Beyond The Headlines: Azelis inks deal with Soy Austria, Tyson expands poultry business

01 Dec 2023 --- In this week’s industry news, Azelis announced a new partnership with Soy Austria. Also, Tyson Foods unveiled an innovative, fully-cooked food production plant in Virginia,... Read More




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Inside the Cognis Integration Process

23 May 2011 --- Edward Gallagher of BASF Takes us Inside the Cognis Integration Process.




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WEEKLY PODCAST: The Soda Tax in Philadelphia Has Come Into Effect and Has Been Met With A Mixed Response

04 Jan 2017 --- The soda tax in Philadelphia came into effect on January 1 and has increased the cost of soda, and omany ther beverages by 1.5 cent-per-ounce. The new tax has been met with a mixed response. Although there is large support from health advocates, local authorities and some consumers, others are against the levy, including the American Beverage Association which was part of a legal challenge to stop the tax coming into force. Other companies mentioed are BASF, Palsgaard and Barry Callebaut. 

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WEEKLY PODCAST: Brexit Needs to Take “Shape” and “Form”, Says Nestlé Boss

23 Oct 2016 --- Nestlé chief executive Paul Bulcke stated that Brexit needed to take “shape” and “form” before the food giant would make any decision on its investment in the UK while saying the likelihood of a pricing spat would be down to individual markets. Nestlé cut its forecast for the year, saying that its full-year rise in sales would now be 3.5 percent, down from its previous forecast of 4.2 percent, amid price deflation in Europe and the US and a slowdown in growth in emerging markets. Other companies mentioned are Corbion, Chaucer, ADM and Danone. 




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