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Cargill Asia Pacific

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Cargill Asia Pacific
138 Market Street CapitaGreen #17-01
48946
Singapore

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ACTIVE CATEGORIES

bakery mixes and other bakery products; cocoa and cocoa products; fibers; flavor enhancers; hydrocolloids, stabilisers and gelling systems; soya and soya products; starch and starch products; sweeteners (non-sugar)



More than simply a food ingredients supplier, Cargill deeply understands our customers' strategies, consumers, distribution channels and competition. We deliver solutions that help the food industry and beverage manufacturers drive growth through new product innovation and reformulation. Cargill helps reduce costs through supply chain and manufacturing process efficiency and managing commodity price risk. Cargill helps our food industry and beverage manufacturing customers create unique products that fill product pipelines and reduce time-to-market by connecting our diverse food ingredients supplier capabilities — marketers, research scientist, application experts, risk managers and manufacturing process engineers — and seamlessly delivering these resources to customers. As a service and solution-oriented food ingredients supplier, our broad portfolio helps our customers address their food product development needs across the spectrum of applications and categories. Cargill helps our customers safely manufacture products every day around the world by reliably originating and distributing grain, oilseeds and other food ingredient commodities and by processing a diverse food ingredients supplier portfolio that spans core and specialty ingredients, ingredient systems and finished food systems.



Articles On FoodIngredientsFirst
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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Memphis Meats closes US$161m Series B funding round

23 Jan 2020 --- Cell-based meat, poultry and seafood company Memphis Meats has announced the close of a US$161 million funding round. This breakthrough round marks the largest funding moment in the... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Pea and canola boost: New funding expands Merit Functional Foods' disruptive plant protein technology

14 Jan 2020 --- 14 Jan 2020 ---Canada’s Merit Functional Foods, in consortium with seed processor Pitura Seeds and health brand The Winning Combination, has raised new capital to rapidly expand its ability... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Closing “the fiber gap”: Functional fiber space is ripe for innovation

06 Jan 2020 --- Fiber-rich foods are known to deliver health benefits, mainly with a pronounced focus on gut health. This is why they are popular among today’s health-conscious consumers and... Read More

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Upcycling is the new recycling: Turning coffee waste into car parts, reusing fish by-products and more

19 Dec 2019 --- Moves toward a circular food system have expanded to encompass inter-sector collaborations, as seen in McDonald’s partnership with Ford Motor Company, which plans to create... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Cargill’s pioneering app makes global commodity prices accessible 24/7

18 Dec 2019 --- Cargill’s global edible oils business is using digitalization to bring real-time data of global commodities to customers’ fingertips through the launch of MiApp, an app... Read More




Video Interviews
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"Bringing fresh ideas to market": Cargill talks sugar reduction, clean label and vegan trends during Fi Europe

Cargill’s prototypes were available for tasting at its “Food Market” during FiE in Paris last week. The company speaks with FoodIngredientsFirst about diverse application possibilities as well as clean label, sugar reduction and sustainability trends.

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Clean label starch opportunities

Cargill has expanded its SimPure line with the introduction of a new waxy corn-based starch. “The SimPure line is being launched to replace modified starches in the clean label space, while still offering a richer thicker texture that native starches cannot. Last year, we launched a potato-based line for mostly culinary and meat applications. The waxy corn-based solution opens up new application areas such as dairy and opportunities into retorted applications like canned soups and sauces,” says Shiva Elayedath at Cargill. The ingredient can still be labeled as “starch” and doesn’t have to be called “modified starch.” The company is looking to extend more into processed starches that work more in dairy and beverage.

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Innovation in steviol glycosides through fermentation

Last month, Cargill and Royal DSM formed a new sweetness joint venture known as Avansya. Together, the companies will produce highly sought-after, sweet-tasting molecules, such as steviol glycosides Reb M and Reb D through fermentation. The new venture will combine both companies’ technologies for producing steviol glycoside products made through fermentation and will market its products under one brand name, EverSweet. At BrauBeviale 2018, Frank Maus of Cargill spoke about EverSweet and potential applications for the sweetener.

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The debut of a next generation stevia solution

Cargill’s broad portfolio of sweeteners is claimed to help customers deliver “great tasting products,” whether they are taking out sugar or doing so for clean label purposes. Cargill recently introduced their EverSweet stevia extract formulation to the market. “Cargill has set a new benchmark for sweetness without calories with our EverSweet sweetener,” says Andrew Ohmes, Global Stevia Business Leader for Cargill. “Our goal has always been to address our customers’ needs to make lower-calorie products that taste great and are affordable to all.” The EverSweet sweetener is claimed to deliver the best of the same sweetness in the stevia leaf. The next-generation sweetener is promoted on the grounds of taste with up to 100 percent sugar replacement possible.

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A wide scope for ingredient innovation

“Partner for sustainable growth” was the cornerstone of Cargill’s presence at Food Ingredients Europe 2017 stand. The focal point of Cargill’s stand was an inviting “Market Plaza” where food manufacturers could interact with dedicated specialists and discover how Cargill helps fuel sustainable business growth, with various concepts on display in different application areas. Cargill targets trends that include label-friendliness, sodium and calorie reduction, cost optimization, specialized nutrition and plant-based alternatives.




Articles On The World of Food Ingredients
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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

VIEW FROM THE TOP: Julian Chase, CEO, Cargill Starches, Sweeteners and Texturizers

30 Oct 2018 --- Cargill recently revealed plans to invest US$150 million in constructing an HM pectin production facility in Brazil. The proposed project is part of a comprehensive plan to strengthen Cargill’s full pectin footprint, including improvements to its existing three plants in Europe (Germany, France and Italy) and adding a new plant in Brazil to take advantage of local resources.

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

Right back to the source

22 Jun 2018 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on the demand for traceability & sustainability. What is driving the demand for clearer labels and what role can suppliers play?

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

View From the Top: Alain Dufait, Managing Director Starches & Sweeteners Europe, Cargill

30 Nov 2017 --- For decades, Europe’s sweetener market has been dictated by the European sugar regime. This limits the production of glucose-fructose syrup (GFS) to 720,000 tons, equivalent to 5 percent of beet sugar production. In addition, while Europe protected itself from imports from non-EU countries, it was faced with a WTO export limit of 1.4 million tons of sugar.

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

Translating Key Trends Across Sweet Categories

08 Feb 2017 --- A look at trends across four key themes: Healthy, Sustainable & Clean, Premium and Indulgent.

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

Opinion Edge: How to Implement a Sustainable Strategy

23 Jun 2015 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on the implementation of traceability and sustainability. What is driving the demand for clearer labels and greater transparency and what role can ingredients suppliers play?




Podcasts
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Growth in texturizing portfolios, expansion for Cargill's pectin footprint

Cargill Starches, Sweeteners & Texturizers business is developing sustainable ingredients made from renewable sources. Cargill currently processes value-added ingredients dedicated to four major markets: food & beverage, papermaking & corrugating, pharma and animal nutrition industries. Cargill recently revealed plans to invest US$150 million in constructing a new pectin production facility in Brazil. FoodIngredientsFirst spoke with Julian Chase, President of Cargill Starches, Sweeteners and Texturizers, who discussed the recent investments for pectin in Brazil and the company's starch portfolios. 

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The end of EU sugar quotas: new starch opportunities

For decades, Europe’s sweetener market has been dictated by the European sugar regime, which limits the production of glucose-fructose syrup (isoglucose) to 720,000 tons, equivalent to 5 percent of beet sugar production. In addition, while Europe protected itself from imports from non-EU countries, it was faced with a World Trade Organization limit for exports of 1.4 million tons of sugar.Now that the European sugar regime has come to an end from October 1 this year, the picture is changing. Cargill believes this is a change with a positive impact on farmers, the industry and the consumers as well as for a sustainable, European footprint.FoodIngredientsFirst spoke to Alain Dufait, Managing Director of Starches & Sweeteners for Europe at Cargill about the ending of the sugar regime.

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WEEKLY PODCAST: The Wave of Big Mergers Across The Agrochemical Industry Could Cause Turmoil

The wave of big mergers across the agrochemical industry could cause turmoil within the companies involved and give smaller rivals a competitive advantage, according to the finance chief at Chr. Hansen. Other companies mentioned are Olam International, Cargill, Syngenta and Mondelez International. 

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WEEKLY PODCAST: Cargill to Sell its First Non-GMO Ingredients

Cargill, a passionate supporter of genetically modified crops, is to sell its first food ingredients which have been verified that they do not contain GMO's. One of the world's biggest food suppliers has made the move amid a landscape in which food makers and the public are wanting Cargill and other suppliers to provide GMO-free ingredients. The three ingredients carrying the non-GMO seal of approval are cane sugar, high oleic sunflower oil and erythritol.

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The Week in Business (15 Aug 2016)

The merger between Dow Chemical and DuPont is being investigated by EU regulators over whether it will limit competition for supplies that are crucial to Europe’s farmers. The probe could impact a series of megamergers taking place in the agrochemicals industry. Other companies mentioned are Cargill, Olam and Symrise. 




Webinars
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T For Trends Webinar

Translating 2012 Food Trends into Your Chocolate Applications




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