These are all the posts that have been tagged with brazil.
Correlating with new reports that Brazil exported more chicken than ever in August, the latest Recall Index from Stericycle Expert Solutions reveals that recalls of chicken and other poultry meats in Q3 in Europe were higher than any other food category for the second quarter in a row, and Brazil was the top country of origin.
Tomra Sorting Food has launched its Portuguese website which provides an online resource for its Portuguese-speaking customers. The new website, which can be found at https://www.tomra.com/pt/food, provides visitors with an insight into Tomra’s latest news, product innovations and event updates. Users can also download Portuguese-language product brochures via the site’s online download center and watch […]
Last year, the largest contributor to chocolate NPD was seasonal launches, accounting for 25 per cent. More than one quarter of those seasonal launches (28 per cent) were positioned for Easter, highlighting the popularity of chocolate eggs and bunnies – I certainly indulged in some Easter chocolate over the weekend, and I’m sure many of you did the same.
In a cross sector act of cooperation, signatories from 35 representative bodies in the UK food and drink supply chain have signed an open letter calling on the government to make an early agreement on future trade with the Republic of Ireland as the United Kingdom leaves the European Union.
Fresh and frozen fruit and veg specialist Greenyard Frozen, formerly Pinguin Foods, has received a charity voucher worth €3,500 after winning a competition held by Tomra Sorting Food.
Following the UK’s EU referendum vote, 61% of international business leaders say it won’t have any impact on the way they do business with UK entrepreneurs, according to new Barclays research.
The market for 100% juice should return to growth despite global economic slowdown and the recent debate around sugar, finds Tetra Pak’s 100% Juice Index report.
The global poultry industry is on the road to recovery, according to Rabobank’s Global Poultry Quarterly for Q3 2016.
The global savoury snacks market will rise from €83.9 billion in 2015 to €122.7 billion by 2020, according to Canadean.
The shortlist for this year’s Food and Drink Federation (FDF) Awards has been announced, following much deliberation by a judging panel comprised of industry experts and sponsors.
The global dairy and soy food market will rise from $617.9 billion in 2015 to $773.4 billion by 2020, predicts Canadean.
Global snacks growth slowed to its lowest level since 2008 last year, with confectionery rising by the smallest amount at 1%, new research shows.
EHL Ingredients has launched a new spicy Brazilian ingredient blend to celebrate the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Emma Woods discusses the rise and demand of ‘healthier’ cooking oils and the challenges that manufacturers could face if the trend continues
Ball Corporation has announced it and Rexam have entered into an agreement with Ardagh Group.