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DuPont Nutrition & Health is expanding its R&D team by creating what it’s calling a ‘clean label hub’ at its Brabrand facility in Germany.
Healthy and well-balanced diets have been a constant hit for many years. More consumers are paying attention to a health-conscious diet and increasingly resorting to products with as little sugar as possible.
Cargill has announced that it is to invest $150 million in an HM pectin production facility in South America. HM pectin is a citrus fruit-based texturiser used for jams, beverages/juices, acid dairy drinks and confectionery.
At the Fachpack exhibition (25-27 September in Nuremberg, Germany) UV system manufacturer IST Metz will be presenting a product portfolio of UV lamp and LED solutions for the finishing of packaging.
The three public authorities in Germany (Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food), in Austria (Agrarmarkt Austria) and in France (FranceAgriMer) have jointly analysed the markets for milk in 2017.
While many have bemoaned this summer’s spectacular Europe-wide heatwave (I’m not one of them, I hasten to add) not everyone is struggling in the sun.
The level of vegan based food launches has more than doubled over the past five years, according to latest international research.
Celebrating four decades of manufacturing printing and coding solutions, Domino Printing Sciences recently hosted an event at its UK headquarters to thank staff for their contribution to the company’s ongoing success.
Here is your weekly round-up of packaging news. Next week’s round-up will focus on processing news.
Ball Corporation has collaborated with Attila Hildmann Empire GmbH to produce a new range of cans for its organic drink Daisho.
Arla Foods Germany is the first company to opt for the Signature Pack from SIG – an aseptic carton pack that is linked to plant-based renewable material.
Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news.
Biscuit International has acquired Northumbrian Fine Foods (NFF), the UK-based gluten and milk-free biscuit manufacturer, from CriSeren Foods.
A scientific study by professor Daniel König and his team at the Department of Sports and Sport Sciences of the University of Freiburg, Germany, has shown that with a pre-load of Palatinose endurance athletes “maintained a more stable blood glucose profile and higher fat oxidation, which resulted in improved cycling performance compared with maltodextrin.”