Suedsucker's remains confident about the EU sugar industry's future, as its first quarter interim report, published today, revealed.
Thailand's food makers could enjoy lower palm oil prices this year, with domestic production expected to increase by around a third.
The chairman of Kraft Foods, the world's second biggest food company, Roger Deromedi, has launched an attack on EU and US trade barriers that are driving up the price of...
Sugar prices on China's futures market fell sharply this week as the government announced that it would auction 552,000 tons, mostly from its reserve stocks, to stabilise prices.
The Chinese government expects more than 150 small sugar mills to be faced with bankruptcy in the near future, according to a new report.
Agrana, which claims to be the leading sugar and starch producer in Central and Eastern Europe, plans to expand its activities towards the Western Balkans.
Japanese scientists have reported that monoacyl sugar alcohols could be 'very promising emulsifiers' and could offer an alternative to the widely used monoacyl glycerols.
Tate & Lyle's full year profit fell by 79 per cent to £ 42m due largely to reform of the European sugar market.
ABF's offer to acquire 51 per cent of Illovo, Africa's largest sugar producer, underlines how the new EU sugar regime has forced European sugar producers to think truly globally.
Australian food and beverage makers face another year of tax on sugar but some further tax deductions when buying machinery, shows the new budget.
Agribusiness giant Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) is to build a new US cocoa processing facility in a move designed to meet growing demand for its cocoa ingredients.
China's production of starch-based sweeteners is expected to grow by 20 per cent in the coming year, as high sugar prices make them more competitive.
Dalian Commodity Exchange, China's largest futures exchange by volume, is considering introducing palm oil futures, allowing food processors to hedge risks on the increasingly used ingredient.
Construction of a million-tonne state-of-the-art sugar refinery in Syria is set to begin next week.
A federal court has dismissed a lawsuit brought by McNeil Nutritionals, the marketer of Splenda, against the Sugar Association, accusing it of false advertising.
Food and beverage firms making premium products will cope best with the current surge in price of both Chinese and imported sugar, with higher margins to cover the rise in...
Greencore, the ingredients and food service group, said EU sugar reform would force it to pull out of the sugar sector this year, effectively spelling the end of sugar processing...
Danisco says that the finalisation of the new EU sugar regime and the recently announced transitional measures will not affect the firm's planned efficiency drive.
The EC's proposal for a one-year cut of 2.5 million tonnes (13.6 per cent) in sugar, isoglucose and inulin syrup production has been accepted.
The European Commission argues that quotas will have to be cut for the 2006/07 marketing year to prevent a serious oversupply of sugar.
Thousands of confectionery industry jobs have been lost as a result of manufacturers relocating due to high sugar prices, according to the US Department of Commerce.
Soaring sugar prices are set to continue with supplies remaining tight, despite increased production, according to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The slow nature of EU sugar regime reform should enable European producers to offset the worst effects, according to a new credit rating report.
Researchers at Penn State university remain open to the question over whether sugar is an addictive substance or not.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced it will allow extra sugar imports into the country in an effort to prevent market shortages after hurricane damage to sugarcane crops,...