A low-calorie sweetener that tastes exactly like sugar and could help control diseases like diabetes and obesity could be just round the corner, according to a new study.
Nutrinova plans to use this year's FI Europe show to highlight how new sweetener technology can make finished products healthier.
As WTO talks loom, the American sugar industry, badly hit by the recent hurricanes in the south, prepares for further hard line negotiations.
People with high fat and sugar diets increase their risk of liver problems, confirms a new study.
The USDA has increased the levels of sugar that producers are allocated to supply in a bid to avert total disaster following hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Sugar reform may yet hijack December's WTO talks as Australia, Brazil and Thailand again accuse the EU of shirking its obligations by planning to increase sugar exports by two million...
A new centre-right government in Poland is unlikely to curb the country's strong opposition to EU sugar reforms as Commission representatives look for common ground to break the 'no' camp.
Tate & Lyle's ice cream sweetening system has been named as one of the finalists at a forthcoming trade show competition, though the company may soon face a struggle to...
CSM's sugar beet processing plant in Hoogkerk, the Netherlands is now fully online following the closure of the firm's Breda factory earlier this year.
EU farm ministers met with African and Caribbean counterparts on Monday to discuss the sweeping EU sugar reform that will bring cheaper sugar ingredients into the bloc.
Oversupply of sugar in the EU and higher energy costs combine to knock profits for the year at British Sugar, its owner Associated British Foods warned today.
Refined sugar giant Imperial Sugar has announced a return to operations at its Gramercy, Louisiana plant following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina.
US sugar processor Imperial Sugar will sell subsidiary Holly Sugar Corp. as low margins coupled with high energy costs have put pressure on the company.
The Sugar Association wants the FDA to introduce more aggressive labeling regulations that would split out the different sugars and sweeteners on the nutritional facts panel, just as the labeling...
Tate & Lyle has vowed to continue to pursue its ambitious expansion plans despite warnings that proposed changes to the sugar regime could begin to affect business as soon as...
In a move to secure its supplier base for its bakery operations and expand its business, the UK's Real Good Food Company (RGFC) said yesterday it would buy Napier Brown...
Number one food enzyme supplier Novozymes likely to move production to the US and China as a result of the new EU sugar reform, the daily Berlingske Tidende reports.
The first wrangling over EU sugar reform proposals by agriculture ministers saw protests and a passionate debate in Brussels yesterday, but the opposition looks increasingly isolated, reports Chris Mercer.
Food and drink makers could soon expect cheaper sugar ingredients with Brussels expected to publish its proposals on EU sugar reform today, writes Lindsey Partos.
Industrial bakers on the hunt for a pumpable invert syrup to ease production will welcome a new launch from UK sugar firm British Sugar.
The Central America Free Trade Agreement narrowly passed its first Congressional test yesterday, but only after concessions were made to the sugar industry writes Anthony Fletcher.
American Farm Bureau Federation president Bob Stallman agues that the sugar industry is wrong to oppose the ratification of the Central American Free Trade Agreement, writes Anthony Fletcher.
The EU's Sugar Management Committee has backed a new regulation demanding that five of the new member states destroy their surplus sugar stocks or face fines, reports Chris Mercer.
Functional flavours and ingredients manufacturer Danisco, one of Europe's largest sugar suppliers, is to cease the processing of sugar beet at one of its sites in Lithuania, Tom Armitage reports.
Organic and low/no sugar are the tags food manufacturers should be looking at adding to their packaging if they want their products to enjoy strong and sustained growth, said AC...