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The cutting edge of food

The cutting edge of food

FoodProductiondaily.com recently visited a research unit in
the south of France to find more out about the role science plays
in improving the quality of cereal-based foods. Some recent
discoveries could be of great benefit to the...

Fibre, a force for sales

Fibre, a force for sales

Canadian firm SunOpta raises the stakes for high fibre ingredients
by upping production and completing the second expansion phase at
its Minnesota plant on the back of a surge in demand from food
manufacturers.

Free-flow fluids

Free-flow fluids

Researchers at the University College of Dublin are claiming that
real time process control for food manufacturers - and more
specifically the confectionery sector - has been advanced thanks to
pioneering work into viscosity measurement...

Compact tray sealer launched

Compact tray sealer launched

UK-based equipment manufacturer Packaging Automation is set to
launch its latest tray-sealing machine at this month's Total Show.
The selling point of the Vision 400 is its small footprint, which
should appeal to operators with...

Russian quality on the up

Russian quality on the up

Quality is an issue that has plagued many food processors in Russia
over the years. But one company, Kraft Foods, claims that its
operations there - where it is a leading player in confectionery
and coffee - have witnessed tremendous...

ABF buys up edible oils

ABF buys up edible oils

Acquisitions for UK food, ingredients and retail firm Associated
British Foods are key to reducing dependency of group profits on
ABF's leading revenue source British Sugar. This week the company
signs a deal with Unilever to...

Innovation packaging

Innovation packaging

European company, Ball packaging, has developed a new can to target
fashion conscious consumers. The new can has been developed for the
growing ready to drink market.

UK to clear GM crops?

UK to clear GM crops?

Favourable news for the pro-GM camp as a team of British scientists
claims that genetically modified (GM) maize is less damaging to
wildlife than conventional varieties. At the same time, leading UK
organisations call on Tony Blair...

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