New Zealand dairy giant Fonterrra has outlined ambitions to tap in
on anticipated growth in demand for dairy imports to China.
Speaking at a conference in Auckland today CEO Andrew Ferrier said
that the country represented 'considerable...
Following approval in Australia and New Zealand for the
increasingly popular low-cal, prebiotic sweetener tagatose,
licensee Arla Food Ingredients has farmed out the rights for
distribution for the two countries to fellow ingredients...
Number one global xanthan gum supplier CP Kelco is on the auction
block as majority stakeholder merchant bank Lehman Brothers opts to
sell its slice in the leading hydrocolloid company, reports
UK industrial baker Warburtons has installed Lock CK1500
doughweighers at its Glasgow and Wakefield production plants with
the aim of increasing productivity and reducing costs by
eliminating product inconsistencies and minimising...
Long term investments in added-value products contributed to
British starch group Tate & Lyle's end of year results with
strong US performance offsetting squeezed margins due to surging
raw material prices. A lift in demand...
Buhler has developed a comprehensive software package to help
manufacturers better maintain their production plants. The company
argues that in the long term, good planning and predictive
maintenance is much less expensive than poorly...
InfoLogix has launched one of the first available wireless,
full-function, RFID computer. This intelligent device enables RFID
automation throughout the supply chain, including optimisation of
RFID read/write applications on forklifts,...
French starch supplier Cerestar, a subsidiary of US agri-giant
Cargill, will tackle the stagnant European bakery market rolling
out a new generation of cold water swelling starches targeted at
bakery products with fruit, cream or...
New research from the UK's Consumers' Association has exposed huge
variations in the amount of salt and fat found in different
versions of five popular ready made foods, with some products
containing as much as three...