Diversifying supplies and managing risk for the world's most
expensive, and popular, natural flavour, for the first time
ingredients giant Danisco receives a batch of sustainable organic
vanilla from an Indian monk, reports Lindsey...
People who eat wholegrain foods regularly can have a 20 to 40 per
cent lower risk of heart disease and stroke compared with those who
rarely eat wholegrain foods, according to a new review, reports
ASI Instruments has launched ShieldPoint, a series of radio
frequency capacitance switches designed for point level detection
in challenging food applications such as sticky slurries,reports
Improved blends with the high intensity sweetener Acesulfame K have
brought volume gains in the buoyant sweetener market, says
Nutrinova, the German firm that supplies the sugar-replacer under
the Sunett brand, writes Lindsey Partos.
Tanis Food Tec, an aeration equipment supplier for the bakery,
confectionery and dairy industries, claims its Temp Twin Barrel
system can crystallise trans fatty acid substitutes significantly
faster than its rivals - offering opportunities...
Swiss food giant Nestlé has boosted its Romanian production
capacity with the installation of a new chocolate wafer production
line at its Timisoara-based unit, Joe. The investment reflects the
rapid growth of the Romanian snack market,...
In light of tougher allergen label rules food makers eager to slash
the risk of potentially harmful food allergens in their product
range may welcome the expansion of its testing portfolio, says UK
laboratory Reading Scientific Services,...
The new Danish owners of Meincke, the specialist bakery and
confectionery equipment supplier, say they aim to attack a strongly
growing market for premium cakes and biscuits by unveiling new
products at the up-coming Interpack expo,...
Russia's Voronej confectionery company has revamped both the
contents and the packaging of its product range in a bid to compete
more effectively with the growing number of foreign confectionery
brands, writes Angela Drujinina.
Sales and consumer awareness of sweetener from UK manufacturer Tate
& Lyle look set to rise as number one global soft drinks player
launches a new version of Diet Coke, complete with Splenda
sucralose logo on the packaging, writes...
Pursuit Dynamics has launched PDX Sonic 25 - a self contained,
fully integrated processing system that has the potential to reduce
cooking times by up to 95 per cent and reduce cleaning times by 80
US sweetener company zuChem will launch its initial mannitol
product in the first quarter of 2005 on the back of the FDA's
recent amendment to its legislation governing the sweetener,
reports Philippa Nuttall.
A Tetra Pak subsidiary has found a dipping and coating solution for
novelty ice creams, which it hopes will eliminate sub-standard ice
cream coatings - welcome news for ice cream manufacturers seeking
to satisfy the quality-conscious...
Opportunities for suppliers and users of low-calorie bulk sweetener
erythritol open up as Canada clears approval for inclusion of this
natural sweetener in a range of food formulations from cream
fillings to chewing gum.
A new machine designed to decorate bakery and confectionery
products with up to 150 different items has been launched by
Russia's Ekma-Konfi engineering group. The versatility, reliability
and cost effectiveness of the technology...
Leading Swiss chocolate manufacturer Chocolat Frey has installed a
high-speed robotic packaging line, as part of an ongoing attempt to
consolidate product quality and productivity amidst a declining
Swiss chocolate market, Tom Armitage...
Elizabeth Shaw, the UK confectioner, is set to exploit the
burgeoning trend for luxury chocolates, launching a revamped
packaging line in time to penetrate the lucrative Christmas market,
Tom Armitage reports.
Elenka, an Italian manufacturer of hand-made ingredients for the
confectionery, dairy and bakery industries, has invested in new
production technology from Germany's F.B.Lehmann to help counter
fat separation and improve the...