The Bulgarian Ministry of Agriculture has revealed that dairy
exports to the EU tripled in 2003 and that in the light of further
demand from the EU overall dairy production is set to increase by
50 per cent for 2004.
A new metal detector capable of picking up ferrous and
stainless-steel contamination within aluminium foil-wrapped
products has been developed. Manufactured by German technology firm
Sartorius, the product, called the Observer, could...
A large proportion of Russian sugar processors have experienced
recession over the last year - so says a survey of leading industry
figures. However, the abolition of import taxes on imported raw
sugar might make things easier in...
Millions of dollars in investment poured into a new technology may
pay off for US food manufacturer Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream Holdings.
Targeting the low-fat market, the company said that it has
developed a revolutionary "slow...
With demand outstripping global wheat stocks, currently at a 30
year low, wheat prices are in for a volatile ride in 2004.
Strategies to minimise the impact of price rises for food
processors could be rooted in risk management and...
Arla Foods is the largest company in the Danish milk sector. It has
a 93 per cent share of the market. But The Danish Business
Minister, Bendt Bendten, believes that Arla Foods should dismantle
the monopoly that it holds on the Danish...
Speciality ingredients continue to deliver improved results for
wheat-based ingredients supplier MGP Ingredients with the company
this week raising its estimated revenue for the year on the back of
higher than expected sales.
The Polish government has announced that a significant number of
the country's dairy and meat businesses are still struggling to
comply with EU regulations which have to be met by 1 May this year.
As a consequence, a series of...