Latvian dairy producer Rigas Piensaimnieks has made an interesting
side-step into the world of multifunctional manufacturing in an
effort to increase its market share and maintain future growth.
Sauces and condiments will now become...
Improving the molecular structure of certain foods such as ice
cream and cocoa, can dramatically improve the taste, texture and
mouth feel of a particular product. This is something Marcos
Bobzin, Buhler's product manager for...
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...
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
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...
The success of the 'little bottle' or 'daily dose' format in the
probiotics sector is encouraging companies to launch new functional
products in the handy sized bottle, leaving out the traditional
Friesland Coberco, the multinational dairy group, saw profits and
sales depressed last year by sliding European cheese prices
exacerbated by the current review of EU subsidies to the
agricultural sector, writes Danny Vincent.
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...
European food manufacturers starting to get to grips with incoming
rules on food allergen labelling in the EU block face similar
adjustments in the US as the Senate clears new allergen laws this
week, writes Lindsey Partos.
Growing opportunities for food manufacturers in Australia may well
be rooted in innovative flavours and health ingredients, say
researchers at CSIRO on the day the Australian government earmarks
millions of dollars to invest in R&D...
International wheat, corn and soybean prices will remain high for
much of 2004, warns the US agency Fitch Ratings, with the industry
likely to see a continual shifting of higher ingredients costs onto
the food manufacturer. And it...
The reason low-carb dieters often lose weight and sometimes show
improvements in their cholesterol, blood sugars, and blood
pressures is because they are, in essence, sickened by the diet,
writes a doctor in a science journal published...