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Steady growth for Novozymes

Steady growth for Novozymes

Danish enzyme group Novozymes this week reported continued business
growth for the first half of 2002 with an increase in the net
turnover of 8 per cent to DKK 2,715 million (€29.2m) compared to
DKK 2,508 million for the sameperiod...

Profit leap for Burns Philp

Profit leap for Burns Philp

Australian yeast and natural ingredients company Burns Philp this
week reported a healthy 65 per cent jump in net profit to A$146.2
million (€80m) for the fiscal year ended 30 June 2002, despite a
drop of 2.1 per cent in sales to...

Dairy training

Dairy training

Twelve people from five countries have been in Harbin attending a
technical training program on processing dairy products.

Scandal hits Yakult

Scandal hits Yakult

Shares in functional drink giant Yakult Honsha on Monday dropped
sharply after a local weekend report that the Japanese beverage
maker had paid off a suspected racketeer, reports Dow Jones.

Novel food application

Novel food application

Signs that the functional food market is gaining ground were
revealed this week when the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA)
announced it is considering a 'novel food' application by a food
manufacturer to market 'milk and...

Ajinomoto invests in R&D

Ajinomoto invests in R&D

Japanese ingredients company Ajinomoto is to open two new food
research and development centres in China and the United States.
The centres are positioned as branches of the company's existing
Food Research and Development Laboratories.

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