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Americas: Junk food may not be the prime causes for obesity, say researchers

Indulgences like sodas and junk foods have long been blamed as the prime culprits responsible for worrying obesity trends across the US. New analysis by two...

Asia Pacific: KHS filling system delivered to China’s Tsingtao

KHS has delivered a turnkey filling line for big cans to China for the first time. To meet the growing demand on the Chinese...

Asia Pacific: Fonterra, Beingmate form Australian JV

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited and the Board of Beingmate Baby and Child Food Company will form a joint venture (JV) to purchase the Co-operative’s...

World: Global aseptic packaging to grow 24% by 2020, finds report

The world market for aseptically packed products amounted to over 140 billion liters in 330 billion packs during 2014, according to the new Global...

Americas: US’ Open Mike beer cans use Crown’s 360 End Technology

Mike Hess Brewing (MHB) introduces its Open Mike beer can, featuring Crown Holdings’s patented 360 End technology. A simple pull tab removes the entire...

Europe: Rowse Honey uses bottle design from M&H Plastics

M&H Plastics has produced a bespoke sample bottle for Rowse Honey's range of flavored honey. The 28g polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles feature branded, tamper-evident closures...

World: Barry Callebaut buys Ghana company

Barry Callebaut acquires Nyonkopa Cocoa Buying Company Limited in Ghana. Nyonkopa is among the top 10 private Licensed Buying Companies in Ghana authorized by...

Europe: Give Germans reasons to treat themselves, finds report

Germany’s bakery and cereals market – with a volume of 6.4 billion kg and a value of US$25.9 billion in 2014 – is forecast...

Americas: New sealant films for non-retort pouch lamination

Toray Plastics (America) releases the TreaTear LT Series of linear-tear, polyproypylene sealant films for non-retort pouch lamination, including stand-up pouches, requiring a low seal...

World: Gulfood Manufacturing 2015 readies F&B industry to meet market demand

The Economist Intelligence Unit forecasts food imports by the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf forecast to reach US$ 53.1 billion...

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