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Americas: Yogurt maker upgrades plant with US$14.4M

Ultima Foods is investing US$14.4 million to install a new drinkable yogurt production line and optimize operations at its Granby, Canadian plant. The yogurt...

Asia Pacific: Most Japanese make purchase decisions based on on-pack health claims, DuPont tells...

Food products containing Bifidobacterium lactis HN019 from the DuPont Danisco range have been recorded with the Consumer Affairs Agency, Government of Japan, for Food...

Asia Pacific: Fonterra site to boost capacity with US$20M

Fonterra will invest almost US$20 million at its Te Rapa site in New Zealand to meet growing demand for cream cheese and mini-dish butter. Robert...

Europe: Cargill releases seaweed for texturizing solutions

Cargill releases the Satiagel ADG 0220 Seabrid using a type of carrageenan extract. Derived wholly from cultivated seaweed via a new technology, Seabrid carrageenan...

Europe: Arla opens innovation center in Denmark

Arla opens its global innovation center in Aarhus, Denmark to help in achieving the company's UK Strategy 2020 that aims to make Arla a...

Americas: Dannon offers healthier food

The Dannon Company has met and in some cases surpassed its commitment to the Partnership for a Healthier America by improving the nutrient profile...

Asia Pacific: 75% of Chinese babies drink organic IMF, report

China’s infant milk formula (IMF) market is poised for impressive growth in the next five years as a result of the new 'two-child' national...

Asia Pacific: Fonterra opens upgraded Malaysian dairy plant

Fonterra has reopened the doors to its milk powder manufacturing plant in Malaysia following a NZ$7 million (US$4.85 million) investment to boost manufacturing efficiencies. The...

Americas: Kerry Group funds pilot project to feed school children

Kerry Group will contribute US$750,000 and technical support to pilot a three-year program called Project Leche in Honduras, Central America. This initiative is part of a...

Europe: Arla invests €12M in Danish facility

Arla is investing €12 million (US$13.09 million) to upgrade its AKAFA site in Northern Denmark. The upgrade will allow Arla to add infant milk formula...
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