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Europe: Lyckeby products expand footprint with Ingredion

Ingredion and Lyckeby are collaborating to ensure food producers in countries across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia-Pacific (APAC) have improved access...

Americas: Chilled dairy alternatives threatens traditional products

There’s a battle brewing in the food and beverage industry, a regulatory skirmish in both Europe and the United States over dairy alternative marketers’...

Asia Pacific: Frieslandcampina Asia lauded for sustainable effort

FrieslandCampina received an award at the Sustainable Business Awards (SBA) Singapore 2017 for its excellence in supply chain management. The Awards recognizes organizations who see...

Europe: Ajinomoto expands in France with acquisition

Ajinomoto Foods Europe (AFE) will acquire French company Labeyrie Traiteur Surgelés S.A.S. (LTS) to expand and enhance its business platform for frozen foods in...

Europe: Free-from pasta products on the rise

Consumers shopping habits are evolving more and more towards free-form and healthy food options, including ready meals with pasta as well as frozen pasta...

Europe: Key Technology releases digital sorter for high throughput

Key Technology releases digital sorter Veryx C70 for low- to mid-capacity production lines. The Veryx sorters maximize the accuracy of defect and foreign material...

Americas: ADM subsidiary expands facility

Golden Peanut and Tree Nuts, a subsidiary of Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM), is investing in its third expansion project at the company’s production...

Americas: Amazon to acquire Whole Foods Market

Under a definitive merger agreement under which Amazon will acquire Whole Foods Market for US$42 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately...

Americas: Nestlé buys DTC healthy prepared meals company

Nestlé USA has acquired a minority interest in Freshly, a provider of direct-to-consumer (DTC) healthy prepared meals, which currently supplies consumers in 28 US...

Asia Pacific: IP sells foodservice business in China

International Paper (IP) will sell its foodservice business in China to Huhtamaki Hong Kong Limited, consisting of two plants and 200 employees.  The transaction...
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