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Americas: igus releases 3D print material for food use

The three dimensional (3D) print material iglidur I150 developed by motion plastics specialist igus has now been approved for food contact according to EU...

Asia Pacific: 3D food printing to gain prominence in region

The three dimensional (3D) food printing market is expected to be valued at US$425.0 million by 2025, growing at a compound annual growth rate...

Americas: Sig Combibloc releases low acid carton

Sig Combibloc has launched carton bottle combidome for low-acid products such as milk and plant-based dairy alternatives with US company Steuben Foods. Steuben offers premium...

Europe: DSM looks to sponsor innovative companies

DSM will hold the Innovation Partnering Conference ‘Connecting Bright Innovations 2017’ on new and innovative products and (bio)technologies that enable better food for everyone. It...

Europe: Tetra Pak serves customers with Microsoft technologies

Tetra Pak has launched a suite of new services for its customers, focusing on improving the ability to predict machine errors, accelerating response times,...

Europe: More nutrition companies use digital technology

Almost two thirds of nutrition companies are implementing new forms of technology, with around half increasing their R&D spend this year, finds new research...

Americas: 3M Food Safety’s plate gets validation

The 3M Petrifilm Lactic Acid Bacteria Count Plate has been awarded AOAC Performance-Tested Method for a variety of foods. With this award, the...

Europe: Gebo Cermex exhibits smart machines at show

Sidel's Gebo Cermex is exhibiting at interpack 2017 with a focus on smart equipment for beverage and food, home and personal care (FHPC) customers...

Americas: Palsgaard ahead of CO2-neutrality goal in Mexico

Palsgaard's Mexican branch celebrated having achieved carbon dioxide (CO2)-neutrality in 2016 recently. In 2016, the company achieved CO2-neutrality at its headquarters and largest production site...

Europe: NattoPharma, partners receive €4M research grant

NattoPharma’s International Research Network, coordinated by the Cardiovascular Research Institute at Maastricht University (CARIM), has been awarded a second prestigious grant funded by the...
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