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SupplySide China 2018

SupplySide China 2018 will be held at Area B, China Import and Export Fair Complex on 28 – 30 June, 2018 in Guangzhou. By...

Americas: Cargill releases canola oil with lowest saturated fat

Cargill has introduced the lowest saturated fat, high oleic canola oil available to commercial food customers worldwide. The oil is made from a canola...

Asia Pacific: Blueberry vinegar could boost brain health in mice

Blueberry vinegar could restore cognitive function in mice, according to a report in American Chemical Society's Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Recent studies have...

Middle East: Tomatoes seen as healthy, survey

Tomatoes have a powerful association with health and are seen as the star ingredient of the Mediterranean Diet, according to a survey by Lyocred...

Europe: Industry hopeful over novel foods approval process, survey

Many people working in the nutrition industry feel positive about the EU’s new process for the approval of novel foods, new research by the...

Americas: DSM seeks promising businesses for investment, partnership

DSM will hold a conference in April 15-17, 2018 to explore business collaborations and investment opportunities with entrepreneurs and innovators looking for financing and...

Europe: ADM brings protein concentrates to show

Archer Daniels Midland Company will present wheat protein concentrates Nutriance to Fi Europe 2017 for clean label solutions. The range delivers 85% protein and has...

Americas: Ajinomoto acquires medical foods company

Ajinomoto North America, Inc. (AJINA) has acquired US medical foods company Cambrooke Therapeutics for about US$64 million, and made it a wholly owned subsidiary. Founded...

Americas: Consumers are confused about whole grain, report

A study of over 16,000 people across the globe by Nestlé Breakfast Cereals reveals that there is significant confusion over how much whole grain...

Americas: The young still like their sweet drinks, report

Although children and adults drank less sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) from 2003 and 2014, researchers find consumption remains high among adolescents and young adults, and...