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World: Processing machinery market to sustain growth, analyst

The global market for food and beverage processing machinery was estimated at US$46.2 billion in 2016. It is forecast to grow at a compound...

Asia Pacific: Ajinomoto, Nong Shim open noodle company

Ajinomoto and Nongshim will set up a production company for dry soups through a joint venture with KRW 13 billion (US$12.14 million). Ajinomoto will own...

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...

Asia Pacific: UPM Raflatac’s recycling concept launches in China

UPM Raflatac has launched its RafCycle recycling solution in China. The first RafCycle partner certificate in China was awarded to Hangzhou Changli, which is a...

Asia Pacific: Sino-Pack 2018 opens in March

Packaging shows Sino-Pack 2018 and PACKINNO 2018 will be held in Guangzhou, China on March 10-12 with more than 680 exhibitors from 22 countries...

Asia Pacific: Vietnam sells state-owned beer companies, report

The Vietnamese government’s sale of a majority share in the two largest state-run breweries offers foreign brewers to take a stake in the country's...

Asia Pacific: Vessel designs of steam peeling solutions, tna

tna expands its range of Florigo ultra-peel 3 steam peeling solutions for potatoes, baby carrots and other vegetables. The range has three steam vessel designs...

Asia Pacific: Researchers create an alcoholic beverage from soy

A research team from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has successfully turned tofu whey, a liquid that is generated from the production of...

Asia Pacific: Tate & Lyle triples site capacity in China

Tate & Lyle's STA-Lite polydextrose facility in Nantong, Jiangsu Province, China has completed its expansion and upgrades and it is now on line. This expansion...

Asia Pacific: Cargill invests US$240M in India

Cargill will invest US$240 million in India over the next five years in its core businesses including, edible oil, cocoa and chocolates, starches and...
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