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Europe: Investing in the baby food market, DMK walks the talk

DMK Group has converted the former DMK dairy plant in Str├╝ckhausen in Wesermarsch, Germany, into a baby food production facility.

Europe: Researchers to extract protein from grass for human consumption

In a project headed by DTU Food, researchers and companies are working together to find a profitable way to extract protein from grass and...

Europe: JBT releases dryer for spiral freezers

JBT Corporation launches the LVS QuickDry that dries industrial spiral freezers after cleaning fast. It makes use of a patented system of condensation cycles to...

Americas: Researchers find large food portion sizes prevail in five countries studied

A new multi-country study finds that large, high-calorie portion sizes in fast food and full service restaurants is not a problem unique to the...

Asia Pacific: Smart labels indicate freshness of food, says Advanta

You have just received a notification on your smart phone, informing you that the bottle of wine you have bought in the afternoon is...

Europe: Optimizing plant performance with new service, Tetra Pak

The newly launched Tetra Pak Plant Secure is a total plant management service that is poised to boost customer profitability. Ian Hughes, director service operations,...

Europe: Consumers still like things sweet, report

Across the 10 highest consuming nations for both sugar confectionery and gum, consumption is increasing, with compound annual growth rates ranging from 0.5 percent...

Europe: share sells bottled water in recycled PET

Berlin startup share is the first beverage producer in Germany to sell its water in PET bottles made of 100% recyclate. KHS Group's Bottles...

Europe: Blendhub, Ambrosus partner on cloud-based traceability

Blendhub and Ambrosus are working to implement a cloud-based track-and-trace system for transparency along the supply chain of powder-based foods. For the partnership, Blendhub will...

Europe: Austrian coffee roaster uses green coffee capsules

Active packaging manufacturer Alpla and materials manufacturer Golden Compound have launched a biodegradable coffee capsule that can be disposed of in a home compost. The...
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