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Americas: ADM buys vanilla supplier

ADM has bought Rodelle, a premium originator, processor and supplier of vanilla products. Through the acquisition, ADM plans to offer its customers "a range of...

Europe: Cargill upgrades refining facility in Belgium

Cargill spends US$17.5 million to upgrade its refining facility in Izegem, Belgium, thereby increasing the production and supply of edible vegetable oils. The refining installation...

Americas: Cargills invests US$10M in oil bottling line

Cargill has invested more than US$10 million to install an edible oil bottling line at its Sidney, Ohio crush and refinery facility. The line delivers...

Europe: Arla builds whey centre in Denmark

Arla Foods is building an innovation centre in Nr. Vium, Denmark for scientists and innovators to discover and deliver new ways of using milk...

Europe: DSM survey finds most consumers are unaware of acrylamide

Consumers are still largely unaware of acrylamide - but those who do know something about acrylamide, know enough to be concerned, according to a...

Americas: Cargill to build US$150M plant in South America

Cargill plans to invest US$150 million to construct an HM pectin production facility in South America. HM pectin is a citrus fruit-based texturizer used...

Americas: Product innovation and variety abounds in rice and corn, report

New and emerging culinary trends in restaurants across America indicate that there’s still plenty of innovation left for 'new' ancient grains such as rice...

Europe: Germans embrace ‘flexitarianism’, finds report

Germany has retained its crown as the country with the highest percentage of global vegan food and drink launches, accounting for 15% of global...

Americas: Women who eat much fresh produce lowers breast cancer risk, study

Women who eat a high amount of fruits and vegetables each day may have a lower risk of breast cancer, especially of aggressive tumors,...

Americas: Positioning yogurt, cereals for young adults, report

With most 'breakfast believers' being either baby-boomers or families with children, companies are producing new products in an attempt to expand the market by...
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