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Asia Pacific: tna upgrades starch handling machine

tna has upgraded its flagship NID M3000 mogul to where any internal parts of the feeder and stacker that are in regular contact with...

7th Starch World Asia

Encouraged by the success of all the past six editions of Starch World Asia, CMT will host the new 7th Starch World Asia from...

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...

2nd Starch World Europe

CMT’s Starch World began in Asia, and has today moved to the Middle East, Europe and recently, the Americas. The new 2nd Starch World...

Europe: Tate & Lyle expands maltodextrin plant

Tate & Lyle plans to more than double capacity of its non-GMO Maltosweet Maltodextrin product line at its facility in Boleraz, Slovakia. This...

Americas: Cargill releases native starches

Cargill launches a portfolio of functional native starches under the new SimPure. The first product in the SimPure portfolio, SimPure 99560, was created for use...

Asia Pacific: Ingredion introduces tapioca flours for clean label

Ingredion launches Homecraft Create multifunctional tapioca flours. The flours, which will be introduced in phases globally, provide exceptional flavour release and enhanced, creamy textures...

Asia Pacific: More Indonesians shy away from rice, report

While Indonesia has long been recognized as a rice-eating nation, Mintel research finds the local retail rice market is experiencing slowing growth. According to Mintel...

Europe: Lyckeby products expand footprint with Ingredion

Ingredion and Lyckeby are collaborating to ensure food producers in countries across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia-Pacific (APAC) have improved access...

Europe: More Italians are ‘pasta-phobic’ for better health, report

Sales of pasta in Italy had a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of -2% between 2011 and 2015, with sales falling to 908,100 tons...