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  eu labelling could be seen as a trade barrier  

european food labelling must be honest and informative to consumers while not unfairly penalising suppliers from countries outside the eu, robert madelin, director general of the european commission’s health directorate dg sanco, has argued. speaking at the launch of the food standards agency’s (fsa’s) five-year science and evidence strategy in london last week, madelin warned that there were dangers that the imposition of eu-wide labelling systems could be perceived to be imposing a barrier to free trade. “the jury is out and this debate is going on across europe, trying to work out what will give both the most competitiveness and growth in the food chain and what will give customers what they want,” he said. “and there is a big philosophical difference between saying how a legal system across europe makes the food safe and the desire to go beyond that and sell something better.” madelin added: “if we say europe is a global player – a global partner – it ill becomes us to allow in our market the unilateral setting of private standards, which the poor farmer in the côte d’ivoire thinks is cheating him of a good deal.”


    Source :foodnavigator.com     Date : 1  March   2010    Category : Impression And Package Service


industry committed to waste management

the federal government’s support for a cost-benefit analysis to develop australia’s waste management policies has been welcomed by the australian food and grocery council (afgc). the government has agreed to a “rigorous” cost-benefit analysis for waste strategies and highlighted the important role to be played by the strengthened industry and government partnership called the australian packaging covenant. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 1 March 2010   Category : Rest
woolworths plans price offensive

supermarket group woolworths ltd plans to ramp up its investment in price in order to drive sales volumes.in its earnings release on friday (26 february), woolworths posted a 6% increase in half-year revenues to a$27.2bn due to rising own-brand sales and lower prices. during the half, woolworths spent a$120m on lowering prices on 3,500 grocery items, cuts that came on top of the retailer’s programme of weekly promotions, ceo michael luscombe revealed during a presentation to analysts. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 1 March 2010   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
murray goulburn buys stake in wcb

murray goulburn has built a stake in local rival warrnambool cheese and butter factory, which has twice rejected takeover bids from the australian dairy co-op.wcb said on friday that murray goulburn has snapped up “close to a 5% stake” in the business. the shares were bought for a$4.50 (us$4.01) a share, 15 cents higher than the second offer from murray goulburn that wcb rebuffed. wcb told its shareholders to “take no action” and insisted it would keep investors of “all material developments”. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 1 March 2010   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
common ingredients may extend citrus oil use in beverage

a common surfactant ingredient may boost the stability of citral, one of the most important flavour compounds in citrus oil, and enhance formulations of beverage concentrates, says a new study. despite widespread use of citral in foods and beverages, the compound is known to degrade over time under acidic conditions, resulting in a loss of desirable flavours and formation of undesirable off-flavours. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 1 March 2010   Category : Codiments,Desserts,food additi
should we be worried about antimony levels in juices?

a recent study uncovering levels of antimony in juices above eu limits for drink water has provoked calls for more research into the issue but industry insists that juices are safe. writing in the journal of environmental monitoring, scientists at the university of copenhagen studied antimony levels in 42 juice drinks and found antimony concentrations above eu limits for drinking water in eight of them. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 1 March 2010   Category : Beverages
what's the colour of money? bonuses should be green

never before has the dangling of golden carrots in the boardroom been so closely scrutinised. dsm and others’ decisions to ensure those carrots have green shoots of sustainability attached to them is a wise and forward thinking move. var media_image="/var/plain_site/storage/images/publications/food-beverage-nutrition/subject-categories/food-finance/what-s-the-colour-of-money-bonuses-should-be-green/1742508-4-eng-gb/what-s-the-colour-of-money-bonuses-should-be-green. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 1 March 2010   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
m&s strives for ‘most sustainable’ title

uk grocer marks and spencer has announced a new raft of eco and ethical commitments, in a bid to become the most sustainable retailer by 2015. the company launched its ‘plan a’ in 2007. its new commitments cover all product categories. amongst the pledges affecting food, it all individual m&s items will carry at least one sustainable or ethical quality by 2020 (50 per cent by 2015). more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 1 March 2010   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
americans trust food manufacturers

while more than 40 percent of americans indicate they have become sick or ill over the past two years from something they ate, americans still give food manufacturers and suppliers the benefit of the doubt, according to results of a harris interactive poll of 2,010 adults surveyed online between jan. 13-15, 2010. while many people will stop a behavior such as eating a food item that they believe made them sick, most americans do not have large levels of concern regarding the safety of eating different foods. more

 Source : foodproductdesign.com   Date : 1 March 2010   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
omega-3 dha kills cancer cells

omega-3 fatty acid dha may help treat many types of childhood and adult cancers including neuroblastoma, medulloblastoma, colon, breast and prostate cancers, according to a new study published in the faseb journal. "we hope that this study can provide a deeper understanding of the actions of omega-3 fatty acids and their products in cancer cells, and why they can be of such high importance in treatment of the disease," said helena gleissman, phd, co-author of the study from the childhood cancer research unit of the karolinska institutet in stockholm. more

 Source : foodproductdesign.com   Date : 1 March 2010   Category : Food And Health
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