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News of 31 January month year 2011
clean label pea and potato starches developed by emsland
irish small food and beverage firms predict strong growth
nestlé france aims to boost fibre in kids’ cereals
olam to acquire uk confectionery fats supplier bfi
study reveals the foaming properties of gluten protein
tate & lyle potentially vulnerable to cargill takeover bid, m&a expert
plastics chemical bpa reduces sperm health
new iso standard gauges nano-toxicity risks
no health risk from foods affected in german dioxin scandal - bfr
meps question omega-3 baby milk benefits
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clean label pea and potato starches developed by emsland

emsland group has developed a new range of clean label potato and pea starches that can be used in a range of food applications in place of modified starch. clean label foods – that is, foods without long list of e-numbers and chemical-sounding names – are a major driver for the food industry, as consumers are scrutinising labels and opting for products that are as natural as can be. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 31 January 2011   Category : Grains,Cereals And Oil Seeds a
irish small food and beverage firms predict strong growth

the prospect of boosting business with new and existing customers is behind a mood of optimism among ireland’s small-scale food and beverage firms, according to the latest industry survey conducted last month by bord bia, the irish food board. a spokesperson for the organisation told foodnavigator: “when asked the source of business generated over the past year, an impressive 90 per cent of surveyed companies reported increasing business with new customers. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 31 January 2011   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
nestlé france aims to boost fibre in kids’ cereals

a new nutritional charter initiated by cereal partners france - a joint venture between nestlé cereals france and general mills - reflects french government targets and pledges to boost fibre in its childrens\' range. the charter “d’engagements volontaires de progrès nutritionnel” (a voluntary commitment to nutritional progress) underlines nestlé\'s determination to innovate and develop products with added nutritional value, said the leading breakfast cereal maker. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 31 January 2011   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
olam to acquire uk confectionery fats supplier bfi

singapore based olam international is to acquire uk confectionery fats supplier britannia food ingredients (bfi) along with a logistic services component for £33.5m ($50m) in the announcement today, olam said it will initially acquire 85 per cent of equity capital in bfi and 100 per cent of britannia storage and distribution limited (bsd), and then acquire the remaining 15 per cent in bfi within the next three years at a pre-agreed valuation. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 31 January 2011   Category : Codiments,Desserts,food additi
study reveals the foaming properties of gluten protein

the foaming properties of gliadin – a gluten forming glycoprotein – may be affected by the ph of food systems, as well as the concentration of salt. the study, published in the journal of agricultural and food chemistry, finds that one particular type of gliadin, known as gamma- gliadin, is mainly responsible for its foaming properties. the study also suggested that foam stability was best at neutral and alkaline ph values. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 31 January 2011   Category : Grains,Cereals And Oil Seeds a
tate & lyle potentially vulnerable to cargill takeover bid, m&a expert

tate & lyle could be vulnerable to a takeover by an industry rival such as cargill, according to a lawyer specialising in food industry mergers and acquisitions. tate & lyle ceo javed ahmed speculation about us giant cargill possibly bidding for uk-based tate hit the wires on january 19, when city analyst andy ford at mf global said in a note that he saw cargill was a “potential bidder” for tate. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 31 January 2011   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
plastics chemical bpa reduces sperm health

exposure to the ubiquitous industrial chemical bisphenol a (bpa) has once again been linked to decreased sperm health, this time in humans, in a study conducted by researchers from kaiser permanente and published in the journal fertility and sterility.the findings are of particular concern because symptoms were found at very low exposures, and because bpa is so widespread.\"bpa, a plastic and resin ingredient used to make a wide variety of plastic goods and to line metal food and drink cans (ever wonder how those canned contents slip so easily out and onto your plate, or into your bowl or mouth?), is a toxin associated with birth defects of the male and female reproductive systems,\" write brenda watson and leonard smith in their book the detox strategy. more

 Source : NaturalNews.com   Date : 31 January 2011   Category : Impression And Package Service
new iso standard gauges nano-toxicity risks

new guidelines from the international organisation for standardization (iso) have been published in a bid to help key industry players assess the possible risks presented by the burgeoning growth of nano-based products. the swiss body said the speedy growth of nanotechnology in the food, cosmetics, it and medical sectors has led to increasing concern from researchers, manufacturers, regulators and consumers over their potential impact on the environment and on workers exposed to them. more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 31 January 2011   Category : Standards and Certificates
no health risk from foods affected in german dioxin scandal - bfr

foods tainted in the wake of the dioxin contamination scandal in germany pose no health threat to consumers, said the country’s federal institute for risk assessment (bfr) following the first detailed appraisal of the incident. the body said it had assessed health risks on the basis of the content of the toxic chemical detected in eggs , pork meat, poultry meat and dairy products by german state authorities in the aftermath of episode which broke in late december. more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 31 January 2011   Category : Food And Health
meps question omega-3 baby milk benefits

members of the european parliament (meps) are questioning whether omega-3 form dha can benefit infant eye sight, despite the nutrient winning endorsement from one of the world’s toughest claims assessment agencies – the european food safety authority (efsa). some meps are calling for a revision of dha-infant ye development claims glenis willmott mep, the british labour party\'s leader in the european parliament and the party\'s european spokesperson, waded into the highly contentious issue that is infant formula fortification and marketing, by calling for further revision of the efsa-approved dha (docosahexanenoic acid) claim. more

 Source : foodanddrinkeurope.com   Date : 31 January 2011   Category : child Food
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