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News of 17 February month year 2011
coles buys out nab’s share of flybuys
no ‘golden bullet’ for fat replacement, but solutions exist: nizo
ragus questions ec approach and predicts further sugar price hikes
eu suspends import duties on wheat to ease supply pressures
ceo shares how nestle copes with raw material price hikes
k+s kali launches potassium chloride brand
cocoa supplies not disrupted by ongoing ivorian unrest, euromonitor
guidelines on controlling e.coli 0157 cross contamination
race is on to find bisphenol a substitutes, says nampa
german market help keeps swiss confectioners 'in the black'
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coles buys out nab’s share of flybuys

flybuys, the joint venture begun by coles, shell and nab, is now fully owned by the supermarket giant, after an annoucement that they had bought out the 50% share of their last remaining partner, nab, for an undisclosed sum. the loyalty program, which is the fifth largest in the world with over 10 million cardholders, annouced a record 400,000 new cardholders in 2009, in a demographic 12 years younger than the program’s average. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 17 February 2011   Category : food industries Economic
no ‘golden bullet’ for fat replacement, but solutions exist: nizo

fats play such an important functional role in foods that it is difficult to simply remove or replace them. but by understanding the specific functional roles of fats in a product, it may be possible to tailor solutions that match full fat products, say experts from nizo. var media_url=\"/content/download/135919/3017115/file/nizo clip.mp3\"; consumers take a great interest in food ingredients, and value products that are healthy or are seen to be making efforts to improve nutritional value. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 17 February 2011   Category : Rest
ragus questions ec approach and predicts further sugar price hikes

sugar supplier to the bakery and confectionery industry, ragus, said it expects further commodity price hikes and contests whether proposed ec intervention on import duty tariff reductions would have the desired effect on the deficit in the eu market. rapidly rising world sugar prices and bad weather, speculative hedging on supplies and stockpiling across the world have combined to leave end user manufacturers in bakery, confectionery and the wider food industry worrying about sugar supply problems. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 17 February 2011   Category : food industries Economic
eu suspends import duties on wheat to ease supply pressures

in a move to ease eu market pressures, the commission has announced that it is to suspend import duties on low and medium quality wheat and barley from next week until the end of june. the suspension is a response to \"tight supplies in world cereals markets” said the eu, with the preferential tariffs of 12 €/tonne and 16 €/tonne for wheat and barley respectively to be reduced to zero for the volumes permitted under the quota while grain prices have risen worldwide, those in europe have grown particularly fast, inflated by the region\'s relatively thin export surplus, compared with the us, and its geographical position. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 17 February 2011   Category : food industries Economic
ceo shares how nestle copes with raw material price hikes

nestle will use price increases as a last resort in the face of rising raw material costs, says its ceo, and only after implementing its 4-point strategy based on trend predictions, engaging suppliers, replacing ingredients, and cutting down waste. the consumer goods giant today reported full year sales of chf109.7bn, representing 6.2 per cent organic growth and 4.6 per cent real internal growth. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 17 February 2011   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
k+s kali launches potassium chloride brand

germany’s k+s kali has unveiled its new brand of food grade potassium chloride called kalisel, which is billed as a cost-effective salt replacer in food. the food industry is currently operating to a tough mandate of reducing salt (sodium chloride) levels in packaged and prepared foods. although sodium chloride is essential to human life, excessive consumption has been linked to increased risk of high blood pressure and stroke in a number of studies. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 17 February 2011   Category : Rest
cocoa supplies not disrupted by ongoing ivorian unrest, euromonitor

cocoa supplies are not currently disrupted by ivorian unrest, according to the latest official data, calming the nerves of cocoa traders. cocoa output is still getting through the ivory coast’s ports or is being smuggled through ghana for subsequent export via other west african ports, euromonitor analyst francisco redruello told confectionerynews.com. possible ban extension however, redruello said that if democratically-elected president alassane ouattara succeeds in fully implementing the export ban this would have an immediate impact on cocoa futures. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 17 February 2011   Category : Codiments,Desserts,food additi
guidelines on controlling e.coli 0157 cross contamination

the uk food standards agency (fsa) has issued guidelines for all food businesses on controlling cross contamination by e.coli 0157 between raw and ready-to-eat-foods. e.coli bacteria the agency said it had published the guide in response to serious outbreaks of the foodborne pathogen in scotland in 1996 and wales in 2005 which were triggered by cross-contamination violations. although e. more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 17 February 2011   Category : Food And Health
race is on to find bisphenol a substitutes, says nampa

the race is on to find bisphenol a (bpa) alternatives in can linings but a substitute is unlikely be brought to market immediately - whatever laws are passed, the north american metal packaging alliance (nampa) said yesterday. john m. rost, chairman of the influential us trade association, reiterated that its members were leading the chase to discover bpa replacements in metal containers despite being entirely convinced the chemical poses no health hazard at current exposure levels from food packaging. more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 17 February 2011   Category : Impression And Package Service
german market help keeps swiss confectioners 'in the black'

rising demand in germany informed a hike in sales to that market of nearly 17 per cent for swiss chocolate manufacturers in 2010, who report sector recovery following the notable sales decline in 2009. of total chocolate production, 60.4 per cent was sold abroad compared to 60.7 per cent in 2009, shows the latest report from trade representative group, chocosuisse. “over the course of 2010, following the losses of 2009, switzerland\'s 18 chocolate makers were once again in the black,” observed the sector representatives. more

 Source : foodanddrinkeurope.com   Date : 17 February 2011   Category : food industries Economic
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