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News of 7 February month year 2011
cocoa prices stable despite ivorian ban
eustas president blames large firms for loss of stevia categories
high salt intake may have immediate effects on circulation
why local foods systems are an opportunity for industry
antimicrobial and water vapour barrier properties of sago starch films
vegetable processor fined for safety breaches
why local foods systems are an opportunity for industry
5-a-day on composite meals would increase fruit and veg in formulations
george weston foods appoints new chief executive
severe storms hit us food operations
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cocoa prices stable despite ivorian ban

cocoa prices have remained stable over the past two weeks despite the ivory coast export ban with industry analysts citing good industry supply cover and access to plentiful crop from ghana as factors for the lack of price volatility. large exports of the ivorian crop had already been made and big volumes of cocoa were said to be arriving at ports in the country this week ready to be shipped when exports are permitted, reports reuters. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 7 February 2011   Category : food industries Economic
eustas president blames large firms for loss of stevia categories

eustas (european stevia association) president professor jan guens says he is “very disappointed” by a decision taken by cargill and morita to remove a number of licensing application categories relating to use of steviol glycosides in food. last tuesday the european food safety authority (efsa) published revised exposure estimates for use of steviol glycosides as sweeteners in food and beverages, raising eyebrows in some quarters by revealing that industry players had withdrawn licensing applications for 15 food groups altogether, mainly in the ‘desserts and other products’ category. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 7 February 2011   Category : Rest
high salt intake may have immediate effects on circulation

consuming highly salty foods may begin to impair the functioning of blood vessels within 30 minutes, according to new research published in the american journal of clinical nutrition. the study suggests that 3.8 grams of salt – an amount similar to commonly eaten meals – can reduce the ability of blood vessels to widen after a meal when compared with a lower salt meal. the researchers found raised levels of salt from the diet can significantly reduce flow mediated dilation (a measure of blood vessels ability to widen) within 30 minutes. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 7 February 2011   Category : Codiments,Desserts,food additi
why local foods systems are an opportunity for industry

the food industry should not rage against the idea of professionalised local food systems, nor unleash its lobbying force to uproot them before their green shoots can reach maturity. rather, it should explore ways to benefit from local foods and, in turn, foster their development. these days we tend to pigeon-hole people by their eating habits. is so-and-so a home cook, or do they live off ready meals? do they potter down to the farmers’ market or sundays, or are they on first name terms with the servers in mcdonalds? my friends and colleagues inhabit both camps, but there’s almost always some cross-over: many a ready meal aficionados goes weak at the knees with one bite of a ripe local tomato on an august afternoon. more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 7 February 2011   Category : Rest
antimicrobial and water vapour barrier properties of sago starch films

sago starch-based edible films prepared using microwave irradiation have demonstrated potential to be used as antimicrobial agents in active packaging, according to new research. the study by l ruchi et al also measured how water vapour barrier properties of the film were influenced by its thickness and the presence of chitosan micro particles. the team said that previous research has shown that a range of organic and inorganic active agents can be incorporated into polymeric films to prevent microbial spoilage. more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 7 February 2011   Category : Impression And Package Service
vegetable processor fined for safety breaches

a vegetable packing company in the uk has been ordered to pay almost £20,000 (€24,000) after a worker was hospitalised in a workplace accident. qv foods ltd, of lincolnshire, was fined ₤15,000 and ordered to pay a further ₤4,606 in costs after a female employee was injured by a falling crate. the company pleaded guilty to breaching section 2(1) of the health and safety at work etc act 1974 for failing to ensure the health, safety and welfare at work of its employees. more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 7 February 2011   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
why local foods systems are an opportunity for industry

the food industry should not rage against the idea of professionalised local food systems, nor unleash its lobbying force to uproot them before their green shoots can reach maturity. rather, it should explore ways to benefit from local foods and, in turn, foster their development. these days we tend to pigeon-hole people by their eating habits. is so-and-so a home cook, or do they live off ready meals? do they potter down to the farmers’ market or sundays, or are they on first name terms with the servers in mcdonalds? my friends and colleagues inhabit both camps, but there’s almost always some cross-over: many a ready meal aficionados goes weak at the knees with one bite of a ripe local tomato on an august afternoon. more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 7 February 2011   Category : Rest
5-a-day on composite meals would increase fruit and veg in formulations

allowing ready meals and other composite products to carry the ‘5-a-day’ logo would encourage manufacturers to use more fruit and vegetables in their formulations, says innocent. the 5-a-day logo was introduced in the uk in 2003, and can be used on fresh, frozen, tinned or dried fruit and vegetables to indicate how many of the recommended five daily portions of fruit and veg are contained in each recommended portion. more

 Source : foodanddrinkeurope.com   Date : 7 February 2011   Category : restaurants and Food industrie
george weston foods appoints new chief executive

today george weston foods limited (gwf), a division of associated british foods (abf), announced andrew reeves as its new chief executive, to lead the company’s future growth.andrew starts his new role with gwf in april 2011, following the departure of the company’s previous chief executive, geoff starr. over the past five years, geoff led significant change at gwf and the broader industry through his board membership of the australian food and grocery council and foodbank australia. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 7 February 2011   Category : Rest
severe storms hit us food operations

a storm that has covered almost half of the us in a blanket of snow is starting to take its toll on food makers and retailers in the country.storms in the us have brought much of the mid-west under around 60cm of snow, with parts of the southern us forecast to get snow and ice this week. the severe weather has meant many firms have had to stall operations temporarily. us meat giant tyson foods said it has nine poultry plants in arkansas and missouri that are “either idle or running at reduced levels”. more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 7 February 2011   Category : Rest
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