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Arla Foods develops new dairy protein to thicken cottage cheese
By FBR Staff Writer
Arla Foods Ingredients has created a new clean-label protein solution Nutrilac that is claimed to overcome the long-standing problem of watery low-fat cottage cheese.
Agri & Animal Products > Dairy & Soy Products > News
Barenaked Foods sign deal with John Lewis
Barenaked Foods have signed a deal with Waitrose, the food retail division of the John Lewis Partnership, to sell their range of noodles and rice.
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Domino Foods introduces honey granules
Domino Foods has introduced new product to the well-known Domino Sugar and C&H Sugar family of sweeteners – Domino and C&H Honey Granules.
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Heartland Food Products acquires sweetener brand Splenda
By FBR Staff Writer
Heartland Food Products has agreed to acquire low calorie sweetener brand Splenda from McNeil Nutritionals for undisclosed amount.
Condiments & Ingredients > Ingredients > News
Hong Kong bans poultry meat imports from Lao Cai Province, Vietnam
By FBR Staff Writer
The Centre for Food Safety (CFS) of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department in Hong Kong has imposed a ban on poultry meat imports from Lao Cai Province, Vietnam over bird flu outbreak.
Marketing & Regulatory > Regulatory & Food Safety > News
Kraft Heinz Foods recalls turkey bacon products over potential health risk
By FBR Staff Writer
Kraft Heinz Foods is recalling close to 2,068,467lb of turkey bacon products as they may have been adulterated and spoil before the “Best When Used By” date, according to the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).
Marketing & Regulatory > Regulatory & Food Safety > News
Manufactures can attract value-conscious Germans with better bakery and cereals products, says Canadian report
The manufacturers of bakery and cereals products can target value-conscious German consumers with best deals to meet their desire to treat themselves, a new report from Canadean has revealed.
Processed Foods > Bakery & Cereals > News
Pine Valley introduces Crazy About Cookies retail stand-up pouch in US
By FBR Staff Writer
Pine Valley Foods has expanded its product range with the introduction of Crazy About Cookies cookie dough with new packaging in the US.
Condiments & Ingredients > Ingredients > News
Sunwin Stevia enters natural sweetener market
Sunwin Stevia has decided to expand its market efforts in South America for its stevia extracts.
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The happy egg expands distribution of eggs to Food Lion and Target stores
The happy egg has announced that its free range eggs have gained further distribution to more than 1100 Food Lion stores down the East Coast from Delaware to Georgia including the retailers stronghold states of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.
Agri & Animal Products > Meat & Seafood > News
US eases restrictions on Canadian poultry imports
By FBR Staff Writer
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has eased restrictions on Canadian poultry imports as the industry is recovering from the recent bird flu outbreak.
Marketing & Regulatory > Regulatory & Food Safety > News
Multisorb Technologies to showcase food preservation solutions
Multisorb Technologies is set to exhibit its sorbent solutions for the preservation of processed packaged meat products at the Poznan International Fair Grounds in Poland.
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Fonterra Brands' New Zealand unit launches country's first recycling solution for yoghurt pouches
The Fonterra Pouch Brigade means that New Zealanders are now able to collect yoghurt pouches and send them to recycling company TerraCycle, at no cost, where they will be upcycled into children’s pencil cases, or recycled into new products such as chairs and park benches.
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CP Group and Thomas Foods to build food processing center in South Australia
By FBR Staff Writer
Thailand-based food company Charoen Pokphand Group (CP Group) and Thomas Foods International have reached an agreement to set up a new food processing center in Adelaide, South Australia.
Agri & Animal Products > Meat & Seafood > News
Germany to ban cultivation of genetically modified crops
By FBR Staff Writer
Germany is planning to impose a ban on cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops even if the European Union (EU) has approved the varieties as safe for consumption.
Marketing & Regulatory > Regulatory & Food Safety > News
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