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Extreme weather may bring change in baking practices, claim crop researchers

Bakers may need to alter production techniques in the face of climate change, according to the authors of a new study on the impact of drought on cereal production.

Insurance will cover financial impact of UK storms, says flour supplier Carr's

UK milling, agriculture and engineering business Carr’s Group has said its insurance cover will mitigate the financial impact of storms that devastated parts of northern England and Scotland last month....

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The year that was: 10 of our most-read bakery and snacks stories of 2015

Below are 10 of the stories that most captured the attention and imagination of BakeryandSnacks readers over the past 12 months. In many ways, the list is a microcosm of...

Genius gluten-free bakery to expand further into frozen food sector

Genius Foods gluten-free bakery will expand further into the frozen food sector following its acquisition of frozen pie-maker Chapel Foods.

Warburtons secures new wheat supply contracts with 300 UK farmers

Warburtons, the UK’s largest bakery brand, has extended its wheat growing contracts with more than 300 British farmers for a further five years. 

Puratos Group set to grow US business with Pennant Ingredients acquisition

Belgium-based bakery and patisserie supplier Puratos Group is aiming to grow its presence in North America following its acquisition of US business Pennant Ingredients.

South Africa's Competition Commission battles Premier Foods bread cartel ruling

South Africa’s Competition Commission is fighting a court ruling preventing victims of a bread pricing cartel suing Waterfall City-based bakery and confectionery business Premier Foods for its role in the...

Dispatches from FIE in Paris

'Put the fun back into bakery' with seasonal offerings and on-the-go formats, says Mintel

New flavors and formats are among the key opportunities for growing the baked goods market, according to a leading analyst.

Darégal claims its new liquid bread flavorings taste fresher than dried herbs

Darégal is rolling out a range of liquid herb flavorings for breads that it claims tastes fresher than dried herbs.

Hovis production line closure threatens over 100 jobs

Hovis plans to close a bread production line at its bakery in Wigan, threatening more than 100 jobs.

Corbion preps for US trans-fat crackdown with alternative emulsifiers for bread makers

Corbion Caravan has launched two emulsifiers without partially hydrogenated oils (PHO) in response to an incoming US trans-fat ban.

Atlas Copco to strengthen its vacuum technology business with $514m Leybold Vacuum acquisition

Atlas Copco has agreed to acquire Leybold Vacuum, part of Oerlikon Corporation, for $514m, with the transaction to be completed in the first half of 2016.

Novel yeast to slash carcinogen acrylamide in fried potatos and baked goods, says Renaissance

Renaissance Ingredients has developed a baker’s yeast it claims cuts the presence of carcinogen acrylamide in fried potato products by 70%.

Shelf-life boost? Potato peel extract can delay bread staling, say Italian researchers

Potato peel extracts may not only add fiber but can also be added to bread to extend shelf-life, according to research by the University of Parma.

Pulp fiction?

Orange crush: Carrot waste finding fibre future

A new fibre ingredient derived from carrot waste pulp offers a level of water absorption that is unlikely to be improved on, its producer says.

Microbiota influences impact of dietary strategies for blood sugar: Study

People with better control of blood sugar after eating barley kernel bread also have a different balance of microbes in the gut, a new study in Cell Metabolism reveals....

Not just quantity: Nofima says think about fiber quality

There’s frequently talk that consumers aren’t getting enough fiber in their diets; but are they simply not getting the best quality fiber?

Angelic Bakehouse brings healthy bread to Costco

Wisconsin-based Angelic Bakehouse will make its popular Sprouted Seven-Grain bread available in Costco locations across the US Midwest after years of availability in small shops.

Junk food not the biggest culprit for obesity: Study

While many people have snacks, sugar and sodas pinned as the bad guys in the war against obesity, one recent study found little to no correlation between consumption of junk...

News in brief

Eurofins approved as gluten-free third party auditing company

Eurofins has been inducted into the Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP) as a newly trained and approved third party auditing and certification company.

DuPont launches PowerMill enzyme for efficient baking

DuPont has launched a new enzyme, which the company said will help millers improve extraction rates, as well as save time and money.

J&J Snack Foods to pay $2.1m to temporary workers after federal investigation

J&J Snack Foods has been ordered to pay millions in wages and damages after a labor violation.

Puratos CEO: The future of bakery in sourdough and innovation investment

The CEO of Puratos says an age-old ingredient of bread is key to future industry success.

DISPATCHES FROM PURATOS TASTE TOMORROW EVENT

Old products with a new twist: How to get consumers to experiment with new baked products

Consumers want to experiment with what they eat, one bakery executive said, but they want to do it within the confines of familiarity. 

DISPATCHES FROM PURATOS' TASTE TOMORROW EVENT IN CHICAGO

Customization essential to innovation in bakery

Customization is the key to giving consumers what they want to see from the bakery industry, according to one industry consultant.

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