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Sugar moves at Danisco

Sugar moves at Danisco

Cheaper sugar ingredients could be on the way for food makers as
rumours continue to circulate about the proposed new rules to the
EU sugar regime that could open up the protected European market,
prompting Danish sugar giant Danisco...

CSM in price fixing probe

CSM in price fixing probe

Offices of bakery ingredients and sweeteners giant CSM were raided
yesterday by the Dutch competition watchdog NMa on suspicions of
price fixing in the firms sugar division CSM Suiker. In a parallel
raid, the NMa hit leading Dutch...

Ebro in malt venture

Ebro in malt venture

Azucarera Ebro, the Spanish food group, and its compatriot
Intermalta, a malt producer, have created a new company called
Maltacarrion which will specialise in the production of malt for
the brewing industry.

Sweet packaging ideas

Sweet packaging ideas

Scientists in the US have developed edible adhesives for food
packaging. The concept, developed by Agricultural Research Service
(ARS) chemist Sevim Erhan and colleagues at the agency's National
Center for Agricultural Utilization...

Not so sweet for Tate and Lyle

Not so sweet for Tate and Lyle

Major British sugar and sweetener group Tate and Lyle has reported
a sixper cent decrease in half year profits today and the success
of agreementsfor future prices for it starches and sweeteners will
have a major impact onthe profits...

Back to roots

Back to roots

Scientists in the US have developed two new breeding lines for
smooth root sugar beet that could pave the way for more efficient
processing method for manufacturers.

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