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EXBERRY range grows with oil-dispersible pink shade for fat-based applications

13-01-2021

GNT has extended its range of oil-dispersible colouring foods with the launch of a pink shade made from fruit and vegetables. Developed for use in fat-based application, EXBERRY Shade Pink – OD is the latest addition to a collection of oil-dispersible shades that also includes red, yellow, orange, blue and green colours. When working with …

Golden Agri-Resources provides sustainable food supply amid COVID-19

13-01-2021

The palm oil company has collaborated with several partners, including Wageningen University, The Netherlands, to implement the Alternative Livelihood Programme through Integrated Ecological Farming. The COVID-19 pandemic’s impact continues to be felt, especially among vulnerable parts of in rural Indonesia where food security and income …

Corbion sells frozen dough business East Rutherford

12-01-2021

Corbion has closed the sale of its frozen dough business to Frodo Baking Company. In a statement released by Corbion, the new business owner is expected to hire most of the employees of the frozen dough business, and will take over the operations with immediate effect. The sale of the frozen dough business is the result of a portfolio assessment …

Bühler and DIL join forces to accelerate sustainable food production

12-01-2021

Working together to develop and promote innovative solutions. Bühler and the DIL Deutsches Institut for Lebensmitteltechnik, a research institute focusing on food technology and food science, have teamed up to develop new production technologies for healthy and sustainable food products, with a focus on alternative protein-based products …

Sodexo reinvents catering with Atlas AI platform

12-01-2021

The catering service provider has worked with Huawei to launch the Seefood intelligent settlement solution. When it comes to food choices, what is on the top of consumers’ mind? Taste, look, or service experience? Maybe for today’s consumers, the answer might be “All of them”. Consumers are increasingly …

GEA’s automated food lines now available with track and trace

11-01-2021

The need to provide full traceability of food ingredients has become more apparent than ever, and coupled with the growing consumer demand for transparency, manufacturers of finished products might consider adapting their systems if they are to stay ahead of the curve. In response to this, GEA offers food manufacturers a layer of enhanced …

Editor’s pickA technological milestone in agriculture, a sustainable future for planet and generations

11-01-2021

Farming is dubbed one of the oldest professions in the world, yet it plays a critical role in our everyday life – from what we wear and use to what we eat, almost everything came from a plant or an animal. Over centuries, mankind explored many ways to modernise farming, and with today’s advancement in technology innovation, farmers can …

AB Enzymes introduces new Veron Ryeo to optimise dough rheology

08-01-2021

New enzyme technology improves dough handling in rye bread processing. AB Enzymes has launched a new product in its range of enzymes for rye applications. Veron Ryeo is designed to help bread improver manufacturers to create enhanced rye-based products with optimised rheological properties. Dr Alexander Henrich, application development …

The common misconceptions about polymer plain bearings

08-01-2021

Plastic have become an integral part of everyday life and have established themselves in all areas of industries over the past few decades. In the search for ever lighter and more economical materials for various problems, plastics have long since become part of many solutions and help to expand possibilities. Despite this flexibility and …