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Will acrylamide-reducing ingredients make process changes unnecessary?

Kerry is partnering with Renaissance BioScience Corp. to make, sell and distribute the latter's Acryleast, a non-GMO yeast enzyme said to reduce the probable carcinogen by up to 90%.

Will food and drink be in 'Living Coral' in 2019?

Pantone picked the vibrant pinkish-orange hue for its 2019 Color of the Year, and it's likely to be all over Instagram soon.

Barry Callebaut aims for sustainability by 2025

With climate change looming as a threat to the cocoa industry, the chocolatier is making progress on four ambitious goals. 

Indoor farm startup Bowery raises $90M for leafy greens

After raising $20 million only a year ago, this vertical farm has now quadrupled funding for its sustainable farming practices.

Absolut pressure: Activist fund Elliott takes stake in Pernod Ricard

It said the French alcohol giant has "significant potential for improvement" after recently underperforming and losing market share. 

70% of US adults are concerned about sugar consumption, study finds

Despite this concern, the survey found just 49% were likely to use a sugar substitute such as stevia, Splenda, agave or monk fruit.

Aleph Farms raises cell-grown steaks

The Israel-based startup said its new product is "delivering the full experience of meat with the appearance, shape and texture of beef cuts."

Smokeless smoke to heat up as a flavor trend in 2019

Already popular in meats, seasonings, sauces, cheeses, honey and salt, the taste could soon make its way into dessert and beverage products.

How the 'non-GMO' plague is shifting from the food to the beverage industry

The claim may sound buzzy, but dietitian and GMO Answers volunteer Neva Cochran writes that it makes little difference — and is often meaningless.

Farm Bill includes $125M for food waste reduction

The latest version of the legislation shows addressing this topic can help mitigate the climate crisis while presenting new economic opportunities.

Müller completes £15m investment in Scottish dairy

Food and Trink News - FoodManufacture - Tue, 12/11/2018 - 16:39
Dairy, milk and ingredients producer MÃller has completed a Â15m project to upgrade its fresh milk dairy in Bellshill.

University opens £1.5m food lab

Food and Trink News - FoodManufacture - Tue, 12/11/2018 - 15:27
A new Â1.5m food innovation lab has been opened by the University of West London (UWL) in the heart of the capital.

Addressing slip and trip hazards in the workplace

Food and Trink News - FoodManufacture - Tue, 12/11/2018 - 15:20
Chair of the Food and Drink Industries Group of IOSH Andy Melachrino addresses the need for manufacturers to minimise contamination and trip hazards in their workplaces.

Mondelēz welcomes global safety revamp

Food and Trink News - FoodManufacture - Tue, 12/11/2018 - 12:53
A new global standard in food safety management, which puts responsibility on senior management to identify the level of risk they are prepared to take, has been welcomed by Mondelēz Internationalâs head of food safety.

Ossett Brewery sells 50% stake in business

Food and Trink News - FoodManufacture - Tue, 12/11/2018 - 12:39
Ossett Brewery has sold a 50% stake in the business to a private investor, as it pushes ahead with plans expand the company.

Smithfield invests $45M in South Dakota facility amid growing pork demand

A rise in the global population, surging protein consumption and expanding middle classes are creating additional interest in meat, prompting more companies to invest millions in new production.

Kellogg expanding Cheez-It, Pringles and Rice Krispies with new snack offerings

The cereal and snacks maker is the latest company to use established brands as a platform to launch new products, joining M&Ms, Lay's, Oreos, Twinkies and Cheerios.

No-deal Brexit to ‘decimate’ UK food and agriculture

Food and Trink News - FoodManufacture - Mon, 12/10/2018 - 13:52
A poorly-managed Brexit threatens to âdecimate the United Kingdomâs veterinary, food and agricultural sectorsâ, warned the boss of a leading veterinary services provider.

Egg factory extension approved

Food and Trink News - FoodManufacture - Mon, 12/10/2018 - 12:36
GÃ Puds and Happy Egg owner Noble Foods has won planning permission to extend its factory in Lincolnshire.

Tulip invests £8m in Ashton site

Food and Trink News - FoodManufacture - Mon, 12/10/2018 - 12:32
Pork processor Tulip has completed an Â8m investment at its abattoir in Ashton, Greater Manchester.



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