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Gerhard Schubert has opened a new factory complex at Crailsheim in Germany.
Following our trip to Food ingredients Europe in Paris this month, the joint December/January issue of CP will have an ingredients focus and an image showing a selection of so-called ‘functional ingredients’ on the cover.
At the 100th American Association of Cereal Chemists Conference in Minneapolis, Stable Micro Systems, was granted approval of an AACCI standard method for its Volscan Profiler.
Dawn Foods, bakery ingredients and finished sweet bakery products manufacturer, has secured Mass Balance certification to verify that it sources and uses only RSPO certified palm oil across all of its European production sites.
Susannah Millen met Paul Collins, managing director, GNT UK, to discover more about his role and what’s happening in the food colouring sector worldwide.
The European specialist for pallet pooling, La Palette Rouge (a division of Euro Pool Group), has won the pallet pooling contract for Kellogg’s across Europe.
After making Maltesers Fairtrade in 2012, Mars Chocolate UK has extended its commitment to sustainable sourcing by commiting to Fairtrade’s new Cocoa Sourcing Program and introducing Fairtrade certified Mars Bars.
The European Commission has granted conditional clearance for Cargill to acquire ADM.
Kempf GmbH, a partner of the ‘Teflon coatings for Industrial Bakery Solutions’ initiative, recently opened its new plant in Rohrbach, Germany, with a certified Teflon coating production line for high quality baking moulds and trays.
Anuga, the food and drink trade fair, is already fully sold out, filling all 11 halls of the Cologne exhibition centre. The fair takes place 10-14 October, and promises to be another huge showcase for the food and beverage market.
Jonathan Thomas, principal market analyst, Leatherhead Food Research, considers global flavour and colour trends.
European Independent Purchasing Company (EIPC) has announced that production of the Subway brand’s cookies has moved to Europe – marking the first time the famous cookies have been produced outside of the US.
The German chocolate manufacturer, Halloren Schokoladenfabrik, has chosen Innovia Films’ PropafilmT RCU as part of the packaging for its new collection of Oh là là chocolates.
A Canadian cookie manufacturer is using six Herma 400 label applicators to overcome the challenge of applying exceptionally large sealing and product labels with the utmost precision and efficiency. The company appointed IPS International Packaging Systems GmbH of Crailsheim in Germany, a Schubert Group company, to design and commission a new cookie packaging line for […]