All news articles for July 02, 2012

Rumours are circulating about the sale of Premier's  Hartley's jams brand to US group Hain Celestial

Premier's future: rumours continue

By Rick Pendrous

Premier Foods continued to hit the headlines over the past month. Rumours of an impending sale of its Hartley's jams brand to US group Hain Celestial for around £200M followed hot on the heels of the announcement that the food group had sold its...

Enzymes are guar gum substitute

Enzymes are guar gum substitute

DSM is deploying its enzyme toolkit to develop innovative ways to replace guar gum in bakery products. The firm says the effects of guar gum for thickening, binding and improving texture can be replicated using a combination of enzymes and ingredients....

Bakery Haywood & Padgett are looking for Olympic opportunities in the export market

Turn Olympics into food export opportunity: banks

By Mike Stones

The Clydesdale & Yorkshire Banks are advising food and drink manufacturers to turn global interest in the Olympics into export opportunities.The Clydesdale & Yorkshire Banks are advising food and drink manufacturers to turn global interest in...

Salmonella inspections are not 'good enough': EFSA

Salmonella checks 'not good enough': food safety watchdog

By Mike Stones

Traditional poultry meat inspection may not be good enough to protect against threats to food safety such as campylobacter, salmonella and ESBL/AmpC gene-carrying bacteria, warns the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).

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