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Heineken Q1 Net Profit Down

Dutch brewer Heineken N.V. reported that its net profit for the first-quarter of 2018 declined to 260 million euros from 293 million euros in the previous year. But, Net profit (beia) was higher than last year. Consolidated beer volume was up 4.3% organically, with growth in Asia Pacific, A ... more

Bat key to tequila trade gets off US endangered species list

Wildlife managers in the American Southwest say a once-rare bat important to the pollination of plants used to produce tequila has made a comeback and is being removed from the U.S. endangered species list. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's announcement Tuesday made the lesser long-nosed ... more

Barry Callebaut Group – Half-Year Results

Antoine de Saint-Affrique, CEO of the Barry Callebaut Group, said: “We had a very strong performance in the first six months of the current fiscal year, which was supported by all product groups and regions, as well as our key growth drivers. This resulted in the continued improvement of ou ... more

The rising popularity of fermented drinks

Fermentation is currently experiencing a revival in the food and drinks industry. Not only does it add a unique, slightly acidic taste, but it’s also recognised for supporting digestive health by turning foods and drinks into powerhouses of beneficial probiotics and friendly bacteria. Most ... more

Bovines online: Farmers are using AI to help monitor cows

No time to ruminate on that because the moment has arrived, thanks to a Dutch company that has married two technologies - motion sensors and AI - with the aim of bringing the barnyard into the 21st century. The company, Connecterra, has brought its IDA system , or "The Intelligent Dairy Far ... more

FrieslandCampina full speed ahead towards sustainable milk

Today, FrieslandCampina has announced that it will accelerate and further expedite its purpose driven strategy nourishing by nature with an even stronger commitment to sustainability. FrieslandCampina proposes to its members the introduction of a certified Top Dairy line with extra focus on ... more

analytica closes with record-breaking visitor attendance

analytica 2018 as the largest platform for digital transformation in the lab most international analytica in history analytica conference with new all-time highs The 26th analytica met with overwhelming interest. In the past four days, some 35,800 visitors from all over the world came ... more

Why alcohol, sugar lead to thirst

Why does drinking alcohol or consuming sugar make us thirsty? An international study of mice in Texas and humans in Europe reveals an unexpected anti-dehydration mechanism. In a study published today in Cell Metabolism, UT Southwestern researchers identify a hormone that acts on the brain t ... more

Nestle AGM Approves All Proposals Of Board

Swiss nutrition, health and wellness giant Nestle SA (NSRGY, NSTR.L) said that all proposals of the Board of Directors were approved with strong majorities at the Annual General Meeting. 1988 shareholders attended the Annual General Meeting today in Lausanne. They represented 54.6 percent o ... more

After Tax, Philadelphians 40 Percent Less Likely to Drink Soda Every Day

Almost immediately after the “soda tax” went into place, Philadelphians were 40 percent less likely to drink soda every day, a new Drexel University study found.  Published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine and led by Yichen Zhong, a doctoral student at the Dornsife School of P ... more

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Barry Callebaut Group – Half-Year Results

Antoine de Saint-Affrique, CEO of the Barry Callebaut Group, said: “We had a very strong performance in the first six months of the current fiscal year, which was supported by all product groups and regions, as well as our key growth drivers. This resulted in the continued improvement of ou ... more

analytica closes with record-breaking visitor attendance

analytica 2018 as the largest platform for digital transformation in the lab most international analytica in history analytica conference with new all-time highs The 26th analytica met with overwhelming interest. In the past four days, some 35,800 visitors from all over the world came ... more

Why alcohol, sugar lead to thirst

Why does drinking alcohol or consuming sugar make us thirsty? An international study of mice in Texas and humans in Europe reveals an unexpected anti-dehydration mechanism. In a study published today in Cell Metabolism, UT Southwestern researchers identify a hormone that acts on the brain t ... more

Nestle AGM Approves All Proposals Of Board

Swiss nutrition, health and wellness giant Nestle SA (NSRGY, NSTR.L) said that all proposals of the Board of Directors were approved with strong majorities at the Annual General Meeting. 1988 shareholders attended the Annual General Meeting today in Lausanne. They represented 54.6 percent o ... more

Are basil seeds the new chia?

Basil seeds have the potential to flourish as a seed ingredient like chia seeds. They are from the sweet basil plant Ocimum basilicum, also called Thai basil seeds, falooda, sabja, subza, selasih, or tukmaria. They are black in colour and can be consumed only after soaking them in water for ... more

EU proposes crackdown on unfair trading practices of food products

Small-scale food producers need the backing of the European Union to ensure that sales contracts are honoured, argued the EU Thursday as it proposed policies to stamp out unfair practices in wholesale food markets.  In its first proposal on regulating unfair practices in food trade, the Eur ... more

KitKat Ruby: when fantasy meets innovation

Nestlé UK is introducing a Ruby chocolate version of its iconic four finger KITKAT. Chocolate lovers in the UK will be the first in Europe to try a four finger KITKAT made with Ruby chocolate*, a fourth chocolate after dark, milk and white. This unique KITKAT offers a new taste experience. ... more

More organic than thou? Rebel farmers create new food label

Was your tomato grown in dirt or water? Organic shoppers might notice additional labels this summer that will give them the answer - and tell them whether their choices align with what a rebellious group of farmers and scientists deem the true spirit of the organic movement. About 15 farmer ... more

Taxing unhealthy food or drink would encourage half of Brits to cut back

75% of Brits say easier to understand nutritional information on product packaging would encourage them to reduce unhealthy eating/drinking. Low sugar is the number one factor Brits look for when seeking out healthy food. 57% of British female under-25s say they have unhealthy food/drin ... more

China-US tariff spat: Mostly losers, but some winners too

China's threat to raise tariffs on U.S. exports could be a disaster for American soybean farmers but a boon to their Brazilian and Argentine competitors, European aerospace companies and Japanese whiskey distillers. Regulators picked products China can get elsewhere when they made a $50 bil ... more

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Heineken Q1 Net Profit Down

Dutch brewer Heineken N.V. reported that its net profit for the first-quarter of 2018 declined to 260 million euros from 293 million euros in the previous year. But, Net profit (beia) was higher than last year. Consolidated beer volume was up 4.3% organically, with growth in Asia Pacific, A ... more

Bat key to tequila trade gets off US endangered species list

Wildlife managers in the American Southwest say a once-rare bat important to the pollination of plants used to produce tequila has made a comeback and is being removed from the U.S. endangered species list. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's announcement Tuesday made the lesser long-nosed ... more

The rising popularity of fermented drinks

Fermentation is currently experiencing a revival in the food and drinks industry. Not only does it add a unique, slightly acidic taste, but it’s also recognised for supporting digestive health by turning foods and drinks into powerhouses of beneficial probiotics and friendly bacteria. Most ... more

analytica closes with record-breaking visitor attendance

analytica 2018 as the largest platform for digital transformation in the lab most international analytica in history analytica conference with new all-time highs The 26th analytica met with overwhelming interest. In the past four days, some 35,800 visitors from all over the world came ... more

Why alcohol, sugar lead to thirst

Why does drinking alcohol or consuming sugar make us thirsty? An international study of mice in Texas and humans in Europe reveals an unexpected anti-dehydration mechanism. In a study published today in Cell Metabolism, UT Southwestern researchers identify a hormone that acts on the brain t ... more

Nestle AGM Approves All Proposals Of Board

Swiss nutrition, health and wellness giant Nestle SA (NSRGY, NSTR.L) said that all proposals of the Board of Directors were approved with strong majorities at the Annual General Meeting. 1988 shareholders attended the Annual General Meeting today in Lausanne. They represented 54.6 percent o ... more

After Tax, Philadelphians 40 Percent Less Likely to Drink Soda Every Day

Almost immediately after the “soda tax” went into place, Philadelphians were 40 percent less likely to drink soda every day, a new Drexel University study found.  Published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine and led by Yichen Zhong, a doctoral student at the Dornsife School of P ... more

Fastest Growing Craft Breweries of 2017

Brewers Association unveils list of 50 small and independent craft brewers across 25 states showing diversity of growth The Brewers Association (BA) today released its inaugural list of the 50 fastest growing small and independent craft brewing companies of 2017. Median growth from 2016 to ... more

Are basil seeds the new chia?

Basil seeds have the potential to flourish as a seed ingredient like chia seeds. They are from the sweet basil plant Ocimum basilicum, also called Thai basil seeds, falooda, sabja, subza, selasih, or tukmaria. They are black in colour and can be consumed only after soaking them in water for ... more

EU proposes crackdown on unfair trading practices of food products

Small-scale food producers need the backing of the European Union to ensure that sales contracts are honoured, argued the EU Thursday as it proposed policies to stamp out unfair practices in wholesale food markets.  In its first proposal on regulating unfair practices in food trade, the Eur ... more

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analytica closes with record-breaking visitor attendance

analytica 2018 as the largest platform for digital transformation in the lab most international analytica in history analytica conference with new all-time highs The 26th analytica met with overwhelming interest. In the past four days, some 35,800 visitors from all over the world came ... more

Why alcohol, sugar lead to thirst

Why does drinking alcohol or consuming sugar make us thirsty? An international study of mice in Texas and humans in Europe reveals an unexpected anti-dehydration mechanism. In a study published today in Cell Metabolism, UT Southwestern researchers identify a hormone that acts on the brain t ... more

Nestle AGM Approves All Proposals Of Board

Swiss nutrition, health and wellness giant Nestle SA (NSRGY, NSTR.L) said that all proposals of the Board of Directors were approved with strong majorities at the Annual General Meeting. 1988 shareholders attended the Annual General Meeting today in Lausanne. They represented 54.6 percent o ... more

Are basil seeds the new chia?

Basil seeds have the potential to flourish as a seed ingredient like chia seeds. They are from the sweet basil plant Ocimum basilicum, also called Thai basil seeds, falooda, sabja, subza, selasih, or tukmaria. They are black in colour and can be consumed only after soaking them in water for ... more

EU proposes crackdown on unfair trading practices of food products

Small-scale food producers need the backing of the European Union to ensure that sales contracts are honoured, argued the EU Thursday as it proposed policies to stamp out unfair practices in wholesale food markets.  In its first proposal on regulating unfair practices in food trade, the Eur ... more

More organic than thou? Rebel farmers create new food label

Was your tomato grown in dirt or water? Organic shoppers might notice additional labels this summer that will give them the answer - and tell them whether their choices align with what a rebellious group of farmers and scientists deem the true spirit of the organic movement. About 15 farmer ... more

Salmonella in chicken salad kills 1, sickens 265 in 8 states

Chicken salad made by an Iowa food processing company and distributed by Fareway Stores in the Midwest sickened 265 people in eight states and caused one death in Iowa from salmonella contamination, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. The outbreak which sickened people ... more

Ohio company recalls more than 7 tons of BBQ beef

Federal authorities say an Ohio-based food company is recalling more than 14,000 pounds (7,000 kilograms) of pulled barbequed beef products that could be contaminated with rubber.  The U.S. agriculture department's Food Safety and Inspection Service reports that J.T.M. Provisions Co. of Har ... more

Taxing unhealthy food or drink would encourage half of Brits to cut back

75% of Brits say easier to understand nutritional information on product packaging would encourage them to reduce unhealthy eating/drinking. Low sugar is the number one factor Brits look for when seeking out healthy food. 57% of British female under-25s say they have unhealthy food/drin ... more

China-US tariff spat: Mostly losers, but some winners too

China's threat to raise tariffs on U.S. exports could be a disaster for American soybean farmers but a boon to their Brazilian and Argentine competitors, European aerospace companies and Japanese whiskey distillers. Regulators picked products China can get elsewhere when they made a $50 bil ... more

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Bovines online: Farmers are using AI to help monitor cows

No time to ruminate on that because the moment has arrived, thanks to a Dutch company that has married two technologies - motion sensors and AI - with the aim of bringing the barnyard into the 21st century. The company, Connecterra, has brought its IDA system , or "The Intelligent Dairy Far ... more

FrieslandCampina full speed ahead towards sustainable milk

Today, FrieslandCampina has announced that it will accelerate and further expedite its purpose driven strategy nourishing by nature with an even stronger commitment to sustainability. FrieslandCampina proposes to its members the introduction of a certified Top Dairy line with extra focus on ... more

analytica closes with record-breaking visitor attendance

analytica 2018 as the largest platform for digital transformation in the lab most international analytica in history analytica conference with new all-time highs The 26th analytica met with overwhelming interest. In the past four days, some 35,800 visitors from all over the world came ... more

Why alcohol, sugar lead to thirst

Why does drinking alcohol or consuming sugar make us thirsty? An international study of mice in Texas and humans in Europe reveals an unexpected anti-dehydration mechanism. In a study published today in Cell Metabolism, UT Southwestern researchers identify a hormone that acts on the brain t ... more

Nestle AGM Approves All Proposals Of Board

Swiss nutrition, health and wellness giant Nestle SA (NSRGY, NSTR.L) said that all proposals of the Board of Directors were approved with strong majorities at the Annual General Meeting. 1988 shareholders attended the Annual General Meeting today in Lausanne. They represented 54.6 percent o ... more

Are basil seeds the new chia?

Basil seeds have the potential to flourish as a seed ingredient like chia seeds. They are from the sweet basil plant Ocimum basilicum, also called Thai basil seeds, falooda, sabja, subza, selasih, or tukmaria. They are black in colour and can be consumed only after soaking them in water for ... more

EU proposes crackdown on unfair trading practices of food products

Small-scale food producers need the backing of the European Union to ensure that sales contracts are honoured, argued the EU Thursday as it proposed policies to stamp out unfair practices in wholesale food markets.  In its first proposal on regulating unfair practices in food trade, the Eur ... more

More organic than thou? Rebel farmers create new food label

Was your tomato grown in dirt or water? Organic shoppers might notice additional labels this summer that will give them the answer - and tell them whether their choices align with what a rebellious group of farmers and scientists deem the true spirit of the organic movement. About 15 farmer ... more

Taxing unhealthy food or drink would encourage half of Brits to cut back

75% of Brits say easier to understand nutritional information on product packaging would encourage them to reduce unhealthy eating/drinking. Low sugar is the number one factor Brits look for when seeking out healthy food. 57% of British female under-25s say they have unhealthy food/drin ... more

China-US tariff spat: Mostly losers, but some winners too

China's threat to raise tariffs on U.S. exports could be a disaster for American soybean farmers but a boon to their Brazilian and Argentine competitors, European aerospace companies and Japanese whiskey distillers. Regulators picked products China can get elsewhere when they made a $50 bil ... more

All news on dairy

analytica closes with record-breaking visitor attendance

analytica 2018 as the largest platform for digital transformation in the lab most international analytica in history analytica conference with new all-time highs The 26th analytica met with overwhelming interest. In the past four days, some 35,800 visitors from all over the world came ... more

Why alcohol, sugar lead to thirst

Why does drinking alcohol or consuming sugar make us thirsty? An international study of mice in Texas and humans in Europe reveals an unexpected anti-dehydration mechanism. In a study published today in Cell Metabolism, UT Southwestern researchers identify a hormone that acts on the brain t ... more

Nestle AGM Approves All Proposals Of Board

Swiss nutrition, health and wellness giant Nestle SA (NSRGY, NSTR.L) said that all proposals of the Board of Directors were approved with strong majorities at the Annual General Meeting. 1988 shareholders attended the Annual General Meeting today in Lausanne. They represented 54.6 percent o ... more

Are basil seeds the new chia?

Basil seeds have the potential to flourish as a seed ingredient like chia seeds. They are from the sweet basil plant Ocimum basilicum, also called Thai basil seeds, falooda, sabja, subza, selasih, or tukmaria. They are black in colour and can be consumed only after soaking them in water for ... more

EU proposes crackdown on unfair trading practices of food products

Small-scale food producers need the backing of the European Union to ensure that sales contracts are honoured, argued the EU Thursday as it proposed policies to stamp out unfair practices in wholesale food markets.  In its first proposal on regulating unfair practices in food trade, the Eur ... more

More organic than thou? Rebel farmers create new food label

Was your tomato grown in dirt or water? Organic shoppers might notice additional labels this summer that will give them the answer - and tell them whether their choices align with what a rebellious group of farmers and scientists deem the true spirit of the organic movement. About 15 farmer ... more

Taxing unhealthy food or drink would encourage half of Brits to cut back

75% of Brits say easier to understand nutritional information on product packaging would encourage them to reduce unhealthy eating/drinking. Low sugar is the number one factor Brits look for when seeking out healthy food. 57% of British female under-25s say they have unhealthy food/drin ... more

China-US tariff spat: Mostly losers, but some winners too

China's threat to raise tariffs on U.S. exports could be a disaster for American soybean farmers but a boon to their Brazilian and Argentine competitors, European aerospace companies and Japanese whiskey distillers. Regulators picked products China can get elsewhere when they made a $50 bil ... more

Study suggests pasta can be part of a healthy diet without packing on the pounds

Carbohydrates get a lot of bad press and blame for the obesity epidemic, but a new study suggests that this negative attention may not be deserved for pasta. Unlike most ‘refined’ carbohydrates, which are rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream, pasta has a low glycemic index, meaning it caus ... more

‘On-the-go’ consumers driving sales of snacks across Europe

Shoppers opt for lighter snacking choices to suit healthy and busy lifestyles Spirits and beers also winners with value sales up across all countries Demand for convenience and food and drink ‘on-the-go’ is helping to drive sales of snacking products, particularly crisps and salty snack ... more

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