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Hemp aromas and extracts

Bell Flavors & Fragrances EMEA presents natural product portfolio

11-Sep-2019

Inspired by current consumer trends and market dynamics for hemp-based food and beverage products, Bell Flavors & Fragrances EMEA presents its new product line focused on innovation and functionality for the development of authentic, natural market products. The new range of natural flavours and ...

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Kusmi Tea and Chantal Thomass in the fight against breast cancer

Price of crop continues to rise - But cultivation too difficult due to ban on pesticides

05-Sep-2019

As part of the Pink Ribbon campaign, pink ribbons are worn every year in October to raise public awareness of breast cancer. Against this background, Kusmi Tea has consistently supported the charity "Le Cancer du Sein, Parlons-en !" since 2015. (in German: "Brustkrebs, sprechen wir drüber!"), ...

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Europe-wide animal welfare campaign targets Iglo

05-Sep-2019

The Albert Schweitzer Stiftung für unsere Mitwelt and allied animal welfare organisations throughout Europe call on Nomad Foods to improve the husbandry conditions of its chickens for fattening. With its brands Iglo, Findus, Birds Eye and others, the group is Europe's leading supplier of frozen ...

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iglo rolls out Nutri-Score in Belgium and the Netherlands

After introduction in France and Germany, now also in Belgium and the Netherlands

30-Aug-2019

In continental Europe, iglo is setting a sign for more transparency and orientation for consumers. Following the parallel launch of Nutri-Score at the beginning of the year in France and Germany, the national subsidiaries of the Nomad Foods Group are now rolling out Nutri-Score in Belgium and the ...

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France bans titanium dioxide in food from 2020

24-Apr-2019

The substance is permitted and is used, for example, in toothpaste and cheese. But is it potentially dangerous to health? France wants to take him out of circulation soon for food - and Germany? Because of health concerns, France bans the white dye titanium dioxide in food. The ban is to apply ...

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Sustainability yes, but only at a fair price

Shoppers bought in 2018 environmentally and price-consciously

07-Jan-2019

IRI's European Shopper Survey confirms that consumers will be more conscious in 2018 - 61 percent of younger shoppers look for product information online, preferably on their smartphone. Seven out of ten European buyers reward sustainability, but just under half (48 percent) do not want to pay ...

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Europe now dominates craft beer innovation

21-Sep-2018

The 185th Oktoberfest starts in Munich this weekend (22 September), shining a spotlight on age-old brewing techniques and the popularity of artisan beers. High-end, small batch and expertly-crafted beer, or ‘craft beer’ as it is more commonly known, has shot to global prominence in the span of ...

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Katjes wants to merge its French business with CPK

31-Aug-2018

The confectionery manufacturer Katjes intends to merge its French and Belgian business with its French competitor CPK. Exclusive negotiations with CPK", Katjes International, the Group's subsidiary, announced on Wednesday in Emmerich (North Rhine-Westphalia).The merger would create a new ...

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Price inflation and higher production costs drive Olive Oil market up to €3bn

European Shoppers focus more on quality than price with Olive Oil purchases as volume sales decline – IRI analysis

20-Jul-2018

Poor harvest conditions continue to provide a challenging backdrop to the Olive Oil market, according to the latest analysis of value and volume sales across Europe (UK, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands) by IRI, the big data and technology expert for consumer ...

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250-year-old French wine sells for 103,700 euros

28-May-2018

A bottle of wine made in 1774 sold for 103,700 euros (122,000 dollars) at auction in France on Saturday, local media reported. The bottle of Vin Jaune (yellow wine) from the Jura region was made by winemaker Anatoile Vercel when King Louis XVI was on the throne, according to news agency AFP. It ...

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