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India

PepsiCo to double investment in Indian snacks

PepsiCo chairman Indra Nooyi has pledged to double the company’s investment in its Indian food processing operation to add to the sizeable sums it has already spent in the country....

Destination China for Australian hemp

China might be one of the world’s biggest producers of hemp, but the quality of the crop is low compared to Australian imports, according to one of the first hemp...

Focusing on certification means no beef from consumers

Founded in the early ‘Nineties by a group of Australian pastoral families, OBE claims to be the “oldest, biggest and most trustworthy” supplier of organic beef. 

Blog: So you can’t find the right Asian distributor?

One of the more common gripes we hear at FoodNavigator-Asia from international companies looking to sell their products and services in Asia’s vast new market, is the loops they have...

Carob an unexpected hit in Hong Kong

When Michael Jolley left his carob orchard in South Australia to attend his first Asian food industry show in Hong Kong recently, he was amazed by the response of visitors...

Mussels and joints: A homegrown Kiwi advantage

Over half a century ago, Ben Winters Sr arrived in New Zealand from the Netherlands and soon established Aroma NZ, a manufacturer of freeze-dried marine products including green lipped mussels.

Asia takes guts, but Australia’s complementary landscape has your back

With Australia's domestic market maturing, many complementary health companies are seeing the growth that some of the big brands are enjoying in Asia and are keen to ride in on...

Chinese retailer introduces infant formula recall insurance

Chinese retailer Suning Redbaby has reportedly begun offering an infant formula insurance policy that compensates customers in the event of a recall.

Australia

Pacific island organic inspectors leave Australia with new skills

Australia’s oldest organic certification authority last week has completed a training programme that it hopes will help support the fledgling organic sector in developing nations.

Analyst savages Coca-Cola Amatil for ‘really poor company culture’

Merrill Lynch analyst David Errington has savaged Coca-Cola Amatil’s former management – insisting that they ‘compromised the business to meet short-term earnings targets’ in 2013.

Treasury Wine Estates hints at possible US acquisitions

Troubled Australian wine group and takeover target Treasury Wine Estates wants to accelerate its high-value US business and is exploring possible acquisitions or takeovers there.

Vitafoods Asia 2014

Epax keen to discuss the benefits of premium omega 3

Epax, a leading supplier of high-purity, marine-derived, premium grade omega-3 fatty acid concentrates, will exhibit its premium-quality Omega-3 EPA/DHA Core and Ultra ranges of high concentrates in TGN, TG and...

Vitafoods Asia 2014

Probiotic drops, shots and combos from Chr. Hansen

Dietary supplements industry professionals will have the opportunity to discuss current probiotic trends and business opportunities with Chr. Hansen’s probiotic experts.

Vitafoods Asia

Nutri Action eyeing worldwide distributors for Collagen Jelly Stick

Malaysia’s Nutri Action comes to Vitafoods looking for worldwide distributors for its Collagen Jelly Stick.

Vitafoods Asia 2014

ADM brings its functional ingredients capabilities to Hong Kong

Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) will be showcase Textura, a new line of protein crisps that can be customised to individual formulation needs, at Vitafoods Asia. 

Vitafoods Asia 2014

AstaReal brings new cold water dispersible astaxanthin beadlets

AstaReal will introduce an innovative new form of astaxanthin at Vitafoods Asia 2014. The EL25 product features cold water-dispersible beadlets with 2.5% astaxanthin content and is optimised for use in powder formulations.

Vitafoods Asia 2014

Natural Wellbeing targets Asia

Natural Wellbeing, one of the UK’s biggest suppliers and manufacturers of vitamins, minerals and dietary food supplements, has singled out Asia as a target market.

Vitafoods Asia 2014

New features for this year's event

Following on from last year's Nutrition Innovation Award, this year Vitafoods will see two more industry accolades: Innovative Ingredient and Best New Finished Product.

Vitafoods Asia 2014

Vitafoods Asia launches new Market Insights Hub

Making its debut at Vitafoods Asia, the Market Insights Hub will offer independent micro-presentations from industry leaders with the aim of helping visitors and exhibitors better understand the business landscape...

Vitafoods Asia 2014

Conferences to cover halal, lipids, unique ingredients and regulation

Nutraceutical experts from around the world will lead the new Vitafoods Asia Conference, which takes place alongside Vitafoods Asia. 

News in brief

Agilent and Shimadzu in chromatography data system partnership

Agilent Technologies and Shimadzu Corp. have enabled control of each other’s GC instruments for respective chromatography data systems to provide analytical laboratories with more freedom when selecting a system.

Australia

Maggie Beer forced to amend misleading labels after ACCC wins action

The celebrity chef at the centre of an Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) ruling on misleading labelling has apologised to consumers and claimed the transgression was an innocent mistake.

Hershey suspends US flavored milk shipments to China

Shipments of Hershey’s brand flavored milk to China have been suspended after a consignment found to contain unapproved ingredients was destroyed.

Tea Board of India attacks ‘sensational’ Greenpeace wording in pesticide row

The Tea Board of India has attacked Greenpeace for ‘sensational’ wording in a report claiming teas sold by the likes of Unilever and TATA Global Beverages contain illegal pesticide residues.

'NO EVIDENCE OF AN IMMINENT THREAT': CARLSBERG

Carlsberg steps up security at Malaysian brewery on Islamic State attack threat

Carlsberg tells BeverageDaily.com it is maintaining heightened security at its Malaysian brewery near Kuala Lumpur, after sympathizers of terrorist organization Islamic State told police they had planned to attack the...

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