All news articles for May 05, 2014

Cereal makers should consider incorporating black grains into products in China because of the health connotations, Datamonitor Consumer says

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Black cereal: How to make a splash in China

By Kacey CULLINEY

Black ingredients are considered healthier in China and black breakfast cereals are making a debut splash in the market; a trend Western companies should take note of, says a Datamonitor researcher.

Australian regulator starts legal action against Coles

Australian regulator starts legal action against Coles

By Andrew Schreiber

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has started proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia against local supermarket giant Coles over an alleged breach in the country’s consumer laws.

Acrylamide forms naturally in carbohydrate-rich foods like chips

Oz acrylamide, aluminium levels safe yet still 'potentially harmful'

By RJ Whitehead

Food Standards Australia New Zealand, the Australasian regulator, has said that consumers’ exposure to acrylamide and aluminium through their diets is within international guidelines, even if these levels are still sufficient to pose a concern to health.

In pics: FAO recognises traditional farming in China, Korea and Iran

In pics: FAO recognises traditional farming in China, Korea and Iran

By RJ Whitehead

Six traditional farming systems in China, Iran and South Korea known for their unique characteristics and approaches to sustainability have been designated Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture...

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