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Group links Indian government with alleged FDI scam

Group links Indian government with alleged FDI scam

By RJ Whitehead

According to India’s leading trade representative body, ministers have been making deals with multinational corporations that have led to the government quietly amending the fine-print of its move towards foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail.

Asian krill boom drives krill joint venture

Asian krill boom drives krill joint venture

By Shane Starling

Australian, Japanese, South Korean, Taiwanese and other Asian consumers are driving rising demand in omega-3 source krill to levels that have prompted Norwegian krill supplier, Rimfrost, to ink a production-boosting joint venture.

ADM set to snap up Australia's largest independent grains firm?

ADM gears up for $2.8bn takeover of GrainCorp

By Kacey Culliney

Archer Daniels Midland is in talks with Australian commodity giant GrainCorp after putting forward an offer just shy of US$2.8bn (A$2.7bn) for a cash takeover.

Haryana farmers demonstrate against GM corn trials

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Haryana farmers demonstrate against GM corn trials

By RJ Whitehead

Hundreds of farmers have turned out outside a regional research station in northern India as part of a peaceful protest against nearby open-air field trials of GM corn.

LycoRed gets local knowhow for Chinese market

LycoRed gets local knowhow for Chinese market

By Ankush Chibber

Further intensifying its efforts to crack the Chinese market, an Israel-based global premix supplier has inked a distribution agreement to ease into the local food manufacturing space.

NZ honey study's sweet and sour findings

NZ honey study's sweet and sour findings

By RJ Whitehead

A PhD student at New Zealand’s Lincoln University has found that nearly half of mono-floral honey bought from supermarkets in the country were not true to their labels.

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