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Don't try to tell a Thai which kind of mango he should like

Case study: Synergy's new Bangkok hub

Don't try to tell a Thai which kind of mango he should like

By RJ Whitehead

Last month, Synergy, the Irish-owned flavours and ingredients company, opened a new manufacturing facility in Thailand, making it the latest in a long line of Western companies tapping the country as a major outpost.

Rushi, J-Oil and Toyota form edible oil super-corporation in India

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Rushi, J-Oil and Toyota form edible oil super-corporation in India

By RJ Whitehead

Ruchi Soya, one of India's biggest food companies has entered into a joint-venture with J-Oil, Japan's leading edible oil business, and Toyota Tsusho Corporation, the global trading firm. The aim of the partnership is to develop and manufacture...

Norwegians debut 'compressed' omega-3 tablets

Norwegians debut 'compressed' omega-3 tablets

By Shane STARLING

A Norwegian start-up says its patent pending compression technology has allowed it to commercialise omega-3 powder that can be formulated in hard tablets rather than capsules.

Nestlé quashes rumours of Punjab pull-out

Nestlé quashes rumours of Punjab pull-out

By RJ Whitehead

Nestlé India has quashed rumours that it will withdraw from its first dairy unit in the country by committing to a Rs250 crore (US$45m) expansion to the Moga plant in Punjab.

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