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Aspartame sales plunge for Ajinomoto

Aspartame sales plunge for Ajinomoto

By Rod Addy

Global sales of aspartame “decreased considerably” during the first quarter of Ajinomoto’s financial year, according to the company.

FMC looks to surge its MCC capacity to cater to Asian demands

FMC to invest US$100m in Thailand manufacturing

By Kacey Culliney

Chemical specialist FMC Corporation has committed US$100m to a new microcrystalline cellulose manufacturing facility in Thailand as it pushes efforts to supply the Asian market.

Is the Indian food industry doing enough to listen?

Indian food industry needs to listen more: Report

By Ankush Chibber

The India food and beverage industry should reach out to its consumers and involve them in designing their food products, says a paper by a faculty member of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A).

The lack of dominance of wine brands in China spells opportunities, says MD of US wine firm

US alcohol firm to plug the Chinese wine brand gap

By Kacey Culliney

US premium alcohol specialist Winery Exchange has struck up a partnership with a local Chinese food and importing company in a bid to cash in on the lack of brands in China’s wine market, the MD said.

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