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Decision soon to be made on Indian sugar deregulation

India sweetens up on sugar deregulation in 2012

By Ankush Chibber

The Indian government is firm on sugar decontrol and would step back from this sector by the end of this year, a top official on the committee in charge of deregulation said.

India ponders sugar deregulation in 2012

India ponders sugar deregulation in 2012

By Ankush Chibber

The Indian Ministry of Food is in discussions with state governments and associated ministries to remove controls over the country’s sugar industry in the new year.

China inspects moon cakes, finds 96 per cent safe

China inspects moon cakes, finds 96 per cent safe

By Ankush Chibber

Food safety in China saw another big push with food inspectors combing down food units that are selling moon cakes, a food product that is in great demand during the mid-autumn festival.

India's top two sign co-branding deal for bakery products

India's top two sign co-branding deal for bakery products

By Ankush Chibber

India's biggest consumer products company and the biggest retailer have joined to co-develop and co-brand a line of bakery products, in what could be a sign of changing retail patterns for food products in India.

Experts defend GM trials after Greenpeace attack

Experts defend GM trials after Greenpeace attack

By Sarah Hills

Bringing a halt to genetically modified (GM) food trials would undermine competitiveness, according to one expert responding to the destruction of a GM wheat trial at a CSIRO farm in Canberra.

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