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March 2, 2006

Danisco protects food and the consumers with a new range of allergen-free antimicrobials and protective cultures.  ...full story

February 15, 2006

The FDA document clarifies what the agency considers "whole grain" -- cereal grains that consist of the intact, ground, cracked or flaked fruit of the grains whose principal components are present in the same relative proportions as they exist in the intact grain. Consumers will be able to make better dietary choices based on consistent terminology.  ...full story

February 8, 2006

Dr. Jeffrey Barach, VP FPA:  Decision by the WTO underscores the importance of science-based reviews of agricultural biotechnology products.  ...full story

January 9, 2006

The approval allows LycoRed to market natural lycopene as a colorant for foods and beverages.  ...full story

March 14, 2006

A FSA review to identify potential gaps in regulation or risk assessment relating to the use of nanotechnologies and the potential deliberate or adventitious presence of manufactured nanomaterials in food.

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March 9, 2006

via Food Business Review Online

The Soil Association has teamed up with organic food manufacturer Organix in a campaign targeting additives in children's food products.

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March 9, 2006

via New York Times

The next generation may not be the Pepsi generation — or the Coke generation, for that matter.

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March 3, 2006

via Monterey Herald

Rules to limit food-borne illnesses  ...full story

March 1, 2006

via Drug Researcher

Be it recombinant proteins in milk, polyclonal antibodies in eggs or digestive enzymes in corn, the potential of transgenic animals and plants for the cheap and efficient production of biopharmaceuticals is huge, leading to sales of more than $12bn (€10bn) by 2012 according to market research firm Kalorama. But the rejection by the European Medicines Agency (EMEA) of ATryn has given the biotech industry some unappetising food for thought.
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February 28, 2006

via Washington Post

States require an array of warnings on food labels, a mandate the House is seeking to undo, critics warned Tuesday.  ...full story






Jan Grøndal,
Vice President,
Technology and Manufacturing,
Einar Willumsen

Executive Member Profiles:

A pioneer of novel applications for specialty foods and processes, Jan Grøndal’s career in food science has been fueled by his creative spirit and desire to expand future markets with the fruits of his labor. Today, at the culmination of a notable career, Grøndal puts his talents to service with Einar Willumsen; as Vice President of Technology and Manufacturing he is responsible for the companies manufacturing, application and quality control laboratories in both Sweden and Denmark, as well as a  ...full story

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Mike Augustine, Vice President of Food Ingredients Applications and Technical Services, Tate & Lyle

Henk Eertink, Manufacturing Excellence and TPM Director, Unilever Europe Foods

Patrick L. Kelly, Director of Quality and Food Safety, Grimmway Enterprises, Inc.

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