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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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April 4, 2006

via Beverage Daily

Soft drinks makers have been hauled before the European Commission to explain the presence of benzene traces in drinks, putting the industry under pressure after recalls in the UK.

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April 3, 2006

via Food Quality News

A federal court has dismissed a lawsuit brought by McNeil Nutritionals, the marketer of Splenda, against the Sugar Association, accusing it of false advertising.

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April 2, 2006

via Times Online

The number of children treated for life-threatening allergies to peanuts and other foods has more than doubled in five years, according to government research.  ...full story

March 31, 2006

via FoodNavigator.com Europe

The results of a study showing that soy products in the UK are correctly labelled with respect to GM contamination have been welcomed by the biotech industry.  ...full story

March 30, 2006

via Food Navigator USA

Some industries could achieve a reasonable payback from an investment in radio frequency identification (RFID) by 2008. Other sectors -- such as food manufacturers -- will have a tough time achieving such results, according to a consultancy report.

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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

Archived Member Profiles

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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