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Kosher Under Criticism for Food Safety Issues

Kosher, beyond its obvious religious significance, also stands for healthy and safe in consumers’ minds. Now, a new study has made the unsettling discovery that kosher chicken may be harbouring more pathogenic bacteria than conventionally reared and slaughtered birds, not less. This is not the first time that the safety of kosher food has been […]
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High Protein Trend Set to Revive Peanuts

Download as pdf A sign that economic recovery is picking up in the UK, Christmas dinners are set to be cheaper this year, down by an estimated 21.0% year-on-year in nominal GBP terms. British households typically enjoy a meal of turkey, ham, brussels sprouts and potatoes on Christmas day, with wholesale prices in November dictating […]
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Health and Wellness Fraud Can Only Get Worse

Food fraud has been committed since the dawn of time. A recent draft report issued by the European Union highlights that health and wellness-positioned products are at the top of the list in terms of mislabelling and adulteration. Unfortunately, the challenging economic climate only encourages this kind of activity, and as government watchdogs’ resources are […]
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Commodities Roundup: August 2013

On the surface, wheat prices seemed to be stagnant in August.  However, the USDA called for high crop prospects in Spain, France and Germany which lowered wheat prices. Freezing temperatures in Argentina and the subsequent crop loss raised prices and wheat futures leveled out going into September. Francisco Redruello, Senior Food Analyst at Euromonitor, also […]
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Rise of the Carnivores

Download as pdf A sign that economic recovery is picking up in the UK, Christmas dinners are set to be cheaper this year, down by an estimated 21.0% year-on-year in nominal GBP terms. British households typically enjoy a meal of turkey, ham, brussels sprouts and potatoes on Christmas day, with wholesale prices in November dictating […]
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Hear Us Speak at the ECA Cocoa Conference

Download as pdf A sign that economic recovery is picking up in the UK, Christmas dinners are set to be cheaper this year, down by an estimated 21.0% year-on-year in nominal GBP terms. British households typically enjoy a meal of turkey, ham, brussels sprouts and potatoes on Christmas day, with wholesale prices in November dictating […]
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The Potential of Food and Beverage Production in China

China, a global leader in food and beverage production, has a strong presence in the manufacturing of pastas, starches and animal feed. However, tight natural resources and land shortages threaten this production. Viktorija Korsakiene, Industrial Manager at Euromonitor International, explains China’s opportunities and threats in the production of foods and beverages. Download as an MP3
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Commodities Roundup: July 2013

Good weather is leading to a larger than expected corn crop in 2013 leaving global stockpiles high and prices low. Wheat on the other hand is a winner amongst grains – demand for wheat is high, and stores are low – leading to high prices. Francisco Redruello, Senior Food Analyst at Euromonitor, also discusses sugar, […]
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Lack of ‘Magic Ingredient’ for Sodium Reformulation Necessitates a Partnership Approach to Retaining Shelf Life in Foods

Download as pdf A sign that economic recovery is picking up in the UK, Christmas dinners are set to be cheaper this year, down by an estimated 21.0% year-on-year in nominal GBP terms. British households typically enjoy a meal of turkey, ham, brussels sprouts and potatoes on Christmas day, with wholesale prices in November dictating […]
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Protein Products Flourish in Finland

Consumer interest in naturally high protein products has been growing rapidly in Finland, bolstered by mainstream media attention. Sales, especially in the dairy category, have posted significant gains within the past few years. For example, sales of dairy products fromage frais and quark doubled in retail volume terms from 2009-2011. Protein-fortified foods are launching on […]
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Commodities Roundup: May 2013

Wheat futures dropped by two percent in May and was a frantic month for traders. During the first three weeks of the month, production output was upgraded and wheat prices were lowered. However, a strain of genetically modified wheat was discovered on farms in Oregon in the US, and several Asian countries withheld wheat orders […]
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Commodities Roundup: April 2013

Rising futures was the theme for April, with Chicago wheat futures rising by eight percent due to weak exports from Russia. London Cocoa futures also rose in April, up five percent due to supply concerns from Indonesia, where rain is delaying the ongoing harvest. In a large surge, Fonterra skim milk powder increased by 27 […]
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Food Prices Spike: Causes and Consequences

Rising oil costs, changing weather patterns and new government policies have caused food prices to rise recently. In addition, global demand for food has increased. When demand increases, prices increase as well. Deborah Cross, Food Industry Analyst at Euromonitor, discusses these factors in more detail, highlighting why price increases could bring positive changes in consumer […]
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Commodities Roundup: June 2013

The big story for agricultural commodities this month was corn prices, plummeting by US $5,500 per contract in the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. The US Department of Agriculture predicts this season’s crop to be 200 million tonnes larger than the last crop, creating a bulk supply and, inevitably, lower prices. In this podcast, Francisco Redruello, Senior […]
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