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EU crack down on salmonella

EU crack down on salmonella

European Commissioner David Byrne welcomed the Agriculture
Council's decision this week on new rules to cut the incidence of
foodborne diseases in the European Union. Salmonella alone costs
the EU an estimated €2.8bn.

Agent for change

Agent for change

The common food ingredient pectin may be more valuable than thought
as it has significant prebiotic properties, claims a US scientist.

Piggy feed

Piggy feed

A project funded by the European development organisation Eureka
has helped scientists to produce a fortifying feed for piglets
without the use of antibiotics.

GMO road show

GMO road show

A European road show will hit the trail next month in an effort to
help food companies understand tough new EU legislation on GMO
foods and ingredients.

DSM to buy Roche division

DSM to buy Roche division

Ending months of speculation Dutch life science products company
DSM announced today that is to pay CHF 3.5 billion (€2.4 billion)
for Roche's vitamins and fine chemicals division.
When Roche launched the sale of the division...

Non-GMOs take to the road

Non-GMOs take to the road

The full impact of new European regulations on genetically modified
foods has yet to be felt by the food industry. A EU-wide road show
next month could help companies get to grips with the tough new
legislation.

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