Nutrition

ADM opens two plants in China’s east

ADM opens two plants in China’s east

By RJ Whitehead

Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), the America-based agricultural processor, opened two feed ingredients plants in China last week as the country’s demand for food ingredients and animal nutrition continues to increase.

Ethanol byproduct could go some way to providing nutrition for malnourished children

special edition: Protein

Entrepreneur's frustration in marketing cheap protein for India's poor

By RJ Whitehead

There’s no shortage of children in India in need of cheap, high-quality and—crucially—vegetarian protein. Trouble is, there’s a chronic lack of companies wanting to produce it, and governments to promote it, even when its formulation could be massively...

BASF hikes vitamin B2 price 20%

BASF hikes vitamin B2 price 20%

By Shane STARLING

BASF tells us its 20% vitamin B2 (riboflavin) price hike is due to “rising demand” across human and animal nutrition, but gave no further data on the significant jump.

HEPI is investigating the use of its algae-derived active molecules to support joint health in dogs.

HEPI looking at pet market to fund nutraceutical development

By Hank Schultz

Health Enhancement Products Inc., a Michgan-based development stage company with potential markets in nutraceutical products derived from algae as well as a personalized health measurement testing platform, has settled on animal nutrition as its closest-to-market...

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