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Board agrees in principle to split Sara Lee
January 28, 2011, Downers Grove, Ill. – Sara Lee’s board of directors has agreed in principle to divide the company into two separate, publicly traded entities.
Mexico to be a featured exhibitor at CRFA Show
January 28, 2011, Toronto - This year’s Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA) Show will include a pavilion showcasing a range of products from Mexico.
Richardson investing in expanded canola processing
January 27, 2011, Winnipeg – Richardson International Limited is investing $15 million to expand and enhance its canola oil processing plant in Lethbridge, Alta.
Ivory Coast ban puts cocoa market in turmoil
January 27, 2011, Kansas City - Cocoa bean futures prices shot to one-year highs and approached 30-year highs earlier this week, after the Ivory Coast announced a 30-day ban on cocoa and coffee exports. | READ MORE
U.S. consumers losing interest in food labels: NPD
January 26, 2011, Chicago – Sixteen years after Nutrition Facts labels appeared on the nearly every food and beverage in stores, interest in reading the labels has waned among U.S. households, according to market research by The NPD Group.
Vegetarian vitamin D targets global deficiencies
January 26, 2011, Montreal - Lallemand Bio-Ingredients is promoting a new vegetarian form of vitamin D, which the company claims can make a considerable dent in global deficiencies in the "sun vitamin." | READ MORE
Servo technology drives clamshell labeling
January 26, 2011, Garfield, NJ - After trying and rejecting two pressure-sensitive labelers for automated labeling of cookie-filled plastic clamshells, Aunt Gussie's Cookies and Crackers found the machine it needed. |READ MORE
N.B. minister's dual minimum wage proposal stirs debate
January 24, 2011, Fredericton – The proposal from New Brunswick’s provincial finance minister calling for a two-tiered minimum wage system is receiving mixed reviews.
Ancient organic grain shows antioxidant properties
January 25, 2011, Bologna, Italy - Kamut Khorasan wheat, an ancient and organic grain, has antioxidant properties that protect against oxidative stress better than modern wheat, according to a study published in Frontiers of Bioscience. | READ MORE
French Culinary Institute tests 3D food printer
January 25, 2011, Manhattan, NY - A 3D food printer built by a group of Cornell University scientists and students is now up and running at Manhattan's French Culinary Institute. | WATCH