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Bakery project expenditures expected to surpass $1B
Bread and bakery project expenditures in the U.S. and Canada to build new plants, expand existing operations and upgrade facilities are expected to surpass $1 billion by mid-2014, indicates research by Industrial Info Resources.
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Majority of grocery shoppers won’t pay more for non-GMO
Two-thirds of primary grocery shoppers will not pay more for non-GMO products, but half of specialty store shoppers will, suggests new market research from NPD Group.
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Barry Callebaut takes over remaining 51% of Biolands
The Biolands Group, a certified bean supplier comprising Biolands International in Tanzania, Bio-United in Sierra Leone and Biopartenaire in Côte d'Ivoire, is now fully owned by Barry Callebaut.
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Lesaffre confirms yeast products free of ADA and potassium bromate
Amid recent concerns regarding the use of azodicarbonamide (ADA) and potassium bromate as flour and dough strengtheners, Lesaffre North America announced that all its products are free of both. The concerns around ADA and potassium bromate stem from links to causing cancer in laboratory animals.
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Survey: Canadians missing the mark with fruits and veggies consumption
A recent survey by the Florida Department of Citrus (FDOC) and EKOS Research Associates found that 90 per cent of Canadian adults fall short of meeting Canada's Food Guide's recommended servings of seven to 10 fruits and vegetables per day.
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