Call fo vigilance against food adulteration
In India the quality of ingredients used in foods is often questionable due to adulteration. Food produced in the unorganised sector and consumed by the poor is known to cause health problems.
Quality key to survival of spices export: Board
India is known as the Land of Spices and our country earns a considerable amount of foreign exchange from the export of spices.
Explore the trends at Fi India
Held in the bustling city of Mumbai, this important exhibition will enable you to actually see, smell and taste the food ingredients that are about to have an impact on the food ingredients industry across the whole subcontinent.
Food laws need to be re-looked
Nensey Food Ingredients was established in 2003 in India to set up an exclusive marketing office for Mühlenchemie GmbH, Germany, an 85 years old world-renowned German company very well known for flour treatment and improvement.
AP still lags behind in supply
It is Hyderabad's proud boast that almost all visitors to the city commit to their memories of the special flavours of "Hyderabadi biryani." But many may not be conscious of the fact that the city is still lagging behind
OmniActives to press its defences against Kemin law suit
Kemin, producer of the supplement ingredient FloraGlo lutein has filed a suit in US District Court for the Middle District of Florida against OmniActive Health Technologies, Inc.
Biocon focuses on food additives for the F&B sector
The biotech major Biocon has a significant presence in the food and beverage sector. The company provides a variety of food additives such as emulsifiers, hydrocolloids, natural colours, speciality fats, specialised proteins
Nutritional supplement reduces anaemia by more than half among poor children
Several deaths of children due to malnutrition were reported from Mumbai recently. The following findings of a recent study done by the American Society of Nutrition offer insights on how to reduce anaemia due to malnutrition among poor children