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EUROPEAN COMMISSION PROPOSES EU TRANS FAT LIMIT

 

THE EUROPEAN Commission has asked food manufacturers and retailers to comment on a draft regulation that would insist that food sold to European Union (EU) consumers contain a maximum 2 grams of trans fat (other than that naturally occurring in animal fat) for every 100 grams of fat in a serving.…

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USMCA DEAL PUSHES AMERICAN DAIRY INTO PROTECTED CANADIAN MARKET – ALTHOUGH GAINS WILL BE INCREMENTAL

COMMENTATORS may scoff at President Donald Trump’s ‘Art of the Deal’ negotiating pretentions, but it would be hard to argue that the American food sector was not a winner in the new USA-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) trade deal, stuck on September 30.…

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NEW NORTH AMERICAN TRADE DEAL PROMOTES REGULATORY HARMONISATION – EUROPEAN EXPORTERS COULD BENEFIT

THE PLASTICS industries of the United States, Canada and Mexico have something to cheer about – at last – from American trade policy – a north American trade deal that cuts regulatory barriers as well as tariffs. But as these three plastics markets – with a combined population of close to 500 million people – become more integrated, will this make them a tougher mark for European plastics exporters, who lack trade deals with the USA, especially.…

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SENEGAL DAIRY INDUSTRY FAILS TO MEET LOCAL DEMAND – EUROPEAN EXPORTERS SAY IT S NOT THEIR FAULT

COLLABORATION between processors and national institutions is the key to boosting the

downtrodden dairy industry in Senegal, agriculture experts have warned, with European

suppliers denying their cheap exports are to blame for a dearth of dairy development in the west

African country.…

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EU/WTO REGULATORY ROUND UP - EU PROPOSES TRANS FAT LIMIT

 

THE EUROPEAN Commission has proposed a draft regulation that would insist that food sold to European Union (EU) consumers contain a maximum 2 grams of trans fat (other than that naturally occurring in animal fat) for every 100 grams of fat.…

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IRELAND’S DAIRY INDUSTRY GOES GLOBAL AND DIVERSIFIES, AS IT SEEKS INSULATION FROM BREXIT DISRUPTION

The recent sight of a Chinese internet celebrity in a milking parlour in Limerick could be a hint of what the future holds for Ireland’s increasingly international dairy industry. Xiao Lu Yu, one of the ‘influencers’ who monetise Chinese social media (see https://m.weibo.cn/status/4279583182420503

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INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ROUND UP – US-CHINA TRADE WAR HITS CONFECTIONERY EXPORTERS

 

AMERICAN confectioners may suffer from the latest tit-for-tat tariff exchange between the USA and China, with retaliatory duties from China targeting US confectionery exports. Many of these duties are high – at 25% – imposed from September 24 on US-made sugar; cocoa powder; milk powder; honey; jams; and more; plus 20% duties on US-made confectionery without cocoa; chewing gum; some chocolates; and more.…

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SCIENTISTS DEVELOP INNOVATIVE NANO-TUBE-BASED HAIR DYES THAT KEEP HAIR HEALTHY

Commercial partners are being sought to upscale a scientific research project developing a nano-technology-based hair colouring treatment which has “strong capabilities to revolutionise the cosmetics industry”, academics claim.

Researchers at Louisiana Tech University, in the USA, have developed a technique to dye or treat hair without using external chemicals, which can be harmful to hair.…

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IRISH DAIRY SECTOR HAS BECOME A BIG OVERSEAS EXPORTER

TIME was when dairy farming in Ireland was a family affair, with smallholdings and local dairies predominant. But those days are long gone. The Irish dairy sector is now big business, not just on Republic of Ireland’s 4.8 million population, but also overseas, with big brands targeting foreign markets.…

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PATANJALI LAUNCH WIDE RANGE OF NEW FOOD PRODUCTS

India’s Patanjali Ayurved, the fast-moving consumer goods company that trades on traditional values, has launched several dairy and food products including the liquid milk, yogurt, buttermilk and cottage cheese. It will also be marketing frozen vegetables, including peas, sweetcorn, potato chips (NOTE – NOT CRISPS) and assortment of mixed vegetables, the company has said in a statement.…

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