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Recycled Energy Development to set up CHP projects at Dean Foods
By FBR Staff Writer
Recycled Energy Development (RED) has announced that it has won a contract to set up combined heat and power (CHP) projects at Dean Foods’ facilities in City of Industry, California, and Franklin, Massachusetts.
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ITC to set up second noodle facility in Kolkata
By FBR Staff Writer
Indian conglomerate ITC plans to establish a second noodle manufacturing facility in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal state, in a tie-up with Keventer Group. The INR500m plant ($9m) will manufacture Sunfeast Yippee Noodles with a production capacity of 50 tonnes of instant noodles per day.
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World Bank approves $120m to implement food technology in West Africa
By FBR Staff Writer
The World Bank has approved $120m in financing to improve food production in Ghana and Senegal by spreading new agricultural technologies, as a part of the West African Agricultural Productivity Programme.
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Monsanto to acquire Precision Planting for $210m
US-based multinational agricultural biotechnology Monsanto has entered into an agreement to acquire planting technology developer Precision Planting, for $210m. The agreement also includes a performance-based payment of up to $40m.
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Grow Green, PL Thomas & Co to introduce food safety products
By FBR Staff Writer
Grow Green Industries and PL Thomas & Co plan to introduce a new line of all-natural food safety and shelf-life enhancement products - eatSafe Natural Food Wash and eatFresh Natural Antimicrobial.
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Researchers to develop processing techniques to lower food allergy risk
By FBR Staff Writer
Food scientists at University of New South Wales, Australia, have entered into an agreement with Korea’s National Institute of Animal Science (NIAS), to develop processing techniques that alter the properties of allergenic proteins in milk and other food products, in order to lower the risk of food allergies.
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Private agribusiness companies support G8 $3bn Africa investment plan
By FBR Staff Writer
About 45 private agribusiness companies including some of the giants such as Syngenta and Monsanto have pledged their support to invest over $3bn in Africa, as part of the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition initiative announced by US President Barack Obama at the G8-Summit to boost food production.
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New EU-funded food technology project to lower food waste
By FBR Staff Writer
The European Commission has provided funding for a new food technology project that seeks to prevent food losses, in order to alleviate poverty in the deprived regions.
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World's first robotic milking rotary installed in Australia
By FBR Staff Writer
The world's first robotic milking rotary has been installed at a commercial pilot farm in Quamby Brook, Tasmania, Australia.
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Ireland launches technology transfer strategy to support food companies
By FBR Staff Writer
Teagasc - the Irish Agriculture and Food Development Authority - has launched food technology transfer strategy to support Irish food companies.
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Americans support existing food biotech labeling policy: Survey
By FBR Staff Writer
Americans are highly supportive of the current federal rules for labeling foods produced through biotechnology, according to a new survey conducted by the International Food Information Council (IFIC).
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Nigeria to implement new technology to boost food production
By FBR Staff Writer
Nigeria is planning to increase food production by implementing new technology, according to Minister of Science and Technology Ita Okon Bassey Ewa.
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K3 AX supplies ERP solution to luxury food firm Cottage Delight
By FBR Staff Writer
K3 AX, a software firm specializing in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), has announced that it has supplied an advanced Microsoft Dynamics AX business system to Staffordshire luxury food company Cottage Delight.
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SPX awarded $30m contract to install lactose processing system
By FBR Staff Writer
SPX, a US-based technology provider, has been awarded a contract worth more than $30m from ArNoCo, a joint venture between DMK and Arla Food Ingredients, to install a lactose processing system for a new cheese plant in Germany.
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Pall's GeneDisc assays for listeria testing receive AOAC Certification
By FBR Staff Writer
Pall Corporation has announced that its GeneDisc assays for listeria have received Performance Tested Methods (PTM) Certification from the AOAC Research Institute, one of the leading standards organizations.
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