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SIAL Paris 2024 to celebrate its 60th anniversary

SIAL Paris promises an exceptional edition in 2024 as the world's largest trade show in the food industry celebrates its 60th anniversary. There will be lots of surprises in store for visitors! Poster of the inaugural international food show (Photo: www.sialparis.com/en/the-show/our-story) It was a major event in 1964: the first Salon International de l'Alimentation (International…

Bonchon unveils its Yangnyeom sauce

Bonchon, world-famous for its Korean-style fried chicken, adds a new string to its culinary bow with the introduction of Yangnyeom sauce.

Agri-food trade between Europe and Asia is thriving, figures reveal

Agri-food trade between Europe and Asia is thriving, with several Asian countries being among the European Union’s key import and export partners, figures released by the European Commission have shown. Notably, China ranks in third place in the world among destinations for EU agri-food exports, behind only the United Kingdom and the United States, with…

Coca-Cola introduces Coca-Cola Y3000

Coca-Cola has unveiled its latest innovation, Coca-Cola Y3000 as the first flavor co-developed using both human intuition and artificial intelligence.

Halal market in the spotlight at SIAL’s Food & Drinks Malaysia

By 2030, it is forecast that 73% of the world’s middle class will be in the Asia Pacific region. The Halal market section at the inaugural Food & Drinks Malaysia event by SIAL, held in the primarily Muslim country, was one of the main pillars of the show. One of the event's highlights was the…

Africa’s food and agriculture sector could be worth $1 trillion by 2030, analysts suggest

Africa’s food and agriculture market could more than triple in size by the end of the decade, analysts have said in an upbeat assessment of the continent’s prospects as a possible net exporter of food. But they have highlighted a wide range of reforms, including streamlining supply chains, clamping down on corruption and improving finance…

Gordon Ramsay’s frozen entree line

The British chef Gordon Ramsay has announced on September, 5th, the introduction of "By Chef Ramsay", his frozen entree line .

Wine production: France overtakes Italy as no. 1 for first time in nine years

France has overtaken Italy as the world's leading wine producer as extreme weather and fungal disease have ravaged many Italian regions Wine output from Italy dropped to 44m hectares in 2023, or by 12%, from 50m hectares, compared with 2022. This year will see Italy's smallest wine harvest in the past six years, and France…

Bonduelle Fresh Americas unveils new Ready Pac Bistro Meal kits

Bonduelle Fresh Americas, the powerhouse behind the acclaimed Ready Pac Bistro range, has unveiled its latest culinary innovation: the Ready Pac Bistro Meal Kits.

How AI is changing the food and beverages industry

The integration of advanced AI and machine learning techniques in this domain has brought about significant improvements in food waste management, deliveries, and food safety. Big data analytics and machine learning models enable AI to extract valuable insights into consumer demands and preferences, driving product innovation and customer satisfaction.

Lamb Weston snaps up the major Australian producer Crackerjack potato cake demand grows

The Australian frozen potato products firm Crackerjack Foods has been snapped up by the Oceania division of the US-based company Lamb Weston. In making the purchase, Lamb Weston, a specialist in potatoes and fries, will strengthen its position in the Australian foodservice sector, as this is Crackerjack’s focus. Crackerjack, which reportedly has an annual turnover…

SIAL INDIA 2023: A FRESH VENUE FOR AN EVEN BETTER EXPERIENCE

From 7th to 9th December 2023, sial India will be held at the the India International Convention and Expo Centre (IICC).

Food firms join calls for new animal welfare legislation for the European Union

European food companies, food trade organisations and food researchers have signed an open letter calling on Ursula von der Leyen, the European Commission president, to introduce new animal welfare legislation during her current term in office. Fediaf, the trade association for the pet food sector in Europe, along with food companies and organisations such as…
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