Daily Archives: February 19, 2010

Sara Lee Introduces New Sara Lee® Soft & Smooth® Plus Made with DHA Omega-3 Bread

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First Nationally Distributed Bread of Its Kind Provides New Way to Incorporate DHA-Omega 3 into Children’s Diets Sara Lee North American Fresh Bakery today announced the expansion of its successful Soft & Smooth bread line with the introduction of its new Sara Lee® Soft & Smooth Plus breads Made with DHA Omega-3. Based on a growing body of scientific evidence,… Read more »

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General Mills hails global cereal venture as success

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Highlighted by compound annual sales growth of 11% since 2005, Cereal Partners Worldwide “ranks as one of the biggest and best new food companies created in the past 20 years,” said Christopher D. O’Leary, executive vice-president and chief operating officer, international, General Mills, Inc. Mr. O’Leary offered an overview of CPW as part of a wide-ranging presentation by General Mills… Read more »

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Emulsifiers meet multiple demands

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Natural emulsifiers are taking a larger share of the market, reports Sarah Houlton, with lecithin cornering the lion’s share. But there are even wider alternatives available to manufacturers sourcing emulsifiers for their products. Many different food types, from bread to chocolate to beverages, rely on emulsifiers for their texture and stability. According to Arthi V (her full name is much… Read more »

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Nestle optimistic about 2010

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Chocolate giant Nestle is eyeing continued growth in 2010 following stronger-than-anticipated figures for 2009. It has been reported that the Swiss firm posted full year profits of 10.4 billion Swiss francs (£6.2 billion). The firm, which makes brands including Kit Kat and Nescafe, saw growth across a number of sectors, with only bottled water posting a decline, with a sales… Read more »

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