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With the improving economic conditions in the emerging countries, Asia Pacific’s chocolate market is set to grow two percent faster than Europe and North America...
The US$175 million loan agreement with IFC, a member from the World Bank Group, will finance Singapore-based Olam International’s four food processing facilities in Nigeria...
With promises and pledges for not only sustainability, but food security and worker’s rights too, how are the world’s top 10 food firms progressing? Oxfam’s...
With India predicted to become the world’s fifth largest consumer economy by 2025, it is no wonder Singaporean manufacturers want to enter this market.
The financial agreement between the United Nation’s International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the government of Sri Lanka will improve food security and support...
With the acquisition, Swisslog Warehouse and Distribution Solutions has now enhanced its portfolio of the pallet shuttle automated storage and retrieval systems offerings.
According to market researcher Mintel, four mega-trends are dominating the Asia Pacific food and beverage market: healthier alternatives, brand stories, visual eating and changing lifestyles.
Following recent scandals, the Shanghai food and drug administration (FDA) will expand their food and drug blacklist, and violators will face stricter inspections, more public...
According to a Visiongain report, consumers’ interest and demand for healthier options for meat and protein alternatives will drive growth in this market.
To drive global competitiveness, Malaysia has suggested for a common food safety certification system with its fellow Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states.