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News of european food industry
hungary prepares for 'discriminatory' september 1 fat tax
e.coli crisis could prompt interest in irradiation for salads, iaea
ciaa renamed fooddrinkeurope to be “more immediately identifiable”
rabobank predicts consolidation wave to flow from private label trend
european food for life platform: targeted research for the future
food industry leaders gather sustainable palm oil seminar
taste rules over nutrition in uk food choices
science and innovation for a more sustainable food chain
health commissioner all for food innovation, but not at any cost
truefood – increasing the competitiveness and sustainability of europe’s food smes
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hungary prepares for 'discriminatory' september 1 fat tax

... hungary will introduce a fat tax as of september 1 this year -a move the food industry says is unnecessary and ineffective in achieving widespread dietary shifts ... foods like this will earn the hungarian government more coin from september 1, 2011 from september 1 hungarian food manufacturers will have to pay a tax of 10 forint (€0 ... discriminatory? fat taxes are an idea whose currency has grown in recent years as governments try to share healthcare costs, but the issue is complex as it becomes a moral battle about personal versus industry culpability for dietary intakes and their consequences ... the pan-european food industry body, food and drink europe, opposes fat taxes because it views them as being “discriminatory” ... the group has emphasised that such measures unfairly target particular types of food when it is overall dietary habits that are the problem (the argument that there are no bad foods par se, just bad diets) more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 26 July 2011   Category : food industries Economic
e.coli crisis could prompt interest in irradiation for salads, iaea

... coli scare in 2006, carl blackburn, food irradiation specialist at the iaea told foodproductiondaily ... the issue has once again raced up the food safety agenda in the aftermath of the deadly outbreak of e ... the technique destroys microbial populations, reduces the need for chemical pesticides and fumigants, and does not impair the flavour of the produce, said the specialist, whose division age is the joint iaea/ fao division for nuclear techniques in food and agriculture ... drawbacks but although some european countries already approve the use of irradiation for salads and the science is well developed, there are drawbacks related to implementation on a fully commercial scale, blackburn explained ... firstly, he said there is limited capacity, with few irradiation facilities that treat food for the eu market ... in the eu, there are less than 30 food irradiation facilities, he said, with another 10 facilities in non-eu countries which are allowed to irradiate food for the european market ... european law concerning which foods can be irradiated has yet to be fully harmonised, he said ... consumer perceptions the specialist also said that, despite any private enthusiasm for the technique from the european food industry, he felt that no one wanted to be the first to embrace the technology in public ... “eu law requires that irradiated-food is labelled as irradiated or treated with ionising radiation ... ” former efsa chairman professor patrick wall also agreed that consumers remained sceptical about the use of irradiation for food products ... “our anecdotal experience has been that food businesses are reluctant to adopt the technology due to concerns that consumers would choose not to buy their products if they are irradiated,” he told this publication ... “over the past few years, the us has had a number of high profile cases of food poisoning by e ... the future for irradiation despite the potential drawbacks of irradiation as a decontamination technique, blackburn said he was hopeful for the future, as recent advances in food irradiation technology include the development of commercial scale x-ray facilities more

 Source : foodqualitynews.com   Date : 28 June 2011   Category : Food And Health
ciaa renamed fooddrinkeurope to be “more immediately identifiable”

... europe’s food industry trade association ciaa has been renamed fooddrinkeurope as part of a rebranding exercise that includes the launch of a new website and logo ... the new name – fooddrinkeurope – has been chosen to ensure that the organisation is immediately identifiable as the body representing food and drink manufacturers at the european level ... alongside the name change, the trade association has launched a new website and logo, and published a cookbook with recipes from a range of european food industry stakeholders more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 24 June 2011   Category : Rest
rabobank predicts consolidation wave to flow from private label trend

... private label growth will set off a wave of consolidation in the european food industry but how each product category is affected will vary significantly, according to rabobank ... now rabobank has laid out its predictions on how the european food manufacturing industry will be affected by the change more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 6 June 2011   Category : Rest
european food for life platform: targeted research for the future

... the european confederation of food and drink industries (ciaa) has warned that the european food and drink industry's competitiveness on the global market is“at risk”, but measures already in place, such as the european technology platform (etp) on food for life, hold hope for a coordinated recovery ... the ciaa said that new and emerging economies such as china, india and brazil, are seeing growth in exports of value-added products – whilst over the last decade, europe's share of the global food and drink market has declined from 24 per cent to 20 per cent ... as part of our special series on food in the future foodnavigator ... com takes a look at the progress and plans for the european food for life platform – a technology platform aimed to engage the european food industry and research institutions in r&d that aims to develop new technologies and processes for the food products of the future ... the european technology platform (etp) on food for life, now in its sixth year, aims to deliver innovative, novel, and sustainable foods through focused research and technology transfer ... “since europe is increasingly unable to compete on cost alone, effective and rapid innovation will be needed to reverse this decline …european food companies are well-positioned to launch more value-added products due to the fact that they have access to superior technology,” said the ciaa ... the food for life platform believes that such targeted activities will support “a successful and competitive pan-european agro-food industry” based on technology transfer, sustainable food production and consumer confidence ... research priorities the ciaa recently said it wants to prioritise work on food and consumers, food chain management, and food quality and manufacturing, as the key focus of the food for life platform – in addition to the initial priorities of food and health, sustainable development of food and consumer trust in the food chain more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 21 January 2011   Category : food industries Economic
food industry leaders gather sustainable palm oil seminar

... approximately hundred participants – mostly representatives from the european food industry - attended the seminar ... oil palm has emerged as the world’s most important vegetable oil source and is essential to meet the food demands of the growing world population that by 2040-2050 will grow to 9 billion from 6 ... “the availability of sustainable palm oil continues to grow, and it’s important that food manufacturers acknowledge these sustainability efforts from growers by changing to source sustainable palm oil ... \"to help bring transparency to the market for sustainable palm oil, wwf published the 2009 palm oil buyer\'s scorecard which assessed 59 european retailers and manufacturers that use palm oil in their products\" said carrie svingen, wwf international manager for markets and communications related to sustainable palm oil and soy ... being a founding member, ioi is fully committed to the principles and criteria of the rspo and believes that these offer the best roadmap to the development of a truly sustainable global palm oil industry and actively participates in rspo initiatives to promote the growth and use of sustainable palm oil more

 Source : flex-news-food.com   Date : 27 October 2010   Category : Seminars,Congresses and festiv
taste rules over nutrition in uk food choices

... a new survey of uk consumers’ understanding of nutrition information on food labels found most had a good grasp of predominant front-of-pack schemes – but only 27 per cent used that info to inform their food choices ... deciding on the best nutrition labelling scheme has been a contentious issue in europe, as an all-eu system is anticipated in the new food information legislation ... while the european food industry largely likes its guidance daily amounts scheme, others – such as traffic lights, choices, and the swedish keyhole – also have staunch supporters ... the new study, published in the journal appetite, was conducted by the danish aarhus university and the european food information council with the cooperation of some major retailers ... the conclusion that the majority of consumers can decipher nutrition info from nutrition labels but base their purchasing decisions on taste considerations instead, reinforces the need to ensure that sensory properties of healthier food options are not overlooked ... “only when labelling policy is embedded in a broader nutrition policy that uses multiple instruments to increase interest in healthy eating can both understandability and use of nutrition information on food labels be expected to increase,” wrote prof grunert ... the uk study is part of a wider study of eu consumers’ attitudes to, and use of, food labelling info ... shift in positions and responsibilities in the uk the preferred approach was traffic lights but the food standards agency adjusted its approach after a combination scheme, using colours and gdas, was seen as preferred by consumers in an earlier study ... the new conservative-lib dem coalition government in the uk has signalled a preference for gdas – and responsibility for food labelling issues transferred from the fsa to government department for environment, food and rural affairs (defra) as of 1 october ... source: appetite 55(2):177-189“nutrition knowledge, and use and understanding of nutrition information on food labels among consumers in the uk” grunert, k more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 14 October 2010   Category : Codiments,Desserts,food additi
science and innovation for a more sustainable food chain

... all those involved in the food chain face questions such as how to provide safe and healthy food for a global population that is expected to reach 9 billion by 2050, how to ensure that agricultural and food production systems are sustainable in the long-term, and how to best promote innovation along the entire food chain ... representatives of efsa, european and italian institutions, the spanish presidency of the eu, and of food chain stakeholders met today in parma to seek answers to these questions ... “europe has a thriving food industry backed by centuries of tradition and know-how ... it can be challenging insofar as data in areas of new science such as nanotechnology or gmos can be limited and there may be significant areas of scientific uncertainty to address and communicate; but we are committed to meeting those challenges and to ensuring that european legislation is grounded in the best science ... when it comes to the food industry, safety is the essential precursor on which the food industry is built ... i want to see the european food industry at the cutting edge of progress and development whilst boosting the confidence of consumers ... ” “italy intends to participate actively in this process of innovation aimed at ensuring sustainable food production while providing a wide range of products for the consumer ... to this end, i intend to present the italian model as a point of reference for safety in food production which will mark its development through expo milano 2015 ... the creation of the ‘quality and food safety high school’, already provided for in the protocol signed with efsa’s executive director in the presence of commissioner dalli in parma on 12th of march 2010, is a concrete contribution to this project,” commented the italian minister for health, ferruccio fazio ... the conference, which coincides with the opening of the 15th cibus international food fair, was organised by efsa, the european commission’s directorate-general for health and consumers, under the auspices of the presidency of the italian council of ministers (presidenza del consiglio dei ministri) more

 Source : ausfoodnews.com.au   Date : 12 May 2010   Category : Food And Health
health commissioner all for food innovation, but not at any cost

... the eu commissioner for health and consumer policy has indicated that he supports science-based approaches to sustainability in the food chain, but not at the expense of safety and consumer confidence ... the topic has been aired once more today at a debate held in the italian city of parma today, seat of the european food safety authority (efsa), to coincide with the opening of the ciba international food fair ... when it comes to the food industry, safety is the essential precursor on which the food industry is built ... "i will pursue a policy of ‘responsible innovation’ in all relevant areas,” he told representatives of efsa, euro and italian institutions, the spanish presidency and food chain stakeholders today ... “i want to see the european food industry at the cutting edge of progress and development whilst boosting the confidence of consumers more

 Source : foodnavigator.com   Date : 10 May 2010   Category : Rest
truefood – increasing the competitiveness and sustainability of europe’s food smes

... truefood – increasing the competitiveness and sustainability of europe’s food smes 4 years of european traditional food production research and innovation (brussels, 14 april 2010) - truefood held its final conference, entitled "new roots for traditional european foods: possibilities for success and sustainability", in brussels yesterday ... the conference, which marked the end of 4 years of research and innovation, involving more than 6,000 smes across 15 european countries, focused on increasing the competiveness and sustainability of the traditional food sector ... the conference provided stakeholders with the opportunity to debate and share best practice in the area of traditional food production innovation ... with a project budget of €15,5 million the truefood project is one of the largest projects funded by the european commission under the sixth framework programme with regard to research & technology development ... the conference provided participants with the opportunity to interact with key players from the food production and academic sectors involved in traditional food production innovation, and allowed smes from across europe – including hak (nl), mirsa (hu), prosciutto di parma (it), les salaisons du pont d’amour (be), and many others – to showcase product innovations and success stories developed as part of the truefood project ... guest speakers at the conference included michel coomans (head of unit - food industry / enterprise dg), daniele rossi (spes – truefood project coordinator and director general federalimentare), and mella frewen (director general ciaa) ... according to daniele rossi: “although they are often overlooked, smes are absolutely fundamental to the european food industry and its future ... ” although the truefood project will finish in 2010, its work will continue under the coordination of, and using direct funding from, 12 national federation networks and ciaa, and the techno-scientific mediators will continue to feed into and support this work via the national technology platforms food for life more

 Source : ciaa.be   Date : 15 April 2010   Category : food industries Economic
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