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New jointly-owned business will serve growing Russian food and beverage industry. Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) and Russia-based ASTON Foods and Food Ingredients have successfully received all required regulatory approvals and launched their 50-50 joint venture to provide sweeteners and starches to customers in Russia. ASTON is one of Russia’s largest agricultural and food ingredients businesses, with activities in farming, oilseeds crushing, edible oils and grain origination, in addition to its sweeteners and starches business unit. ADM has had operations in Russia since 1980. With the launch of the new joint venture, ADM and Aston will partner to own and operate ASTON subsidiary AKP, which includes a corn wet mill in Ibred, as well as a sales office in Moscow. Situated approximately 180 miles south east of Moscow, the Ibred plant is strategically located to serve major customers in the Russian food and beverage industry. “Our Joint Venture has now got an excellent opportunity to realize the synergies of cooperation between two companies having wide competences in production of the starches and sweeteners, as well as marketing and logistics. We expect to have a substantial effect from developing the product portfolio and implementation of the energy saving technologies”, said Vadim Vikoulov, CEO of ASTON, upon closing. “This investment is the latest in a series aimed at expanding ADM’s geographic footprint in regions of expected growth worldwide. We’re pleased to continue diversification with the expansion of our sweeteners and starches capabilities into Russia,” said Pierre Duprat, president, Europe, Middle East and Africa. “This is an exciting opportunity to bring together our experience and strengths to grow the jointly-owned corn business. With AKP, we are in an excellent position to serve our customers’ needs in Russia and meet anticipated growth in demand, both in the local market and globally.” Effective from June 29, 2018, the joint venture will operate under the name AKP and will be managed as a standalone entity. Its board will be made up of equal representation from the two parent companies. ADM and ASTON’s other businesses in Russia will remain separate. About Aston For more than 20 years, Aston has been one of Russia’s largest agricultural and food ingredient businesses. ASTON is the largest exporter of vegetable oils, the leading processor of oilseeds, the third largest exporter of Russian grain. It has a well-developed network of sunflower and corn origination and processing facilities in the western part of Russia, and is a key player in Russia’s significant edible oils and starch markets. The company includes enterprises for the production and processing of vegetable oil in Millerovo and Morozovsk (Rostov region), plants for the production of starches and syrups in the Ryazan and Vladimir regions, silo complexes in Rostov and Krasnodar regions, port terminals on the Don river and the deep sea transshipment facilities, shipyard, a fleet of dry cargo coasters and vegetable oil tankers as well as ocean bulk carriers for transportation of grain crops. ASTON supplies products across Russia as well as to Commonwealth of Independent States nations, Africa, Asia and the Far East. About ADM For more than a century, the people of Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) have transformed crops into products that serve the vital needs of a growing world. Today, we’re one of the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient providers, with approximately 31,000 employees serving customers in more than 170 countries. With a global value chain that includes approximately 500 crop procurement locations, 270 ingredient manufacturing facilities, 44 innovation centers and the world’s premier crop transportation network, we connect the harvest to the home, making products for food, animal feed, industrial and energy uses. source: http://www.aston.ru
Chr. Hansen’s latest launch helps cheesemakers to produce soft cheese that maintains the desired taste and texture The extension to the DVS® SSC series is the latest addition to Chr. Hansen’s soft cheese starter culture range. The product series now consists of four cultures and is designed to create soft cheese with a mild flavor and a creamy mouthfeel. Cheese with ‘insta-appeal’ In traditional soft cheese markets, millennial consumers seek cheese with a milder taste1 and a more aesthetic look2. Opportunities for export to new markets are also growing, meaning that flavor and texture needs to stay constant throughout a longer shelf life. Soft cheeses offer wide diversity in visual appearance and taste that can be achieved when starter cultures are combined with surface ripening cultures. “Consumers are becoming increasingly driven by visually appealing products. With soft cheese, there is such potential to boost and vary the aesthetics,” says Jens Skytte Soerensen, Commercial Development Manager for soft cheese at Chr. Hansen. “With this increase in consumer interest, it’s the right time to launch a product like DVS® SSC that helps cheesemakers to create soft cheeses that truly meet consumer expectations.” Consistent quality and performance During the first stage in cheese making, milk sugar is fermented into lactic acid using a starter culture. This is where cheesemakers can use DVS® SSC to craft flavor profiles that stay delicious and mild throughout storage. This is made possible by the careful selection of streptococcus thermophilus strains that support the low degradation of milk proteins and milk fat. The four robust cultures within the DVS® SSC series are carefully characterized and selected from 30,000 strains to ensure consistent performance. The system comprises of multiple strains in each culture and four cultures for rotation, which secures the right level of dry matter, stable end-pH and strong phage robustness. The science behind the soft cheese “The delicious creamy texture that consumers love is achieved by unique acidification properties and the slight formation of exopolysaccharides,” says Jens Skytte Soerensen. “So, it’s a science as well as true craftmanship that creates the perfect soft cheese.” Chr. Hansen has helped cheesemakers to reach new levels of craftsmanship since 1874. Now soft cheese cheesemakers can benefit from the range of effective starter culture systems, each offering different and specific benefits. source: https://www.chr-hansen.com
Melanie Zanoza Bartelme, Global Food Analyst at Mintel, says that consumers are willing to use an assortment of sauces to add flavour to their meals, yet many sauces do not call out how versatile they can be. In a blog post on the company’s web site, Melanie Zanoza Bartelme, Global Food Analyst at Mintel, says that consumers are willing to use an assortment of sauces to add flavour to their meals, yet many sauces do not call out how versatile they can be. While the industry separates cooking sauces and table sauces/condiments into different categories, she notes, half of Canadian and American condiment/dressing consumers say that any sauce can be a condiment, which consumers associate with versatility. The majority of US and Canadian condiment/dressing consumers say condiments/dressings have many uses and well over half of British condiment eaters say they use condiments in a variety of ways. According to Bartelme, there is an opportunity for table and cooking sauce brands to take advantage of consumers’ willingness to migrate between categories by omitting traditional definitions and treating more sauces in all-purpose ways. This, she believes, could help consumers explore a full range of uses for sauce products, allowing for deeper integration into consumers’ meals and increasing purchase rates. Consumers don’t think of the sauces they buy as being defined as a table or cooking sauce, she continues, claiming that product developers can do a better job of positioning their sauces as multipurpose to drive further uses across new occasions. For example, she points out, introductions of sauces positioned specifically for use with French fries have been negligible. However, many kinds of sauces could pair well with fries, Bartelme says, including Taste Domination’s Wing Sauce, which the brand says works perfectly with fries. While only one in five US consumers buy flavoured mayonnaise, a flavoured option could be positioned as a dip for fries, a base for a sauce, a taco topping and more, Bartelme thinks. Suggestions such as these could pique consumer interest and help them think about sauce types in a new way, perhaps increasing their usage or encouraging consumers to make a purchase in the first place, she goes on. While many sauces are inherently multipurpose, such as tartar or mint sauce, some consumers don’t feel that way, adds Bartelme, who says that messaging on these types of sauces could help change consumers’ idea of dish-specific sauces, encouraging consumers to use these sauces more often. Nearly four in five UK dish-specific table sauce users say pairing suggestions on pack would prompt them to try dish-specific sauces with less traditional dishes, she notes, while half say merchandising with foods they traditionally are not paired with would encourage them to try the sauce with a new dish. According to Bartelme, consumers do not appear to be limiting how often they are purchasing condiments, with a third of US consumers saying they purchased eight or more condiments in the last six months to Oct 2017. Yet, nearly the same percentage say they struggle to finish their condiments before they go bad. Suggestions for using these condiments in multiple ways could help alleviate this fear of waste, Bartelme claims. It could also serve as a way to help consumers feel confident making even more condiment purchases to add to their repertoire. Sauce consumers don’t care whether a sauce is technically a cooking sauce or a condiment, and they choose to use anything at different times to dress up a dish, concludes Bartelme. Table and cooking sauce brands have an opportunity to willingly blur these lines and turn their products into multipurpose sauces to further inspire consumers to use products in new ways, she adds, saying that more detailed instructions could help consumers incorporate sauces they already buy into new occasions, as well as making them feel more comfortable taking a chance on new varieties. source: https://www.ingredientsnetwork.com
Today, BASF closed the acquisition of Bayer’s global vegetable seeds business, mainly operating under the brand Nunhems®. The transaction adds a well-recognized brand with a very successful business track record to BASF’s portfolio. The acquired vegetable seeds business comprises 24 crops and about 2,600 varieties. It also includes well-established, strong R&D and breeding systems with over 100 unique breeding programs in more than 15 crops. The addition of the vegetable seeds business enhances BASF’s global offer to farmers. It strengthens BASF’s seed platform and complements the recently expanded Agricultural Solutions portfolio, which includes seeds and traits, chemical and biological crop protection, soil management, plant health, pest control and digital farming. This closing completes BASF’s acquisition of a significant range of businesses and assets with combined 2017 sales of €2.2 billion, which Bayer offered to divest in the context of its takeover of Monsanto. The all-cash purchase price amounts to a total of €7.6 billion, subject to certain adjustments at closing.
State-of-the-art facility to support development of innovative, on-trend, nutritious products to meet growing food and beverage demand in Asia-Pacific SHANGHAI--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) today celebrated the opening of its new regional office and state-of-the-art flavor and ingredient creation, application, development and customer innovation center in Shanghai, China. The opening of the space was announced at a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony. “With today’s busy lifestyles, people are turning to healthier eating habits, accelerating changes in consumer tastes and preferences at an unprecedented rate. For ADM, Shanghai has played a critical role in our continued growth and innovation. To help Asia-Pacific food and beverage customers remain a step ahead, we’re excited to leverage our technology, expertise and global scale,” said Donald Chen, ADM’s president, Asia. Shanghai’s technical innovation center will enable ADM to work closely with customers to create complete flavor and specialty ingredient solutions. It will be staffed by a team of food scientists, flavorists and applications experts, along with sales, marketing and regulatory personnel. The new Shanghai facility joins our recently opened Singapore Innovation Center in helping ADM meet growing demand in the region. “Around the world, ADM continues to invest to ensure that we are the go-to solution providers for clean label, sustainable ingredients and great taste,” said Vince Macciocchi, president of ADM’s Nutrition business. “This new facility enhances our portfolio and capabilities ensuring our customers meet consumer demands for new, innovative food and beverages.” The new innovation center features a wide range of capabilities, including a food and flavor analytic lab; beverage and dairy applications labs and pilot plants; a bakery lab; a confectionery and personal care lab; a culinary kitchen; flavor creation labs; sensory evaluation facilities; and a customer innovation center. China is home to approximately 675 ADM employees, with application labs in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou; a flavor production facility in Beijing; sweeteners and soluble fiber complex in Tianjin; animal nutrition facilities in Dalian, Tianjin, Nanjing, Zhangzhou and Xiangtan. ADM has more than 1,000 employees throughout the wider Asia-Pacific region, where the company operates a wide range of processing facilities, including several animal feed facilities; a flavor and ingredient facility; food and flavor labs in Japan, Singapore and Australia; and sales offices in every major market in the region. Source: ADM
Addition of Algar Agro plants in Uberlândia and Porto Franco enhances ADM’s position in important Brazilian meal and bottled oil markets CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) announced today that it has reached an agreement to purchase certain assets of Brazil-based Algar Agro, including oilseeds processing facilities in Uberlândia in the state of Minas Gerais, and Porto Franco in Maranhão. “ADM is already the most diversified oilseeds processor in the world, and now we are once more expanding our capabilities to help meet growing global demand,” said Greg Morris, senior vice president and president of ADM’s Oilseeds business. “The acquisition of Algar Agro’s crush and refinery plants in Minas Gerais and Maranhão strengthens our position in key Brazilian demand regions, and continues our strategic global growth. We’ve recently launched our new oilseeds joint venture with Cargill in Egypt, and we have completed several enhancements to our European and North American processing operations. With the addition of these new plants in Brazil, we are further enhancing and strengthening our global network at a time when both the near- and long-term outlook for global meal demand continues to be strong. We’re excited about this bolt-on acquisition, and about all of the actions we are taking to deliver on our strategic plan to enhance shareholder value.” Under the terms of the deal, ADM will become owner of integrated crush and oil refining/bottling facilities in Uberlândia and Porto Franco. ADM will also gain access to an extensive network of origination and storage silos throughout northeastern and southeastern Brazil. “Demand for meal and bottled oil in the northeast and southeast regions of Brazil continues to grow, and we are excited to expand our capabilities there,” said Domingo Lastra, ADM’s president, South America. “We’re looking forward to working with the great Algar Agro team, not to mention customers throughout both regions, as we continue to provide the highest quality meal and oils.” “This deal represents an important step towards the implementation of Algar Group´s portfolio and capital allocation strategy,” said Luiz Alexandre Garcia, CEO, Algar Group. “In the Agribusiness sector, we are exiting the soybean crushing and trading segment and focusing on grains production (Algar Farming). We also are strengthening our position in the Information & Communications Technology (Algar Telecom and Algar Tech), Tourism & Entertainment (Rio Quente Resorts and Costa do Sauipe) and Renewable Energy sectors (Alsol). We firmly believe that ADM was the best partner to engage with and execute this transaction, given the long term relationship we have with ADM and its distinctive capabilities and leadership in the Agribusiness sector.” ADM’s current Oilseeds operations in Brazil include soy processing plants in Rondonópolis, Campo Grande, Ipameri, Joaçaba and Uberlândia; a sunflower plant in Campo Novo dos Parecis; biodiesel refineries in Rondonópolis and Joaçaba; and a network of storage facilities with a total capacity of 2.2 million metric tons. The company produces and sells the Concórdia™, Corcovado™ and Vitaliv™ brands of cooking oils. The deal, which requires Brazilian regulatory approval, is expected to close by the end of the year. When the transaction is complete, Algar Agro’s approximately 400 employees will transfer to ADM. Forward-Looking Statements Some of the above statements constitute forward-looking statements. ADM’s filings with the SEC provide detailed information on such statements and risks, and should be consulted along with this release. To the extent permitted under applicable law, ADM assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking statements. Source: ADM
Natural Products Canada has invested in Chinova Bioworks, a Canadian company whose mushroom-based natural preservative has previously captured the interest of major food industry partners such as DSM Ventures, Rhapsody and AgFunder. “Chinova has discovered a unique solution to create a clean label, natural preservative that meets the demands of industry and consumers,” says Shelley King, CEO of Natural Products Canada. “We are thrilled with the progress they’ve made since we started working with them 18 months ago, and we’re proud to participate in this investment round with DSM Ventures, AgFunder and Rhapsody.” “There is a tremendous opportunity right now in Canadian technology and innovation. Canadian research institutions and the country’s longstanding agricultural focus have created an abundance of highly applicable innovations to the food/ingredient/processing industry. Chinova is a great example, meeting a big need for natural ‘clean label’ preservatives. But we’ve also just witnessed the acquisition of Mazza Innovation by Sensient Technologies. Mazza’s advanced botanicals extraction technology met a global need. The quality of these companies and their products and technology, coupled with the supportive national commercialization network is making a lot of people sit up and take notice of Canadian opportunities,” King tells FoodIngredientsFirst. Chinova, based in Atlantic Canada, is focused on the development of natural preservatives using mushroom chitosan, a natural fiber whose antimicrobial properties are effective against a broad spectrum of microorganisms. “We are pleased to have NPC as a part of this seed round,” says CEO, Natasha Dhayagude. “The valuable business, technical and financial assistance we’ve received from them has been instrumental to our early success in the market.” Chinova’s technology, coupled with their ambitious plans for growth, made them an ideal client for NPC’s full range of services, including business and technical advisory services and connections to industry resources, according to Natural Products Canada. “It’s been a pleasure to help Chinova navigate the ecosystem and grow their business to the point where it was able to attract such high caliber investors,” notes Stephen Ball, Regional Director for Natural Products Canada. “Their scientific acumen, desire to grow, and ability to attract and retain strategic industry mentors puts them in good standing for future growth.” NPC started its investment fund in 2017 to help Canadian natural product companies achieve their full commercialization potential. To date, it has made four investments and experienced one exit. Along with financial investment and business advice, NPC connects high-potential Canadian companies like Chinova to Canadian and international investors through personal introductions and strategic investor events and meetings. Last month, FoodIngredientsFirst reported how Sensient is eyeing the newly acquired botanical extraction company Mazza Innovation as a strategic pillar for all of its business operations, including colors and flavors. Presented under the new name of “Sensient Natural Extraction” and continuing to operate out of Canada, the new business unit provides a clean extraction opportunity for Sensient Technologies Corp. The acquisition is expected to offer opportunities in sustainability, cost reduction and clean label, as the entire botanical being used can be broken down and distributed among the diverse companies that comprise Sensient. source: http://www.foodingredientsfirst.com
A team of scientists from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has developed a plant-based food preservative that is said to be more effective than artificial ones. The result is healthier food that stays fresh longer, said NTU on Thursday (Aug 16). Researchers found that by adding genes of a plant to baker’s yeast, it produces natural preservatives with antimicrobial and antioxidant properties – two key elements of preservatives that prevents bacteria growth. “This organic food preservative is derived from plants and produced from food-grade microbes, which means that it is 100 per cent natural and more effective than artificial preservatives,” said Professor William Chen, director of NTU’s Food Science and Technology programme. NTU said tests carried on meat and fruit juice showed that the natural preservative kept samples fresh for two days without refrigeration. On the other hand, the samples with artificial food preservatives became contaminated with bacteria within six hours. The study comes amid growing scrutiny on the health risks of consuming food, especially meat products, with artificial preservatives. The American Academy of Pediatrics, for instance, expressed concern last month about chemical preservatives such as nitrates and nitrites, which it said can interfere with thyroid hormone production. The chemicals have also been linked to gastrointestinal and nervous system cancers. NTU said its team of scientists is in talks with multinational companies to further develop the new food preservative, and hopes that it will be available commercially within two years. “This may open new doors in food preservation technologies, providing a low-cost solution for industries, which will in turn encourage a sustainable food production system that can produce healthier food that stays fresh longer,” said Prof Chen. The team’s findings were published last month in the scientific journal Food Chemistry. source: https://www.channelnewsasia.com