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Supplier Innovations and News Inclusion Technologies introduces Nadanut Naturals Inclusion Technologies L.L.C., Atchison, Kas., has introduced a natural and non-G.M.O. version of its 100% nut-free Nadanut nut analogs. The line extension uses stabilized wheat germ and expeller pressed oil with natural antioxidants and natural colors and flavors. The ingredients come in a variety of sizes and shapes and nut varieties, including almond, pecan, walnut, hazelnut and peanut. "There are 2 billion lbs of nuts used as ingredients in the industrial marketplace," explained Dennis Reid, vice-president of marketing and business development at Inclusion Technologies. "Nadanut products give the industry a way to still enjoy the look, taste and texture of real nuts, without the high cost or issues related to nut allergens; these products are 100% nut-free and less than half the cost of nuts." The company is scheduled to showcase the line at the upcoming Natural Products West/Engredea show March 6-8. Visit: GLG launches new brand, expands product offerings Kampffmeyer Food Innovation now GoodMills Innovation Hamburg, Germany-based Kampffmeyer Food Innovation GmbH has a new corporate design and a new name: GoodMills Innovation GmbH. Following the renaming of the company VK Mühlen AG to GoodMills Deutschland GmbH in October, this latest rebranding is the next step toward a uniform brand presence presence. All business units remain unchanged under the umbrella of GoodMills Deutschland GmbH. The mills continue to produce the standard product range of milled grain products, while GoodMills Innovation GmbH continues to refine flours from its sister companies to serve the functional ingredients market. Visit: to sourcing only certified palm oil by 2015, and these changes represent significant progress toward that goal," said Annette Hansen, director of sustainability for DuPont Nutrition & Health. "Grindsted is our largest emulsifier production facility and ships to an international customer base, so the sustainability benefit accruing for our customers is expected to have a positive global effect." Canadian heritage and reflects its business strategy, which encompasses three product lines - stevia extracts, monk fruit and its Naturals+ line of ingredients. The new products were formulated specifically for two industry applications. BakeZeroCal, for the baking industry, provides calorie reduction, as well as the bulking and browning attributes desired by bakers and consumers. BevSweet, for the beverage industry, allows food and beverage companies to reduce calories and naturally sweeten products with decreased formulation time and with no solubility issues. Visit: Visit: DuPont takes major steps in emulsifier sustainability DuPont Nutrition & Health has announced changes to its emulsifiers business to raise February 24, 2015 the sustainability bar for companies across the global food industry. All palm oil sourced by its facility at Grindsted, Denmark, where the company manufacturers the majority of its emulsifier products, was Certified Sustainable Palm Oil as of Jan. 1, 2015. In addition, through the Grindsted site, the business will now offer RSPOcertified sustainable emulsifiers from a Mass Balance source as standard. "We have, for some time, held firm to our commitment GLG Life Tech Corp., Vancouver, B.C., has announced its new corporate brand and logo, as well as two new expanded product offerings. The rebranding emphasizes the company's FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® 75

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Food Business News - February 24, 2015

Food Business News - February 24, 2015
General Mills accepts the C.P.G. challenge
Gluten-free front and center
Mexican trade rift looms over Sweetener Colloquium
Table of Contents
Web Contents
Editorial - Subscription models may offer unique marketing opportunities
Confectionery companies switching to simpler ingredients
McCormick to acquire Italian spices and seasonings company
Mondelez has big plans to grow small platforms
WhiteWave Foods ‘busting at the seams'
More c-suite change at Kraft Foods
Keurig in transition
Mondelez acquires Enjoy Life Foods
Innovation paying for PepsiCo
TreeHouse Foods trims expectations
Kraft cleans up Capri Sun
Washington - Federal bills seek to mandate G.M.O. food labeling
Company Profile - Dr Pepper Snapple Group seizing opportunities
Capitalizing on R.C.I.
Ingredient Innovations - Clean label starches get tougher
Are clean labels and G.M.O. ingredients compatible?
More clean label ingredient opportunities
Dairy Business News - Yogurt, the next generation
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - Belt-tightening time for U.S. agriculture in 2015-16
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - February 24, 2015