Food Business News - February 23, 2016 - (Page 43)

INGREDIENTMARKETTRENDS In The Spotlight At A Glaance Secretary Vilsack says reports demonstrate net energy benefits of ethanol U.S. citrus production ecretary of Agriculture Tom continue to improve their efficiency in Vilsack on Feb. 16 pointed to two the production of corn for ethanol while reports, one published by the U.S. the impact of ethanol production on Department of Agriculture's Office of the corn production has become marginal. Chief Economist - 2015 Energy Balances Between 1991 and 2010, direct energy for the Corn-Ethanol Industry - and use in corn production has dropped by the other published by the Food and 46% per bushel of corn produced and Agricultural Policy Research Institute total energy use per bushel of corn of the University of by 35%. Moreover, Missouri - Literature between 2005 and 2010, Review of Estimated direct energy use fell Market Effects of U.S. by 25% and the total Corn Starch Ethanol energy use by 8.2% - that concluded per bushel - meaning the increased energy that between 2005 efficiencies achieved and 2010, the energy in producing corn and required per bushel ethanol in recent years of corn produced have expanded ethanol's dropped by about 5%. net contribution to The bottom line is, the nation's energy today, more energy is sector relative to the being produced from energy costs involved ethanol than is used to Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack in growing corn and produce it, by factors producing ethanol. The of 2-to-1 nationally U.S.D.A. report concluded, "Overall, and by factors of 4-to-1 in the Midwest. then, ethanol has made the transition There are many reasons to be optimistic from an energy sink, to a moderate net about the future of the bio-economy energy gain in the 1990s, to a substantial and the role biofuels and advanced net energy gain in the present. And there biofuels will play in that future, and I am are still prospects for improvement." confident this administration has acted Secretary Vilsack said, "As today's aggressively to expand the groundwork reports demonstrate, U.S. farmers to support that brighter future." FBN 14,000 17,000 11,000 8,000 '14 '15 '16 '17 '18 '19 '20 '21 '22 '23 '24 '25 Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture Semolina prices bulk, f.o.b., Minneapolis $35 per cwt S in million lbs, 2016-2025 projected 20,000 $30 $25 $20 March May 2015 July Sept. Nov. Jan. 2016 Ingredient Indexes ill Ice Cream Vanilla Commodity Trends Leading processing vegetable states Production Minnesota 4.7% Washington 5.1% Other 9.9% Wisconsin 5.3% Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture FOOD2016 BUSINESS NEWS February 43 23, ® Value California 75% Other 16.7% Milk Chocolate Bar California 64.8% Minnesota 5.6% Washington 5.9% Wisconsin 7% FOODBUSINESSFebruary NEWS 9, 2016 43 ®

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Food Business News - February 23, 2016
Campbell Soup defends G.M.O. labeling decision
Whole grains versatility
Dairy Business News - The many shades of cocoa
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Editorial - Pickup ahead in food m. & a. activity
WhiteWave broadening its Horizon
Pilgrim’s Pride plans sizable strategic investment
Consumers not clear on clean label definition
W.H.O. report urges tax on sugar-sweetened drinks
Snacks ‘area of weakness’ for Kellogg
US Foods files for initial public offering
Beyond Tyson 2.0
General Mills ahead of natural, organic sales goal
Mondelez ‘Lines of the Future’ steadily proliferating
Smucker looks to ‘lead with innovation'
Food business blossoming for
Mars to remove artificial colors across portfolio
Three trends driving gluten-free market
Market Insight - The demise of orange juice
Washington - President’s budget for food safety leans heavily on user fees
Ingredient Trends - Manufacturers responding to non-G.M.O. trend
Whole grain intake still could improve
Is there a U.S. cocoa shortage?
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - Secretary Vilsack says reports demonstrate net energy benefits of ethanol
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - February 23, 2016