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The use of food additives in the United Kingdom is controlled by the Food Act, and for most classes of additives, only those which appear on lists of regulations made under the Act can be added to food. The process of applying for new additives is outlined, and the principles evolved by the Food...
A report analysing and comparing the financial performances of 99 leading UK based companies in the food processing and packaging machinery industry over a threeyear period to September 1985 shows that improved fortunes are being enjoyed. Renewed sales and profit growth, along with the more...
Documents issued by the Commission of the European Communities presenting forthcoming EEC food law policy are discussed. The issues are of major importance to United Kingdom food manufacturers, processors and retailers, and include such subjects as mutual recognition of food products...
The UK consumes about 170,000 tonnes of rice, over 15 per cent of the total EEC consumption. The Food and Drink Federation is increasing efforts to bring down the price of longgrain rice which is being kept artificially high by the EEC Rice Regime. Two major changes need to be made the levy on...
Consumer food purchasing habits are changing rapidly in the light of the health hazards created by overconsumption of dairy products. How manufacturers are adapting to the healthier trends in major Western European and US markets is documented in a report on Dairy Products Market Direction,...
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