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FOOD & BEVERAGE REPORTER
Salt reduction regulation update
February 2012

BreadProf Melvyn Freeman, cluster manager of non-communicable diseases at the Department of Health (DoH) updated members of the SA Assoc for Food Science & Technology on the latest developments in terms of the proposed sodium reduction regulations in Johannesburg last week.

He explained that it is the obligation of the DoH to improve health and that reducing the sodium content in processed, fast, takeaway, and restaurant food will lead to a healthier population (less high blood pressure, hypertension, heart disease and strokes), and save up to 6,500 lives annually. “Most of the food industry supports regulations rather than self-regulation as they believe that with self-regulation there is a possibility of uneven playing fields developing - with the bigger players complying, but not necessarily the smaller ones,” he added.

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Award-winning products announced
February 2012

The Product of the Year 2012 award ceremony was held in Sandton last night.

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Fruit Juice Association takes first steps towards self-regulation
February 2012

The first South African Fruit Juice Association Conference held in Somerset West on 26 January attracted a wide cross-section of individuals from the fruit industry.

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More than R2m for rooibos research in 2012
February 2012

A few of the lifestyle challenges that feature prominently in the South African Rooibos Council’s (SARC’s) R2m research budget this year include exercise, stress, ageing, cancer and obesity.

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Ban on Australian poultry
February 2012

Four countries have banned poultry imports from the Australian province of Victoria following a bird flu outbreak at two duck farms, according to a report in The Australian.

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Plan to drive food exports in high-growth markets (Britain)
February 2012

With rapid world population growth and booming consumer demand for Western products in high-growth economies like India and China, the recently launched government-backed Farming, Food and Drink Exports Action Plan, is seeking to assist British producers to open up and take advantage of these key markets.

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Advertising Standards Authority rules in favour of Frankies
February 2012

This week the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled against Woolworths and in favour of KwaZulu-Natal beverage producer, Frankies Olde Soft Drinks Co, stating that Woolworths’ use of the phrase Good Old Fashioned was in fact an imitation of the Frankies strap line Good Old Fashioned Soft Drinks.

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Key market signals for the dairy industry
February 2012

“Based on information that was available in the third week of January, it is possible to describe a number of observations regarding conditions in the dairy industry during 2011 and the expected conditions in 2012,” says Alwyn Kraamwinkel, CEO of the South African Milk Processors’ Organisation (SAMPRO).

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McCormick launches 2012 flavour forecast
February 2012

McCormick officially released its Flavour Forecast 2012 - which pinpoints common trends and flavours driving culinary innovation across the globe - in Johannesburg this week.

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Traffic light labelling app launched (Australia)
February 2012
The “FoodSwitch” smartphone application, which provides nutritional information about 20,000 packaged foods available in Australian supermarkets, has been launched through a collaboration between the George Institute and health organisation Bupa.
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Multinationals launch sustainable growth coalition (The Netherlands)
February 2012
Akzo Nobel, DSM, FrieslandCampina, Heineken, KLM, Philips, Shell and Unilever - supported by the Dutch Employers Federation VNO-NCW and facilitated by Ernst & Young - have launched the Dutch Sustainable Growth Coalition (DSGC) to jointly drive and promote sustainable growth business models.
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