Milling & Grains

Brexit update: Irish cereal exports most vulnerable, says new report

Ireland's cereal exports are among the most exposed EU products to the UK, and thus the most vulnerable to Brexit, says new report. Pic: ©iStock/vovashevchuk/Fredex8

A report from Ireland’s Department of Finance reveals over 55% of the top 30 most exposed EU products to the UK are Irish, sparking concern the impact Brexit would have on Irish sectors reliant on UK imports.

Ingredion's researchers have created a range of clean-label tapioca flours that it is launching globally. Pic: ©iStock/Boonchuay1970/fototips

Ingredion launches range of clean label tapioca flours

Astarta Grain is one of the largest vertically integrated agricultural companies in the Ukraine focusing on grains, among other things. Pic: iStock: ©lakovKalinin

Astarta secures $25m loan from EBRD to develop and modernize Ukraine grain sector

The US TTAB has ruled that 'coffee flour' can not be trademarked as it is a generic term for the flour product. Pic: ©iStock/loca4motion

Coffee four maker loses trademark appeal

Grana, the largest umbrella body for grain-producing companies in Russia's Altai region, is opening a new cereal mill together with Tretyakovsky Elevator in 2018. Pic:  ©iStock/joruba

Grana to open Russian cereal mill in Altai region

Novozymes' Food & Beverage division has posted good growth, following important advances in developing enzymes from grain milling, among others. Pic: ©iStock/younghee song

Novozymes’ F&B unit delivers company’s top growth in H1 2017

Britannia announces plans for Maharashtra mega-factory

Britannia announces plans for Maharashtra mega-factory

The complex genome sequence of Wild Emmer will enable scientists cherry-pick the best characterists to develop hardier, more productive strains of modern wheat, which will help with food security. Pic: ©Depositphotos/pmmart

Ancient grain genome breakthrough advances struggle for food security

$5.1bn of grain was shipped to India and China in 2016. Picture: ©iStock

Canadian grain industry permitted to use private labs

Traces of ancient cereals like wheat, barley and rye have been found in a wooden 'lunch box' abandoned on the Swiss Alps 4,000 years ago. Pic: ©Deposit Photos/lakov

Prehistoric grains identified in Swiss Alps lunch box

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