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HiE 2012 - As it happened

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By Nathan Gray+

15-Nov-2012
Last updated on 16-Nov-2012 at 15:15 GMT2012-11-16T15:15:14Z

The NutraIngredients and FoodNavigator teams bring you the latest news, views, pictures and tweets from the Health Ingredients Europe (HiE) 2012 conference and exposition in Frankfurt. 

Stick with us to keep up to date with the latest updates from our team on the ground and from the wider industry.

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YASO wins Innovation Award for Weight and HUnger Management

Hey Nathan. Your great coverage missed YASO: sprouted soya beans for food manufacture. HiE Innovation Award winner for Weight and Hunger Management. Chair of judges, Peter Wennstrom, said "YASO provides a unique story with a natural way to increase the nutritional value of food products with a soya ingredient of great taste and a very wide application potential."

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Posted by Terry Young
16 November 2012 | 09h432012-11-16T09:43:25Z

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