UK-based microbiome firm Eagle Genomics is to enter into a pact with Cargill as part of a multi-year deal looking to harness artificial intelligence (AI) to the agricultural commodity giant’s microbiome and life sciences R&D.
Significant investment is required to get innovative protein start-ups off the ground. So what are investors looking for when deciding to bankroll new talent? And what do they predict for the future of protein? Cargill and S2G Ventures weigh in.
Cargill has invested an additional $75m in North American pea protein producer, PURIS, which will double production of its proprietary pea proteins, starches, and fibers for the food and beverage industry.
Swiss firm Evolva Holding and Cargill have signed an agreement to co-develop a “sustainable, customisable, and cost-effective fermentation production process” to produce new food and beverage ingredients.
A leading ingredient manufacturer plans to use this month's Healthy
Foods International Exposition and Conference in Dallas, Texas to
show the benefits of working with manufacturers to devise entire
functional product formulations.
The development of a new joint health drink made with glucosamine
for the US market highlights how the popular joint health
ingredient is spreading from the supplement arena to the food and
Japanese firm Kyowa Hakko Kogyo will begin marketing a refined
version of Cargill's vegetarian glucosamine on its home market next
month, to meet steadily rising demand for quality forms of the
joint health ingredient.
Ambitious US ingredients supplier Cargill boosts its war chest,
announcing a 35 per cent rise in profit for the third quarter of
2005, on gains from commodity trading and its animal feed and steel
US agri-giant Cargill introduced a new barley ingredient, with high
levels of beta-glucan soluble fibre, at Health Ingredients Europe
last week, as part of its platform designed to target heart health.
As demand for soybean oil in food formulations keeps on rising US
agri giant Cargill has opened opens its sixth processing plant in
Brazil. But at the same time, the €1.04bn private firm said poor
returns on its High Fructose Corn...
US Agro-food giant Cargill has confirmed that a $24 million
class-action lawsuit accusing the US food giant of price-fixing
will be settled following federal court approval. The end is now in
sight for a law suit that dates back nine...
Shemen Industries, Israel's leading producer of edible oils and
soya meals, is in negotiations with US agri-giant Cargill over a
future partnership with its soy isoflavones division, according to
a report in the Globes Online.