BASF has upped the price of its food and feed nature-identical carotenoid formulations suite by around 12% due to increased, “energy and raw material prices, higher logistics costs and negative exchange rate effects.”
Are health claims dossiers really that expensive, and has the ‘wait and see’ approach to submitting dossiers won? Stephen Daniells speaks to Joerg Gruenwald, PhD, President of Analyze & Realize, about how much it costs to compile a dossier, and why...
BASF has announced that the price of its food grade vitamin A is to
go up by 12 per cent due to raw material costs - in particular a
sharp rise in methanol prices that is likely to impact a range of
BASF has announced an increase in the price of its feed grade
vitamin E products as of next week due to energy and raw material
costs, and it is "very likely" that food and
supplement-grade vitamin E price rises will follow.
DSM has said that it will not pass on rising costs to end markets
straight away, despite an otherwise excellent Q2 blighted across
the board by yet more increases in raw material and energy prices
stemming from political tensions.
The world's number two vitamin maker BASF opened a new production
plant for the chemical citral yesterday, the key building block for
vitamins A and E, as well as the carotenoids beta-carotene and
An independent assessment of the manufacturing capacities of Burcon
NutraScience has confirmed that the Canadian company will be able
to produce it canola protein isolates Puratein and Supertein on a
large scale, at significant yield...