RiceBran Technologies says it plans to move more aggressively into speciality markets, including dietary supplement excipients, to help stem losses. The company has stumbled trying to compete as a high volume food ingredient supplier.
Beneo-Remy has added a stabilised rice bran and germ mix to its range of rice-based ingredients, intended to improve the fibre content and nutritional profile of gluten free bakery products, extruded cereals and pastas.
NutraCea, the leading supplier of rice bran, has fought back at findings from a recent study that the ingredient contains high levels of arsenic, maintaining that the claims are “scientifically unsound”.
NutraCea is expecting to see its first sales of stabilised rice
bran in Central and Eastern Europe following this week's FiCEE
trade show, where the ingredient has been warmly received for its
potential to reduce manufacturers'...
NutraCea has entered into an agreement with Archer Daniels Midland
(ADM) for the production of its stabilized rice bran - a
significant accomplishment for the young company as it brings its
nutritious ingredient to the mainstream...
Rice bran ingredient maker Nutracea's business platform includes
fighting world hunger by getting nutritious meal replacements to
children through feeding programs. Given the 800 million hungry
people in the world, this is no...
On the back of increased demand for its stabilized rice bran
product, California-based NutraCea has announced it is to double
capacity at its Dillon, Montana plant, revising its previously
announced decision to increase capacity by...
NutraCea and The RiceX Company's plan to merge will create a
monopoly on rice bran for the nutraceutical market and bring the
nutritional benefits of the rice production byproduct to more
people, in both developed and developing...
NutraStar said last week that its scientists have received a second
diabetes patent, proving the effects of its stabilised rice bran
derivatives in reducing blood glucose levels, glycosylated
hemoglobin levels and improving insulin...
The RiceX Company, a manufacturer of food ingredients from
stabilised rice bran, has reported a 64 per cent increase in
revenues for 2001 to US$6.3 million (€7.17m) compared to $3.8
million in fiscal year 2000.