The Willowton Group, a KwaZulu-Natal home grown company, has donated R1,5 million to support communities that were devastated by floods over the Easter weekend.
– Ali Akbar Moosa – Director & Chairman Willowton Group
– Dr Imtiaz Sooliman – Founder & Chairman Gift of the Givers
– Farouk Moosa – Director Willowton Group
The Daily Coffee Café in Northwold held its sourdough and craft bread workshop on 28th April which was a huge success.
This entailed 30 minutes of theory followed by a practical session with a professional baker.
At the end of November 2018, SASKO launched its Top Bakers programme, a celebration of top industry, for-profit and enthusiast bakers as well as the SASKO flour which helps make their baking so exceptional.
For the Top Bakers Easter Edition, SASKO and celebrity chef, Jenny Morris, pair up to create three recipes with an alternative take on the traditional favourites.
Some types of waste can be used to produce lubricants. This introduces a new approach that can save on costs and the environment, and could be the key to smarter production.
Bakery producers who create those tempting cookies, pies and donuts know that finding a single shortening that meets the range of challenges they face can be difficult. Cargill’s newest palm shortening line, PalmAgility™ is designed to fill that gap.
Global consumption of citrus pectin is expected to reach nearly 10,000 tonnes in 2018, a marginal rise of 400 tonnes over 2017, according to Fact.
“TABOO or not TABOO – trends that are smoking H(P)ot!
(and how they affect the flavour and fragrance and allied industries)”
As of January 1, 2019, Bühler will address the global food market with a newly created segment: Consumer Foods. By combining the current chocolate, nuts, bakery and coffee business with the Haas business, the new organization will be able to support customers even better in these global markets through simplified interfaces, integrated solutions, innovation, and services. Germar Wacker, now CEO of Haas, will lead the new segment and join Bühler’s Executive Board.
Fat Replacer Market to Register 5.9% Growth during 2018-2027
The increasing demand for fat replacer in convenience foods & beverages, as well as bakery products and potential health benefits of fat replacer, are the key growth factors defining the Fat Replacer market. Also, the increase in health awareness among urban population and changing lifestyle due to rapid urbanization are the key parameters which boost the growth of the fat replacer market.
The non-dairy toppings market is likely to maintain a robust growth rate throughout the period of assessment, 2018-2028, as consumers shift toward veganism and plant-based products. Steadily increasing consumer awareness regarding health benefits of dairy alternatives continues to remain instrumental in driving sales of non-dairy toppings worldwide. Demand for non-dairy toppings is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7% in terms of volume throughout the period of forecast. Global sales of non-dairy toppings are likely to increase by 34,000 tons in 2028 over 2018.