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    cane sugar from the West Indies in steel cans for sale in specialty stores and the tourist market in the English speaking Caribbean READ ENTIRE STORY Hawaiian Pineapple Production Lei ed To Rest 30 05 2007 The United States last pineapple cannery will be closed by the end of June the move affecting the National School Lunch Program NSLP READ ENTIRE STORY Chequered Time in China for WD40 16 05

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    generally stagnant EU processors are increasingly turning to international trade as a means of keeping their bottom lines healthy READ ENTIRE STORY Not a Corny Story 18 04 2007 China has come to the rescue of a major European trader who for months has been struggling to secure supplies of canned sweet corn READ ENTIRE STORY Tuna Organisations Merge in US 21 03 2007 As a single organisation it will

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    replaces an older facility and is one of four Nestlé dairy plants in Pakistan READ ENTIRE STORY Bumble Bee targets snack sector 25 01 2007 US shelf stable tuna products manufacturer Bumble Bee is launching a new easy open snack product READ ENTIRE STORY Tree of Life Inc to distribute low mercury fish 18 01 2007 Wild Planet Inc has announced that Tree of Life Inc will begin distributing its

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    2007 An online survey conducted last month by Harris Interactive for the Wall Street Journal Online gathered responses from over 2000 American adults Food safety scares could result in a long lasting impact on purchasing decisions with new research revealing that 15 per cent of consumers stop eating a product entirely after a food safety incident READ ENTIRE STORY Looking good dictates consumer spending 10 01 2007 Consumers are spending

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    in the UK through November with news that HJ Heinz is to reformulate its iconic baked beans brand READ ENTIRE STORY Tin analysis of canned food improves 13 12 2006 A new reference material now available from UK based company LGC Promochem is set to improve the reliability of data on the levels of tin cadmium and lead found in canned food READ ENTIRE STORY Olivo Garlic 100 Extra Virgin

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    baby foods has reveals that canning food makes very little difference to the level of tin in the product READ ENTIRE STORY Satiety the latest craze or a passing phase 24 10 2006 As food products claiming to satisfy hunger begin to appear in the UK and US marketplace Euromonitor International forecasts that satiety could be the next big health and wellness trend with the potential to surpass the success

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    influence some 80 per cent of all household spending READ ENTIRE STORY Bugs in cans 01 09 2006 A Thailand company has shown that even bugs can be canned offering online consumers culinary delights that include canned bamboo worms black scorpions crickets and silk worm pupae READ ENTIRE STORY UK seafood canner to expand its production 25 08 2006 UK speciality fish company OceanC Holdings plc has confirmed its intention

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    Heinzowned rival Greenseas to head the tuna sales chart on value 28 7 per cent to 27 9 but not volume 24 2 per cent to 25 8 The company launched its new Tuna Chunks in oil range on January 17 and will be supporting both the launch and the seasonal sales push with two new TV commercials The new range was revealed with a different look and feel to the rest of the familiar looking John West range to highlight the more premium nature of the product Packaged in 95g cans John West s new Tuna Chunks in oil come in three flavours sea salt and cracked pepper garlic and soy and chilli lime and ginger At the same time John West also launched a No Drain range of tuna promising no mess as the 130g cans contain only a little olive oil springwater or brine In the UK John West recently launched three new sardine and mackerel products including two firsts for the canned fish category in the hope of enticing young and lapsed consumers The new British launches include Mackerel Fillets 110g that are steam cooked and available only in natural oils or a little olive oil for a fresher flavour Grilled Sardines 100g and Peri Peri Sardines 120g which tap into the spicy sauce trend A Simplot Australia spokesperson told Retail World it is becoming more challenging to grab the attention of shoppers There is a lot of activity within the category and to be successful it s important to make sure you re really adding value for the shopper the spokesperson said John West does this through initiatives such as recipe books leaflets and through innovative new products such as No Drain Tuna developed to ensure that our products are as convenient as they can

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