Take it from Toyota – lean and green can cut costs

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Food processors could drive down costs by following the model designed by car manufacturer Toyota in the 1950s, according to a leading supply chain expert.

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Tate & Lyle profits jump 85% as weak pound provides boost

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A lack of political will is stalling action on obesity: McKinsey report author

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Firmenich weathers the vanilla supply storm with diversified sourcing

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Taiyo introduces sweet-tasting dietary fibres

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Food flops in Sweden's Museum of Failure: When NPD goes seriously wrong

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MEPs water down rules on junk food advertising to kids

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Tate & Lyle launches 17 non-GMO starches

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Germany in crucial data drive to understand radioactivity risk in food

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One in three adolescents is obese, say WHO

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