ADM Wild Europe GmbH & Co. KG
COLORS - NATURAL, CONFECTIONERY - CHOCOLATE, CONFECTIONERY - FOR BAKERY INDUSTRY, DAIRY PRODUCTS - NATURAL AND IMITATION, FIBERS, FLAVORS AND AROMAS, FRUIT PRODUCTS - DRY, FRUIT PRODUCTS - WET, MALT EXTRACT AND PRODUCTS, MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS, NUTRACEUTICAL AND FUNCTIONAL FOOD INGREDIENTS, PROTEINS - ANIMAL OR PLANT ORIGIN, SAUCES GARNISHES AND FLAVOURED BUTTERS, SOYA AND SOYA PRODUCTS, SPECIALITY OILS AND FATS, SPIRITS LIQUEURS WINES AND BEERS, STARCH AND STARCH PRODUCTS, SUGAR SYRUP AND HONEY, SWEETENERS (NON-SUGAR), VEGETABLE PRODUCTS - DRY, VEGETABLE PRODUCTS - WET, EDIBLE OILS, FATS AND FATTY ACIDS, ESSENTIAL OILS, OLEORESINS AND PLANT EXTRACTS, HERBS, SPICES AND SEASONINGS, HYDROCOLLOIDS, STABILISERS AND GELLING SYSTEMS
Wild Flavors & Specialty Ingredients
ADM’s Wild Flavors & Specialty Ingredients business unit, or WFSI, offers a comprehensive portfolio of ingredients to help customers deliver products that address taste, texture, nutrition, and function. That portfolio also includes a wide range of proteins, lecithins, colors and flavors, edible beans and related ingredients, hydrocolloids, polyols, soluble fiber products and other ingredients.
For more than a century, the people of Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) have transformed crops into products that serve the vital needs of a growing world. Today, we’re one of the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient providers, with more than 32,300 employees serving customers in more than 160 countries. With a global value chain that includes 428 crop procurement locations, 280 ingredient manufacturing facilities, 39 innovation centers, and the world’s premier crop transportation network, we connect the harvest to the home, making products for food, animal feed, industrial and energy uses. Learn more at www.adm.com
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09 Nov 2017 --- Back in September, and in less than twenty-four hours, Hurricane Irma winds ripped through a promising Florida citrus crop taking as much as 75 percent of the fruit from the trees. Florida is the world's second-largest orange juice producer, behind Brazil and Florida's citrus industry was already struggling with declining production because of citrus greening, an incurable disease spread by an insect that impairs trees' circulation and nutrition.
08 Nov 2017 --- The 2017 UN Climate Conference has kicked off in Bonn this week, once again bringing together leaders of national governments, NGOs and civil society to discuss the need to bolster climate action to meet the goals of the Paris Climate Change Agreement and combat such pressing matters as sustainability and climatic loss and damage. The food and beverage industry, too, has seen environmental issues and sustainability become fixed concerns, with the notion of a circular economy, in particular, starting to capture the attention.