16th edition of Foodcom ADDITIVES Newsletter

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Additives’ market is constantly changing and there is a lot going on. Geopolitical situation connected with the war on Ukraine is bringing plenty of new circumstances to the table. Western companies are still looking for best solutions after leaving Russia or being put into the position in which their partners do not want to cooperate with Russia. At the same time, Russian companies are taking over their own internal market by fulfilling niches left by the foreign capital. [...]

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15th edition of Foodcom ADDITIVES Newsletter

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It feels as if the beginning of Autumn has been the trending topic for the past four weeks, but this period is one of the most projecting time for the additives industry. With the end of the month, market behavior became more active, as people return from vacation and begin stocking supplies for the rest of the year. [...]

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13th edition of Foodcom ADDITIVES Newsletter

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The additives market is patiently waiting for its revival after the holidays. In the meantime, there is the expected mood in the market of transactions, although being somewhat slow, they stay stable. [...]

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12th edition of Foodcom ADDITIVES Newsletter

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The rather large Ukrainian market has contributed to a decrease in demand for goods from China. Imports have decreased by about 90%, causing lower demand in Europe further affecting the stock levels of EU traders. [...]

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8th Edition of Foodcom ADDITIVES Newsletter

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Here is some news from the additives market! This week we will talk about some noticeable patterns that have been appearing when it comes to the issue of additives prices. Complications with gas supplies from Russia are likely to impact European chemical and feed ingredient production, resulting in high prices of products. In China, the [...]

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6th edition of Foodcom ADDITIVES Newsletter

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China accounts for a significant percentage of additive exports, and given that parts of the country are closed due to lockdown, the outlook does not seem very optimistic. With us, you’ll never miss a thing. [...]

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5th edition of Foodcom ADDITIVES Newsletter

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The recent COVID-19 outbreak in China has caused a number of manufacturing and logistical problems, which is a concern for the amino acid and vitamin industry. Are you curious about what else happened in the past week? With us, you’ll never miss a thing.d logistical problems. [...]

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