Hydrocolloids Suppliers Bulk Up

D'Amico, Esther
July 2005
Chemical Week;7/13/2005, Vol. 167 Issue 23, p37
Trade Publication
Explains that hydrocolloids suppliers in the food chemical industry are gearing for an increase in demand from food makers who want cash in on the proliferation of low-fat and or low-carbohydrate diets with new reduced fat and sugar products in the U.S. Percentage of U.S. adult population that is obese; Projected growth of the hydrocolloids sector; Information on the profits posted by hydrocolloid suppliers such as Degussa and Rhodia; Future of the hydrocolloids industry.


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