High fiber, high protein snacks Food intake management is an acceptable way to maintain healthy weight, and even filling snacks have a place in such regimens

Publish on 8/18/2008 04:08:43 PM

SINCE they are more and more aware on how their diet impacts body appearance and health, consumers want to eat more balanced food and to control their calorie intake all over the day. Well-informed consumers take this approach not only in order to fight obesity and to loose weight, but also to stay on track and keep a healthy weight. This is far from being easy, as in our present lifestyle we are often tempted to grab a snack between meals such as a cereal bar, a piece of cake or biscuits.
Tailor-made solutions for water jellies By LAWRENCE LOW

Publish on 8/18/2008 04:08:15 PM

WATER jellies are a favorite treat for children in Asia, dominating the dessert marketplace. Prepared with water, sweeteners, food grade acid, fruit flavors, color and gelling agents, they are especially popular in China, Taiwan and Thailand. The market is divided into two key areas: homemade and industrial. Homemade are usually made with ready-to-use powder blends, such as the Cargill "Gelogen" BW product ranges, mixed by the consumer with hot water to make a translucent dessert gel (BWL 78) or clear dessert gel (BW 56).
Snacking towards healthy weight loss Clinical studies prove the efficacy of a whey-based weight management solution

Publish on 8/18/2008 04:08:09 PM

TWO recent clinical studies have found that a specialty whey protein ingredient promotes fat loss and lowers glycemic index. Human subjects in the body composition trial lost 80% more fat than the control group and retained two times as much lean muscle. Those in the glycemic index trial saw a 38% reduction in glycemic response versus the control. The ingredient tested, Prolibra, is a partially hydrolyzed whey protein isolate developed by Glanbia Nutritionals.
Cutting gears in machine tool

Publish on 8/18/2008 01:08:48 PM

Hobbing machine is a special form of milling machine that cuts gears. It is the major industrial process for cutting, as opposed to grinding, spur gears of involute form. The machine forms the gear via a generating process by rotating the gear blank and the cutter, called a hob, at the same time with a fixed gearing ratio between hob and blank.
Quaser commits to move ahead of the pack

Publish on 8/18/2008 01:08:02 PM

Only few companies have successfully set the trend for high-end machinery as successfully as Quaser. Not only can its machining centers 揷ut fast,攊t can cut an entirely new profile. If you want to 揷ut it?in a fast paced and competitive global market with even more demanding requirements for toughness and durability 攖he company's first M/C MK60S built in 1992, is still doing what it was made to do in Italy ?then the only way to go is to have a marketing policy founded on Quality and Service. Quaser's name is a contraction of exactly that.
HARTING sees quality as the basis for market successMr. Philip Harting, Senior Vice President, HARTING Technology Group

Publish on 8/18/2008 12:08:15 PM

The goal of HARTING is to further develop its core markets and gain access to new markets in a world which is increasingly becoming a single international network. The company continues to be on the offensive side, according to Mr. Philip Harting Senior Vice President, Connectivity & Networks and in charge of the global business. In an interview conducted by International Metalworking News for Asia, Mr.
Commerce with a Conscience ---------- Ethical Trading in the Food IndustryBy NATASHA TELLES

Publish on 8/7/2008 06:08:55 PM

THE Globalization concept and the associated idea of a global marketplace have wrought many changes in the commercial arena over the past decade. One note-worthy measure was the formation of the Fair trade ethical trading initiative, to ensure producers experience fair working conditions and rewards for their labor throughout the world. Driven by the global campaign entitled "Make Poverty History", such initiatives have helped promote the values of sustainability and responsibility among suppliers in the food industry.
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Publish on 7/17/2008 10:07:27 AM

Higher performance and dynamism for Allrounder A Arburg wouldn誸 be Arburg if it weren誸 constantly thinking up new well thought-out ways of expanding the modular Allrounder range. One new addition relates to the movement axes on the largest electric model to date, the Allrounder 570 A with a clamping force of 2,000 kN. Like many extensions and refinements to the Arburg range, this development was largely brought about in response to customer requests.

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