Why leather alternatives don’t necessarily meet animal friendly’ standards

Pineapple, apple and grape leather alternatives are put under the microscope to test how harmful they are on a larger scale.

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Louis Dreyfus Company Successfully Develops  a New Product made from NFC Orange Juice, With Reduced Sugar and Higher Fiber Content Further to a five-year research effort by the Group’s in-house R&D laboratory team of food engineers, chemists and biotechnologists in Bebedouro, São Paulo State, Brazil, LDC has developed a successful process to reduce sugar content in orange juice, in line with the company’s commitment to offer nutritious, high-quality juices that address growing consumer demand.