In Brief

24 March, 2006
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- Ingredients and sugar company Tate & Lyle has formed a joint venture with an Israeli partner to build and operate a sugar plant supplying products to users in the Israeli market. This will partially replace traditional sugar imports from the Eropean Union, which will be restricted following European sugar regime reform and the WTO ruling on exports.
- SUPERMARKET Morrisons withdrew batches of its own brand Hot Cross Buns and Soft Sliced White Bread Baps due to possible metal contamination. Date codes up to March 21 were affected.- Irish plant baker Irish Pride’s products have been certified as kosher by Irish Chief Rabbi Dr Yaakov Pearlman. There are about 1,800 Jewish people in the Republic of Ireland.

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