Camlin Fine Sciences (CFS) Ltd., is building a manufacturing facility in India, at the same location where it produces catechol, the base material for the production of vanillin and ethyl vanillin.
“Our natural offerings can replace synthetic antioxidants and, in most cases, provide equal or better shelf life management,” says Jennifer Igou, general manager, North America at Camlin. “When comparing these clean-label products versus traditional antioxidants, the natural options do tend to be more expensive.
“While fats impart taste and texture to baked or extruded products, they are susceptible to oxidation and to rancidity,” said Jennifer Igou, North America general manager, Camlin Fine Sciences.
To preserve freshness, bakers can employ a variety of strategies and tactics, including use of ingredients such as antioxidants.
Camlin Fine Sciences said natural antioxidants are on trend in the bakery market because they represent clean label.
The shelf life extension and aroma ingredients developer told Bakery and Snacks that synthetic ones are still very important, though, as many people need affordable food around the world.
BHA manufacturer, Camlin Fine Sciences (CFS), has finalized its acquisition of Mexican feed blend producer, Dresen Quimica.
India headquartered, CFS, one of the largest producers of butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) and tertiary butyl hydroquinone (TBHQ) globally, said the move giving it a 65% in Dresen, bolsters its presence in the Americas.
Camlin Fine Sciences announced that the company's subsidiary CFS ANTIOXIDANTES DE MEXICO S.A. DE C.V., Mexico (CFS Mexico) acquired 65% stake in DRESEN QUIMICA S.A.P.I.de C.V., Mexico along with its group companies for $7.8 million.
Camlin Fine Science has established its first facility in the US to further develop its market and footprint.
The new Iowa-based facility will house company sales and marketing staff and research laboratories, noted the company. It also will provide stability trials for customers.
- Mr. Ashish Dandekar, Managing Director, Camlin Fine Sciences
One of the requirements of this business is we need to be local.
In this age of ecommerce, you would rarely find next-generation scions in prominent business fam-ilies plunging into risky manufacturing business and transforming it into a profitable one in the face of odds. But Ashish Dandekar, third generation scion of the Camlin Group, which made school stationery products such as geometry box a household.
Camlin Fine Sciences (CFS) has been a trusted name in the antioxidant industry for more than 25 years, and continues that legacy with the acquisition of Dresen Quimica S.A.P.I. de C.V., Mexico, to cover Central America and Andean States. CFS acquires 65% stake in Dresen and its group companies, a leading player in the Mexican food and feed blends business.
Camlin Fine Sciences has entered into a Share Purchase Agreement to acquire 51% stake in Ningbo Wanglong Flavors and Fragrances Company Limited (Wanglong). Wanglong, a leading vanillin manufacturer produces vanillin through a patented process in its 3500 sq.m dedicated facility in the coastal city of Yuyao, Zhejiang province.
Camlin Fine Sciences Ltd. along with its subsidiary CFS Europe SpA, has jointly acquired 51% stake in Ningbo Wanglong Flavors and Fragrances Company Limited, China. The newly formed entity designated as CFS Wanglong manufactures and markets flavour and fragrance (Vanillin) directly to food manufacturers, distributors and to industrial customers globally. With this joint association, CFS becomes the 3rd largest producer of Vanillin in the world.
The stock of Camlin Fine Sciences was buzzing on the bourses during Wednesday's trade. The stock moved up more than 4 per cent on Wednesday.The company announced that has signed a preferred supplier agreement with the American company, Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage.