Lorraine Bezuidenhout, bakery business director Anchor Yeast, says that since 2003, most bread has been fortified with a number of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A, iron and zinc. These supplements are important from a public health perspective. Last year, bread manufacturers also reduced the amount of salt added to their loaves.
A leading supplier of a natural calcium supplement used to fortify baby foods, cereals and baked goods arrives in Africa next month.
Swiss-based Omya will exhibit at Africa’s Big 7 (AB7), the continent’s biggest food and beverage expo. AB7 takes place from 19 to 21 June at Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, South Africa.
Standing on the bridge of a vessel more than ten years ago, Vivian Lackay dreamed of becoming a skipper. The member of Sea Harvest’s sea-going crew, who grew up in Robertson in the Western Cape, joined the company in 2004. Lackay has worked and studied his way up the ranks, becoming a leading deck hand and then first mate before qualifying as a skipper in January this year. ‘The biggest task of a skipper is accepting responsibility for important decisions that need to be made on a vessel, decisions that often impact the entire crew. Sea Harvest has provided me training and development opportunities that have made it possible for me to advance my career,’ says Lackay.
The proudly South African Three Ships Whisky beat international competition to be awarded with the Best User Experience at the annual Webby Awards for the live online sale of its limited edition Three Ships 10 Year Old Single Malt Single Cask PX Finish.