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Ingredients company ADM (Archer Daniels Midland Company) is entering into a new distribution partnership with Savannah Bio Systems in Australia.

ADM says the distribution partnership will boost its presence in the Australian food and beverage market.

Savannah Bio Systems will supply ADM’s portfolio of specialty ingredients including proteins, sweetening solutions, Fibersol, plant sterols, Vitamin E, edible beans, hydrocolloids, and WILD flavours, colours and extracts to selected food and beverage companies.

The distributon company specialises incategories such as dairy (including infant formula), meat and poultry, confectionery, beverages, bakery, savoury, fine foods and health and nutrition.

“We are very excited about the new partnership, as it will allow us to service a wider group of customers than before, delivering taste, texture, nutrition and function within one broad portfolio,” ADM Nutrition WFSI / H&W national sales director Australia Nigel Doyle said.

Savannah Bio Systems commercial manager Scott Trethowen said, “We believe there is excellent synergy between the ADM portfolio and the current Savannah product range. The new partnership places us in a strong position to provide customers with a suite of ingredients that will help them create delicious foods and beverages consumers prefer.”

ADM has more than 32,300 employees in more than 160 countries with a global value chain that includes 428 crop procurement locations, 280 food and feed ingredient manufacturing facilities and 39 innovation centers.

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