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Nestle Taiwan launches "upgraded" product for eye health 11 Jul 2016

Nestle's Taiwanese arm has told just-food the launch this month of its "upgraded" Nestle Good Health Nutrient is designed to further support eye health among middle-aged consumers – and in particular for those who spend several hours a day using smartphones.

Calbee wants speedy return to Taiwan 19 May 2016

Calbee, the Japan-based snacks maker, is looking to re-enter Taiwan "as soon as possible" after dissolving its venture in the nation.

Taiwan mulls ban on partially hydrogenated oils 8 Sep 2015

Taiwanese food regulators are preparing to introduce a ban on partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) from processed food products.

Uni-President Q1 earnings drop 13 Apr 2015

Uni-President Enterprises, Taiwan's largest food maker, booked a 14.6% decline in net earnings for the first three months of the year.

Uni-President sees mixed Q3 2 Dec 2014

Taiwanese food giant Uni-President has booked a mixed third quarter - with operating profit up but sales and net profit both in decline.

Taiwan prosecutors seek 30-year jail term for Ting Hsin exec 4 Nov 2014

The Taiwan High Prosecutors Office is preparing to prosecute 17 people over the island’s high-profile cooking oil scandal - and is asking judges for a 30-year prison term for Wei Ying-chun, a senior executive with the Ting Hsin International Group.

Taiwan sees exports hit by edible oil scandals 28 Oct 2014

Taiwan has reportedly revealed 11 markets have put restrictions on food exports from the country due to the tainted oil scandals hitting the local food industry.

Ting Hsin to exit oils following scandal - reports 20 Oct 2014

Taiwanese noodle maker Ting Hsin is reportedly set to exit operations in the oil and fats industry.

Calls for reform after second Taiwan food oil recall 13 Oct 2014

A second major food safety scandal in Taiwan within the past two months has prompted a call for the reform of existing certification systems.

TAIWAN: Taipei ups punishment for food safety violations 18 Sep 2014

The Taiwanese government has unveiled plans to increase fines for food safety violations in the wake of this month's "gutter oil" scandal.