January 21, 2022

AAK

AAK shares and votes by the end of 2021

Change in number of shares and votes in AAK AB (publ.)The long-term incentive program for employees (“Warrants Program series 2017/2022:2”)implemented at the annual general meeting on May 17, 2017 has resulted in the number of shares andvotes in the company having increased during December 2021 by 6,000 shares and votes, throughconversion of subscription warrants into

Fi Europe Innovation Awards Winners

The Fi Europe Innovation Awards announced early this month goes to the following participants: AMEFT wishes a massive congratulations to the following businesses: Clean Label & Natural Innovation Award Bunge Loders Croklaan with Karibon Food Tech Innovation Award Chr. Hansen A/S with Next-generation FreshQ® Health Innovation Award NutriLeads with BeniCaros™ Plant-based Innovation Award DSM with Maxavor® Sensory Innovation Award AAK with AkoBisc GO!

Innovative Food Experience at MEAT-TECH 2021

A brand-new area dedicated to plant-based production technologies where you can sample prototypes, learn about naturally derived innovative ingredients and discover food processing solutions with plant-based formulations. This is the Innovative Food Experience organized in collaboration with HI-FOOD. The aim of this innovative area is to engage all key industry players in a dialogue by

AAK’s Interim report for the second quarter of 2021

Specialized in plant-based oils that are the value-adding ingredients in many of the products people love to consume, Sweden-based AAK has been making better happen for the last 150 years. AAK’s Interim report for the second quarter 2021 – record-high second quarter despite continued volatility and uncertainty. Report Highlights Total volumes increased by 14 percent,

AAK join forces with Vista Foods for plant-based meat alternatives in India

AAK, India’s leading manufacturer of specialty oils and fats, has announced a new partnership with Vista Processed Foods Pvt Ltd, part of OSI group, to meet the country’s growing demand for plant-based meat alternatives. It is estimated that as many as 29% of people in India are vegetarian.1 There is also increasing interest in veganism and