Sustainability

Will cheap global food imports be all the poor can afford to buy?

Government is ‘schizophrenic’ about food system post-Brexit

By Rick Pendrous

British diets could become far more polarised post-Brexit, with the rich enjoying more expensive local food produced to high production and welfare standards, and the poor relying on cheap, imported food made to much lower standards, a leading academic...

Visitors to Cargill’s stand were given the opportunity to discuss a number of ingredient possibilities

FiE 2017

Ingredient prototypes on show at FiE

By Noli Dinkovski

Food manufacturers were given an opportunity to view and taste more than 20 ingredient prototypes as part of a ‘market plaza’ at Food Ingredients Europe (FiE), which took place in Frankfurt in November.

ABP Food Group has opened a £22M renewable energy plant

ABP Food Group opens £22M green energy plant

By James Ridler

ABP Food Group has invested in a £22M green energy plant in Buckinghamshire, capable of producing enough sustainable energy to power the equivalent of 12,000 homes.

Kerry Group has posted sales growth, despite adverse currency movements

Kerry Group posts sales boost in ‘adverse’ market

By James Ridler

Irish food and ingredients manufacturer Kerry Group has posted a £130M rise in sales in its half-year trading report, despite the company facing “significant adverse currency movements”.

Cargill in surplus food supply deal

Cargill to supply food surplus charity

By James Ridler

Poultry processor Cargill has launched a new agreement to supply food poverty action group FareShare with fresh chicken every week, free of charge.

Delivering sustainable nutrition through new farming and manufacturing technologies is a key theme

Science role in food is ‘urgent’, claims tech body

By Noli Dinkovski

There is a “clear and urgent” need for science and technology to play a role in sustainable food and food security, according to a report by the Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST).

The snacks sector is dominated by two key trends – Clean supreme and Disruptive green, says Innova

snacks webinar

Sustainable snacking: two trends dominate sector

By Michael Stones

The global snacks sector is dominated by two key trends – Clean supreme and Disruptive green – Innova Market Insights director of innovation Lu Ann Williams told the Food Manufacture Group’s latest webinar: Sustainable snacking trends for 2017.

Today's the big day for our free, one-hour webinar on sustainable snacking trends

Snack trends webinar: today is the big day

By Michael Stones

There's still time to register for the Food Manufacture Group’s free, one-hour webinar – Sustainable snacking trends for 2017 – which takes place today at 3pm, London time.

Our sustainable snacking webinar takes place tomorrow at 3pm: there's still time to book your free place

Snack trends webinar: tomorrow is the big day

By Michael Stones

There's still time to register for the Food Manufacture Group’s free, one-hour webinar – Sustainable snacking trends for 2017 – which takes place tomorrow (Thursday, June 15) at 3pm, London time.

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