The snack giant has laid out its impressive Positive Agriculture agenda, designed to significantly shrink its carbon footprint, provide readily-available access to food for global population and improve the livelihoods for more people.
The Critical Infrastructure Supply Chain Council (CISCC) says the supply chain challenges thrown up by the coronavirus pandemic – rather than seen as a negative – show the way to build up resilience for future crisis response.
Arla Foods Ingredients has embarked on a four-year project with the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) to develop an affordable and nutritious snack specifically targeted at Ethiopia’s low-income consumers.
2020 was without a doubt one of the most challenging years in UK history. Not only did the food industry have to contend with the pandemic, but also the complexities involved with the UK withdrawing from the European Union.
FoodSparks – a seed fund tailored to support the most promising European early-stage enterprises – has been set up by EIT Food and capital fund manager PeakBridge, along with investors like Puratos, Givaudan and Stockholm-based investment firm Gullspång...
Scottish Bakers’ specialist training arm – National Food and Drink Training (NFDT) – has renewed its contract with Skills Development Scotland (SDS), which will enable it to register 481 apprentices during 2021-22.
The French bakery manufacturer has developed a baguette made from a mix of pulses, commonly used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines, as well as in traditional French and Tex-Mex dishes such as cassoulet and chilli con carne.
The healthy ingredients specialist will cut carbon emissions by 20% by halving the number of truck movements to and from its rice starch plant in Wijgmaal, Belgium, by increasing the volumes transported over water.