General Mills is collaborating with Musim Mas Group to launch a programme designed to integrate independent smallholders from villages neighbouring the Leuser Ecosystem in Aceh Singkil into the sustainable palm oil supply chain to reduce deforestation...
Mezcla rolls out its flagship range of vegan, gluten-free protein bars designed to foster a love of art and a celebration of diversity within the next generation; Gerber releases Organic BabyPops for little ones learning to self-feed; Sara Lee introduces...
Kellogg’s collaboration with The Nature Conservancy to provide farmers with regenerative agriculture practices on 67,000 acres of Michigan farmland has prevented almost 3,900 tons of soil runoff from entering the Saginaw Bay Watershed since 2015.
The North American flour miller and ingredients provider - which also has a footprint in Puerto Rico - has outlined its new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme with a renewed focus to help build a more sustainable food system.
Krusteaz has launched Energizing Oat Bites Mix that require no baking; Nature’s Eats is rolling out a propriety almond flour; and UK bakery Patisserie Valerie has created a Thank You Cake for people to show their appreciation during these unprecedented...
IOFI and IFRA, the industry bodies for the flavour and fragrance sector, have launched a new Sustainability Charter. The sectorial approach ‘establishes a framework, sets a bar and raises everybody’, representatives from the two organisations tell us.
French scientists claim that baking bread with wheat fertilized with human urine could slash nitrogen usage from artificial fertilizers, cut costs for farmers and boost yields, and retain nutrients often lost.
Kellogg’s gets Tony the Tiger and Toucan Sam into one box, Monkey stays true to the ABC of snacking, RIND applies it peel-powered’ formula to melons and Onesto Foods ups the ante of being mindful of the environment.
The UK foodservice wholesaler – which supplies everything from baked goods to snacks and Red Tractor accredited and MSC certified foodstuffs – has announced another milestone in its goal to reduce carbon emissions by 30% by 2025.
The ingredients supplier has set new targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and eliminate coal from its operations, reduce water use, beneficially use all its waste, and maintain support for sustainable agriculture by 2030.