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.
The food giant has launched a regenerative pilot programme with Kansas wheat farmers situated in the Cheney Reservoir, which will ultimately improve the overall water quality provided to more than 400,000 Wichita residents.
The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) is calling on four of the world’s leading cereal makers to make ‘relatively small commitments’ in the way they source grains, which would go a long way to combat climate change.
The Oreo maker’s 2018 Impact Progress Report, entitled 'Snacking Made Right', highlights its use of less energy, water and waste across the group, as well as its move to paper-based packaging and its focus on mindful consumption.
BBU’s parent Grupo Bimbo was named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for the second time last year, and the addition of electric vehicles will further the bakery giant’s company-wide commitment.
General Mills’ plans to roll out a new cereal made from Kernza across the US have stalled. However, instead of crying over spilt milk, the company has put a new spin on marketing climate beneficial foods.
Global farming practices – dominated by wheat, corn and rice – are playing havoc with the preservation of wildlife and putting food security at further risk, according to a new report by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).