Napolina-owner Princes Group is continuing efforts to support migrant workers impacted by labour exploitation via a partnership with Casa Sankara, a voluntary association based in southern Italy that provides support to migrant workers who have faced...
Napolina-owner Princes Group has completed what it claims is a first-of-its-kind Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) into pulses from Argentina – taking a major step forward in evolving its approach to human rights due diligence and supply chain transparency.
The EU’s proposed directive on corporate sustainability due diligence promises a level playing field for big food and beverage companies already implementing due diligence procedures, FoodNavigator hears.
PepsiCo posted better-than-expected fourth quarter results, primarily driven by its Frito-Lay North American unit, which delivered its fastest rate of growth since 2013, according to CEO Ramon Laguarta.
The Association of Chocolate, Biscuit and Confectionery Industries of Europe has launched the Treatwell initiative to highlight the role of the sectors in safeguarding the planet and thus capitalising on consumer demand.
PT Multipersada Gatramegah – a subsidiary of the leading player in the global palm oil market – has become the first mill in the world to be successfully audited against the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil’s updated Principles and Criteria 2018.
Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has introduced two organic flours to its complementary range of organic and grain-based products, to enable customers meet increasing consumer demand for clean label products.
Nestlé announced it closed its joint venture with the Indofood Group last month, while PepsiCo reiterated its stance to not source palm oil – either directly or indirectly – from the company and its subsidiaries, purportedly linked to deforestation and...
Amnesty International has uncovered “systemic” cases of child labour and labour rights abuses in Indonesian palm oil plantations operated by Wilmar, tracing the palm oil back to firms including Nestlé, Unilever and Kellogg – companies that all claim to...
ASR Group-owned Tate & Lyle Sugars is considering legal action against The Guardian newspaper over a story published this week accusing the sugar giant of working with a Cambodian supplier that employed child labour among other human right abuses.
Following hot on the heels of last week's announcement that net
income for the first quarter is set to exceed projections,
privately owned US agribusiness Bunge said yesterday that it now
owns 100 per cent of French oil processor...