Clif Bar & Company has followed the appointment of Rizal Hamdallah as the company’s first-ever chief innovation officer last month with the launch of its Trailblazers Incubator to challenge the status quo when it comes to innovation.
The Northwest-based bakery – which has been crafting artisan breads for the past four decades – is on a mission to partner with like-minded businesses to ensure what consumers eat is nutritious and sustainable as possible.
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.
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.
PepsiCo has agreed to acquire White Star and Pioneer Foods Group for R23.63bn ($1.7 billion), which will create a leading food and beverage company in Africa with a commitment to building a more sustainable future and investing in communities.
From organic food to eco-labels, sustainable sourced ingredients and traceability, the UK Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has published a set of manufacturer guidelines to optimize their packaging systems to drive the sustainability agenda.
Target will double the size of its 'Made to Matter' range of natural, organic, and sustainable products this year as part of a plan to "reinvent" its grocery offering and "deliver more organic, natural, gluten-free items" to...
Organic logos and claims generally have positive effects on consumers, but even the most positive supporter has negative inferences towards organic products when they are judged on functional health benefits, suggest researchers.
A European supplier of organic flavour extracts has added a range
of new ingredients to its portfolio, designed to produce a cleaner
label and boost the profile of organic products in the eyes of
Britain's major supermarkets are today being blamed for distorting
the organic primary produce market, forcing 300 Scottish farmers to
switch to conventional agricultural practices to stay in business.
Retailers in the UK are increasing their organic food offering all
the time, especially as consumers become increasingly concerned
about the safety of much of the food they eat. But playing on these
fears to advertise and promote...
Despite being one of the most important organic food markets in
Europe, German consumer confidence in the organic sector was
seriously undermined by last year's nitrofen scandal - leaving the
country's producers with an...
As Europe debates the anticipated changes to the Common
Agricultural Policy (CAP), the European Commission suggested its
commitment to organic farming with the announcement that it has
launched an Internet consultation about its future.