Aligned to its pledge to transition 100% of its packaging to reusable, recyclable or compostable material by the end of 2025, the breakfast cereal giant will be trialling a fully recyclable paper liner for its Corn Flakes cereals next year.
OLIO – the community sustainability app used to give away unwanted food to neighbours for free – has announced a $43m Series B round, led by Swedish investment firm VNV Global and New York-based hedge fund Lugard Road Capital, among others.
Kind Snacks has partnered with suicide prevention charity, Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), to further champion its mission to get Britons to exercise kindness amid the continuing challenges thrown up by the pandemic.
Irish-headquartered food company Kerry Group has inaugurated its new facility in India, which when fully operational, will support 300 new jobs, however, the group's consumer foods division, Kerry Foods, is to close its site in Burton in the UK with...
Former Seabrook Crisps boss John Tague has sent a letter directly to Sainsbury ceo Mike Coupe to persuade him to stock his Tags brand of crisps, following a £125,000 investment from the BBC’s Dragons’ Den stars.
The GM debate at times seems much like the Hokey Cokey (or Pokey, if you’re US-based). There’s been a lot of putting in, some putting out, and quite a lot of shaking things all about, but as of yet, there hasn’t really been a turnaround and definitely...
UK supermarket Tesco has announced that it is drastically reducing the price of organic produce by up to 25 per cent, in response to feedback from consumers who are feeling the effects of the credit crunch.
The bakery industry is capitalizing on the increase in demand for
fruit ingredients from manufacturers providing for health-conscious
consumers with UK retailer Tesco, alone launching 15 new baked
goods containing berries in the last...
UK speciality cake and bread producer Finsbury Foods is expecting
healthy profits in 2005 and claims to have reversed last year's
nightmare Christmas period, despite mixed reports from many
multiple retailers, reports Chris Mercer.
With recent reports backing up growing evidence that companies' IT
spend budgets are continuing to expand in an effort to incorporate
RFID tagging, the latest word from global retailers is that
implementation will take longer...
European customers are demanding greater assurances of quality and
hygiene in their food products. A recent conference on the
packaging of fish examined at what the industry was doing to meet
The Food Commission has got the knives out for the UK supermarket
sector and confectionery manufacturers over the sale of sweets and
snacks at the checkout, which it claims is contributing to the
worsening health of the nation.