The Jordans Farm Partnership (JFP) – spearheaded by The Jordans, Dorset & Ryvita Company, owned by Associated British Foods – provides a valuable example of how it is possible to make significant gains for nature without negatively affecting profits.
US snack producer Quinn's ‘Be Better. Do Better.’ initiative is centred on encouraging growers, manufacturers and consumers to do things differently and join the fight to help our world to continue producing sustainable snacks.
Global food businesses are backing the call for international action to stem – and ultimately reverse – nature loss. But efforts to date have failed to yield sufficient results. FoodNavigator examines the business case for action on biodiversity and asks...
According to the United Nations (UN), climate change threatens our food supply ‘through increasing temperatures, changing precipitation patterns, and greater frequency of some extreme events’. And there’s no time to lose.
In the lead up to Climate Week (September 21-27, 2020), the breakfast cereal giant has shared how its collaboration with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to expand its Saving Tomorrow’s Agriculture Resources (S.T.A.R.) initiative in Illinois is paying off.
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...
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 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 US-based natural grocery chain said the plant-based movement of 2019 has not slowed down, but next year cold, creative snacks and ‘an array of interesting flours’ will transform how consumers obtain functional benefits like protein and fiber.
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.