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Sustainability - Articles and news items

What a Donald Trump Presidency might mean for the US food and beverage industry

Blogs, Z Homepage Promo  •  20 January 2017  •  Roy Manuell, Digital Editor

Donald Trump’s stance on the food and beverage industry remains to be seen. In this article, we predict what might happen once Trump enters the White House…

Food security threatened by sea-level rise

Industry news  •  18 January 2017  •  NIBIO – Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research

Food security to be threatened by significant seal-level rise in a report based upon findings by the Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research…

Barry Callebaut moves to sustainable carton in EMEA

Industry news  •  11 January 2017  •  New Food

Barry Callebaut now purchases 95% of its corrugated carton boxes as Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified in the EMEA Region…

Loughborough University pioneer new research into reducing food waste

Industry news  •  6 January 2017  •  New Food

Loughborough University is part of a new £0.8 million research project examining how food manufacturing systems can be improved to reduce waste…

The overwhelming importance of women to the global fishing industry

Blogs, Industry news  •  6 January 2017  •  Kilden

New Food presents an excellent analysis by Kilden, an information centre for gender research on the importance of women to the global fishing industry…

The top 10 things 2016 taught us

Blogs, Z Homepage Promo  •  15 December 2016  •  Roy Manuell, Digital Editor

We’ve identified the top 10 things that the last twelve months taught us. Here are our highlights (or lowlights dependent on your viewpoint) from 2016…

The end of the traditional British fish & chips?

Industry news  •  12 December 2016  •  British Ecological Society (BES)

Great British fish suppers could become more like those enjoyed in Spain and Portugal, according to data being presented at the British Ecological Society’s annual meeting in Liverpool this week…

Indian researchers pioneer an alternate use for sugarcane waste

Industry news  •  25 November 2016  •  Elsevier

From Britain to Mexico, countries are considering sugar taxes to reduce consumption and curb the global obesity epidemic. Indian researchers might have found a use for sugarcane waste…

The Coca-Cola System In China completes definitive agreement to reshape bottling operations

Industry news  •  23 November 2016  •  New Food

The Coca-Cola Company commemorated the completion of a definitive agreement to refranchise all existing Company-owned bottling operations in China on Saturday…

Protein feed and bioplastic from farm biogas

Industry news  •  17 November 2016  •  New Food

VTT has developed a solution for converting even small sources of methane-rich biogas into raw materials for animal feed or bioplastic on farms, landfills and wastewater treatment plants…

Nitrogen reports protect water and drives on-farm efficiency

Industry news  •  15 November 2016  •  New Food

Fonterra farmers to receive nitrogen reports for the 2015/16 season, a programme that enables farmers to maximise the benefits of nutrient use…

PepsiCo talks sugar, sustainability and a responsible approach to development

Blogs, Z Homepage Promo  •  1 November 2016  •  Roy Manuell

New Food speaks exclusively to PepsiCo on what it is doing to ensure the health and sustainability go hand in hand with its products…

France’s field-to-table agricultural approach

Blogs  •  31 October 2016  •  Roy Manuell

France has an undeniably unique approach to gastronomy with an emphasis on fresh produce and a field-to-table approach. New Food speaks to journalist Kait Bolongaro for a further insight…

ENSO threatens food supply in southern Africa

Industry news  •  17 October 2016  •  Lund University

Rapid climate change will lead to greater shortages of food, fuel, energy and animal feed in vast rural areas of eastern and southern Africa….

Small-scale agriculture threatens the rainforest

Industry news  •  14 October 2016  •  Lund University

A study led by a researcher at Lund University in Sweden has mapped the effects of small farmers on the rain forests of Southeast Asia for the first time…

 

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