Mondelez India has announced that even more Cadbury products in the country will bear the Cocoa Life logo, promoting sustainable cocoa farming throughout the country.
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For consistent quality products, digitalisation is key in the next generation of consumer-packaged goods industry.
Some of the world’s top dairy producers have signed up to a new initiative to drive the realisation of zero emissions targets within the dairy sector, ahead of the UN Food Systems Summit in New York.
Professor Chris Elliott has some grim predictions for the UK’s food supply this coming winter and calls on the UK Government to do more to protect the nation from empty shelves and price hikes.
Plant-based milk shows no sign of slowing down, with oat milk now overtaking almond milk as the premier milk alternative after a strong year of growth.
The report has highlighted China as a particular area of growth, where it claims changing tastes are leading to an increased consumption of less sustainable fish products such a salmon and shrimp.
The National Chicken Council has revealed reductions in both greenhouse gas emissions and fossil fuel usage per kilogram of bird produced from 2010 to 2020.
The new pectin plant also has significant sustainability credentials, with Cargill confirming it will be run on thermal energy generated from biomass and biogas.
In order for the UK and other countries to deliver on climate targets, the Social Market Foundation says more attention and investment must be given to the alternative protein sector.
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