An event is being launched by the British Meat Processors Association to discuss the impacts of different farming systems and explore solutions to climate change.
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Trials of food refill stations and 'naked florist' sections will last for at least three months in an Asda store in Leeds before a decision is made on whether to roll out, retrial or stop the features.
Stone fruit production areas such as Little Karoo from Montagu, Barrydale, Ladismith, Calitzdorp, through to Prince Albert, have suffered severely from the droughts, with some losing their farms, and many farmworkers without income or jobs.
The Rainforest Action Network's assessment reportedly found that the actions taken by the major snack food brands are not enough compared to what is actually needed to address the impacts of their ever-growing consumption of Conflict Palm Oil.
Popular seafood products such as 'fish sticks' have been found to generate significant 'post-catch' emissions, underscoring the need to measure what happens after fish are caught, according to researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
The research, by Washington State University, aims to help farmers around the world use less man-made fertilisers to grow important food crops like wheat, corn and soybeans.
Building on its 2018 commitment to make 100 percent of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025, Nestlé aims to reduce its use of virgin plastics by one third whilst working to advance the circular economy and clean up plastic waste from oceans, lakes and rivers.
Global analysis carried out by the University of Washington has suggested that global fish stocks are not in decline, despite the common narrative that they are, and this is due to the successful management of fisheries.
The University of Kent researchers carried out the study analysing food supply data for 171 countries from the 1960's to 2010's.
Lead researcher Jaimie Van Norman is hoping to understand whether bigger roots survive stress better, with some of the biggest challenges to crops including drought and high levels of salinity in soils.
A Spanish company is calling its new plant-based steak the ‘most realistic’ to date.
The United Nations has declared 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health. Here, Dr Sylvain Charlebois takes a look at how important this really is for the planet and for ensuring a sustainable supply of food across the entire globe.
The new labels, designed to help consumers understand the environmental impact of their diet, will reportedly start appearing on products from June 2019 and on the entire Quorn range by 2021.
More than two years on from the release of Blue Planet II, relatively little has changed, according to the charity Green Alliance. Supermarkets are still putting the equivalent of 900 pieces of single use plastic on the shelf for every person living in the UK each year...