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The European Federation of Bottled Waters has joined the Close the Glass Loop inaitive alongside EXPRA, FERVER, UNESDA, MWE, EuroCities, SpiritsEurope, ACR+, CEEV and FEVE as founding partners at the European level.
The partnership aims to expand the brewers' beer portfolios, accelerate product innovation and increase distribution reach.
Marking International Tea Day, FAO led a virtual event attended by tea exporters, producers, experts and advocacy organisations to highlight the need to prioritise the sustainability and prosperity of the tea sector.
Mexico implemented an excise tax of one peso per litre (approximately 10 percent increase in price) on sugar sweetened drinks in January 2014, and this study has revealed downward trends in consumption as a result.
The Canadian Craft Brewers Association has issued an open letter stating that the majority of craft breweries in Canada are in trouble – with most not being profitable even before the COVID-19 pandemic.
A group of ecologists set out to explore the "core microbiome" of coffee in order to find signs of microbes which could lead to better understanding of how the plant reacts to changing climatic conditions.
spiritsEUROPE companies and national association members will cooperate with the national glass value chains across Europe to improve the collection and recycling of glass packaging.
The researchers said that this finding could be leveraged to influence how we regulate sugar and sweeteners as food additives.
In a letter to the US government, the coalition warned that if federal action is not swift, a slowdown in food and beverage manufacturing due to a shortage in CO2 will ultimately lead to shortages of needed goods.
To support the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic and battle shortages of urgently needed antibacterial gel, Manchester Gin Distillery has started producing hand sanitiser.
An NYU study has found that children's fruit drinks often include misleading and confusing labelling about fruit and sugar content, and the researchers have offered recommendations to the FDA to better regulate them.
The researchers, from Shinshu University in Japan, study foods indigenous to Japan to share knowledge with others around the world with the hope that they, too, can benefit from the culture.
The Close the Glass Loop platform has the objective to achieve a post-consumer glass container collection target of 90 percent, and to ensure that this is recycled into the container glass production loop to come back as a new packaging.