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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The engineers say the process is much more efficient than current methods of lead removal, as it does not target sodium and magnesium which are essential to healthy drinking water.
LGBTQ+-owned restaurants throughout the US could be dealt a welcome boost this Autumn, with grants between $5,000 and $10,000 handed out through the partnership’s grants.
Researchers from Australia have perhaps identified the reason that some children dislike broccoli and cauliflower – it could well be down to their parents!
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.
TikTok has changed social media forever, but researchers have concerns that the way alcohol is portrayed on the platform could be damaging for young people viewing the content.
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 unfurling carbon dioxide crisis could start proving very costly for the meat industry, with pig farms facing the possibility of culling animals if supplies do not improve.
It’s hoped the fortification of flour in the UK will reduce neural tube defects among new born children as the UK follows the US and Australia in adopting the policy.
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The newly-formed WMO incudes membership from some of the world’s largest macadamia-producing countries, including Australia, South Africa and the US state of Hawaii.
This week's recall roundup features alerts over Listeria monocytogenes and Shiga-toxin producing E.coli (STEC) in the US and undeclared allergen recalls in UK supermarkets.
New research has suggested that adding CBD could be a way for hard seltzer brands to increase purchases, as well as revealing which brand is currently performing best in what is a crowded market.
The funding will help provide food banks deliver assistance to those experiencing food insecurity, which Feeding America says has greatly increased since the onset of the pandemic.