A safari operator has taken to installing a microfactory in one of its lodges capable of producing fresh drinking water and even beer for its guests to reduce waste and transport emissions.
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Two ice lolly products have been recalled in the UK, while Hershey's has raised the alarm over undeclared nuts on one of its products.
Meal kit company HelloFresh has reported an increase of more than three million customers in a year, as the pandemic drives consumers online.
A new report has urged the EU food industry to use the pandemic to repair what it has called a broken food system, with food waste and nutrition being high on the agenda.
Districts across the US are coming under increasing pressure to accept legislation that would allow chefs to sell food cooked at home in order to make a living despite the devastation COVID-19 has caused to the food industry.
The tariff war resulted from a dispute over civil aircraft subsidies and has affected several other sectors, not least the spirits trade, which has seen tough import duties placed on its products.
This week's Recall Roundup features several pathogen alerts in the US and Germany, as well as undeclared allergen recalls in the UK.
The BNF is launching a new event to encourage people from all ages to improve their health and wellbeing by focussing on five key themes.
Swiss food manufacturer Nestlé has announced plans to close one of its UK factories, with investments into other plants in the UK to be made instead.
The new Protein Innovation Centre in Singapore will welcome start-ups and university researchers from across the region to develop plant-based food solutions.
As attitudes to food waste change, is it time to give one unsung hero its time in the spotlight? The UK and Ireland Mushroom Producers believe its versatility has led many across the UK to add it to their shopping trolleys during the pandemic.
Scientists in California have developed an efficient use for corn waste, which they claim can filter pollutants out of drinking water.
Russian supermarket Magnit is teaming up with other retailers to promote healthy and sustainable lifestyles, including increasing the availability of food low in sugar, salt, and fat.
The Food and Drink Federation’s (FDF) trade report for February makes for concerning reading for the food industry, as the dairy and meat sectors find themselves hardest hit.
The growing popularity of vegan food shows no sign of slowing down, with financial firms predicting large growth ahead for the sector.