Catch up with this week's food and drink headlines, including more meat sector labour woes and new net zero targets.
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Bakery giant Grupo Bimbo has become the latest largescale manufacturer to make climate promises as it sets a 2050 target to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions.
Results of a survey completed by National Craft Butchers (NCB) has revealed the steps local butchers are taking to try to improve the climate credentials of their trade.
Research from the American Chemical Society has suggested that US consumers should buy less savoury bakery products and manufacturers should offer more cost-effective packaging to reduce carbon emissions.
The British Meat Processors Association has called on the UK Government to relax immigration rules in the short term, but also to put in place long term solutions to avoid shortages in the future.
The key to a healthy heart is a balanced diet, rather than avoiding certain foods, new research from the American Heart Association has recommended today.
The food manufacturing giant will focus on sourcing all of its cocoa responsibly and reducing plastic usage in a bid to make its entire value chain more sustainable.
Research suggests that plant-based products will witness a surge of investments next year, as manufacturers respond to an increase in consumer demand.
Catch up with this week's food and drink headlines, including reaction on the UK's Autumn Budget and a surprisingly discovery around allergies.
This week's recall roundup features more concerns over a salmonella outbreak among onions in the US, as well as undeclared allergens in Canada.
Michael Harte of Bridge Cheese is calling on the British government to provide more support if we are to avoid further price hikes and shortages.
Exposure to cadmium through food could have the potential to exacerbate allergic reactions, according to new research from Ohio State University.
UK supermarket Sainsbury’s has brought forward its climate targets by five years as it looks to deliver on sustainability goals in line with UN targets to reduce warming.
Italian cheese manufacturer Granarolo has acquired US cheese retailer Calabro Cheese Corp as it looks to expand into the US this year and beyond.
The grocery chain is giving shoppers the chance to round up their shopping bill to the nearest dollar to help support the non-profit, which helps feed Americans struggling with food insecurity across the US.