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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.
Nestlé has discovered unique coffee varieties which could help lower the carbon footprint associated with coffee consumption, improve yields and overcome climate change challenges.
The full terms of the deal have not been laid out, but Nestlé has confirmed that the three founders of Mindful Chef will continue to run the business, albeit under the leadership of Nestlé.
In a letter to Government, 21 of the UK’s major food companies are calling for more stringent regulation to ban imports of food produced from deforestation, reports BBC News.
Nestlé noted that it aims to solve the issue of plastic pollution through its three-pillar approach launched in January 2019. Read the approach here.
How can blockchain technology help improve the food industry? New Food hears from two experts about this technology's potential within the sector.
The call comes before the EU Commission is due to publish its Farm to Fork Strategy, which aims to make the food system more sustainable and healthy.
Alongside other companies such as Logitech, SIG and other industry partners, the stakeholders have have committed to provide CHF 5 million over 10 years to sustainable materials R&D.
The company has published its Cocoa & Forests Initiative report, highlighting key milestones achieved.
The Annual Report also includes details about Nestlé's commitment to achieve zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
The challenges of supplier management and risk minimisation are vast. Vincent Desmond, CEO at the Chartered Quality Institute, explores industry best practice and what needs to happen to prevent things going wrong in the supply chain.