This week's quickfire roundup of the very latest news includes a new commitment from PepsiCo, as well as a Salmonella outbreak in the US.
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There have been several recalls relating to Listeria monocytogenes in the US, while Aldi has announced a Salmonella-related recall in the UK.
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.
Susan Brownlow explains why carbon labelling is important to consumers and outlines some of the barriers to widespread adoption.
The plant-based meat specialist will team up with food and drink giant PepsiCo in a move which saw the former’s stock increase dramatically.
Food manufacturing giant PepsiCo has announced ambitious plans to reduce its environmental impact through more efficient agriculture processes.
Senior Vice President of Research and Development for PepsiCo Europe, Sean Westcott, discusses sustainable farming and why a greater level of co-operation is required between invested parties to make real change happen.
The soft drinks giant says that this drive towards recycled plastic will save an estimated 70,000 tonnes of virgin, fossil-fuel based plastic every year.
A new report in the United States highlights definite progress towards a collaborative national goal to reduce the number of calories and sugar Americans consume from beverages.
USAID and PepsiCo will each invest an initial $5 million to jumpstart the programme, which will support women-owned small- and medium-enterprises to improve the resiliency of rural farming communities in Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.
PepsiCo's Chris Daly discusses how the multinational food and beverage corporation is finding innovative ways to tackle long-term sustainability challenges and create more environmentally-friendly processes.
In its 2019 Sustainability Report, the company outlines the positive measures it has been implementing and its progress towards these goals.
With advice from government bodies, industry consortia and workplace authorities looking to prevent further impact caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic, New Food’s Sam Mehmet reflects on the outbreak and its repercussions for the food and beverage sector.