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22 January 2019 | By New Food
Packaging material made of recycled plastics including carry bags and use of newspaper to wrap food to be prohibited.
3 January 2019 | By Andy Green
As the popularity of palm oil continues to grow, so does the controversy surrounding it - at time of writing, the furore over the banned Iceland supermarket/Greenpeace TV advertisement in the UK continues. Andy Green discusses how the supply chain can help to make the world’s most consumed vegetable oil…
2 January 2019 | By New Food
Achievements across the sector highlighted in end-of-year statement.
12 December 2018 | By New Food
Both companies pledge further investment in the region at separate meetings with Prime Minister Imran Khan.
4 December 2018 | By New Food
A survey has shown that Chinese parents prefer baby formula milk to be of good quality and full of nutrients, regardless of an increase in prices.
21 September 2018 | By New Food
Delegates from DEFRA and AHDB get first-hand insight into the Chinese import market at 16th annual China International Meat Industry Exhibition...
17 September 2018 | By New Food
Global food giant Nestlé S.A. last week announced that it has ramped up its efforts towards reaching the company’s 2020 No Deforestation commitment by becoming the first global food company to implement Starling, a satellite-based service, to monitor 100 per cent of its global palm oil supply chains.
13 September 2018 | By New Food
Expert's research sheds new light on the situation
4 September 2018 | By New Food
The Food and Agriculture Organization has warned how the current outbreak of African swine fever could easily spread.
10 April 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
Iceland has said that its pledge will reduce the demand for palm oil by more than 500 tonnes per year.
6 March 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
Indonesia will be the first cocoa-producing nation to be the focus of a series of pilots conducted by Barry Callebaut aimed at improving cocoa farmers' incomes, ending child labour in the industry and cutting carbon emissions.
5 March 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
Scientists have developed magnetic nanoparticles that can detect traces of a popular pesticide chemical in under two hours without the need for costly preparation procedures.
21 February 2018 | By
The Food and Drink Federation, Santander UK and the British Government organised a trade trip to give major suppliers an opportunity to tap a quickly growing export market.