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Exploring cocoa supply chain sustainability, Simone Kleinau from Nestlé Deutschland took to the stage at Food Ingredients Europe to share how the company’s Income Accelerator Programme supports cocoa farmers and their families.
Researchers have warned that “all aquatic species in the river mouths flowing into the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean are contaminated with microplastics”.
With a month having passed since Food Integrity Global, Grace Galler reflects on the key takeaways from the two day conference and shares how the sector came together to discuss some of the most prevalent concerns in the industry right now.
Steve Barclay has been appointed as the new Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs following Thérèse Coffey stepping down.
ENAVRA addresses plastic utensil pollution with biodegradable alternatives made from avocado seeds, promoting sustainability and reducing environmental impact.
In response to apprehensions among farmers, the UK's Red Tractor food assurance scheme has delayed the introduction of new standards and modules until the conclusion of the NFU's governance review.
John Smout reveals how Nofence's virtual fencing technology empowers farmers with GPS collars, improving livestock management, soil health, and animal welfare.
After Rishi Sunak rowed back on several climate commitments, Raphael Podselver from ProVeg International, a co-host of Food4Climate at COP28, examines the implications of this decision and what it means for the food industry.
A report has predicted that the global demand for seafood will surge by 14 percent by 2030 despite 85 percent of the world’s fisheries being “pushed to or beyond their limits”.
The UK Government has committed to providing a “package of measures” to encourage people to “buy British” produce when shopping online.