Tate & Lyle and Land O’Lakes SUSTAIN hope to help farmers focus on sustainability on an acreage equivalent to Tate & Lyle's entire global corn purchases.
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Extreme weather in India and issues with adulteration are causing concern over the supply of turmeric.
Globally, 16 percent of people are making an effort to reduce their impact on the environment, a survey from Kantar reports.
A new report has warned that the food industry is vulnerable to cyber-attacks which could result in risks to public health.
Just 14 percent of England's rivers meet EU pollution guidelines, but Dave Garton, MD at wastewater treatment specialist, Atana, says this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Should the UK be cutting its beef consumption to reduce gas emissions and tackle climate change? No, says the NFU.
As part of its aim to be a leader in food safety, New Zealand Food Safety will be taking its draft strategy out for public consultation.
The WRI proposes a global action agenda to successfully meet the United Nations’ call to halve food loss and waste by 2030.
With more than one billion tonnes of food wasted every year and a growing global population, devising ways to combat food waste is of the utmost important. Darcy Simonis, Food and Beverage Segment Network Leader at ABB, believes frozen foods hold the answer.
Food industry insiders have met to focus on how to sustainably feed a global population of almost ten billion people in 2050.