The US Senator for Minnesota has introduced the loan programme to help the dairy industry weather the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Neil Giles, Marketing Communications Manager, Mettler-Toledo Product Inspection, explains how packaged food manufacturers can measure the efficiency of their production lines by knowing the difference between Total Cost of Ownership and Total Delivered Cost.
BMPA has stated that the Government's decision not to apply for BSE Negligible Risk Status will see the British meat industry lose out on millions.
Despite initial higher, relative costs, developing a food safety plan for small farms opens up new markets, according to a study by Cornell University.
A Cornell study has revealed satisfaction among farmers in Bangladesh who generated higher yields and revenues using four types of genetically engineered aubergines.
Despite the fall in exports, the analysis also revealed that there was an increase in non-EU demand for UK branded goods, from countries such as the US and China.
The FDA has announced a set of new extensions and temporary flexible policies to allow food businesses to continue to operate during the coronavirus pandemic, such as labelling requirements and eligibility criteria for rule exemptions.
The partnership aims to expand the brewers' beer portfolios, accelerate product innovation and increase distribution reach.
Murdoch MacLennan, Partner & Head of Brewing & Distilling at Campbell Dallas, tells New Food how the novel coronavirus has impacted UK brewing supply and demand.
A consumer study, commissioned by the American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI), has found that the surge in demand for frozen food is due to returning buyers as well as first-time buyers.
The Commission has published a set of Questions and Answers (Q&A) designed to provide further detail about the measures it has introduced to support the agricultural and food sectors throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
The new funding aims to support UK dairy farmers who have seen decreased demand for their products since bars, restaurants and cafes closed as part of lockdown measures.
The £1 million promotional campaign taps into the need for personal moments during lockdown – designed to highlight the role fresh milk and dairy plays in these challenging times.
FAIRR has undertaken a climate ’scenario analysis’ on some of the world’s biggest meat companies, finding that many could “face ruin” in the likely scenario of a 2°C warmer world by 2050.