Dr Maarten van der Kamp explains why harnessing education and skills in the agrifood sector could transform the future food system.
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Food to Go returns with more analysis of COP28 and its true impact on the food and beverage industry.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has claimed there are “major opportunities” for Africa’s rice sector to increase its yield gains through improved agronomic practices.
At the upcoming BFFF conference, key industry players are set to discuss warming up the cold chain and the impact this could have on the environment.
Gilberto Tomazoni, JBS’ CEO, emphasises overcoming trade barriers to address hunger, boost productivity, and promote sustainability globally.
Brexit legislation controlling the imports of multiple food and beverage products has come into force today, in a move which some claim will stretch already strained supply chains even further.
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Kroger has announced a new goal to advance sustainability in its fresh produce supply chain. Find out more here…
With the beverage industry contributing four percent of global CO2 emissions, how can companies adapt with green initiatives and genuine commitment essential amid evolving regulations? Colin Rodgers investigates.
Nestlé introduces Europe's first KitKat crafted from cocoa grown by farmer families from its Income Accelerator programme.
Eggs will no longer need to be labelled as barn eggs during mandatory housing measures in plans announced by Defra.