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Electronics giant Samsung hopes that connected technology can enable more Brits to grow their own produce at home as it launches the UK’s first urban-farm-to-table pizzeria.
It’s hoped the funding will help elevate the US to a position of leadership within the cultured protein sector, which is seen a key solution to reducing the climate impact of the food industry.
The group of European food chain organisations has urged the European Commission to rethink the Farm to Fork strategy so as not to destabilise the continent’s food supply.
The decrease is not moving quick enough to keep up with targets set by the National Food Strategy however, which has recommended meat consumption fall by 30 percent in the next decade.
The chorizo sector in Spain is making fresh efforts to modernise its production processes on the back of the COVID-19 crisis, with several large manufacturers committing to sustainability initiatives.
Joost Matthijssen of Nutreco explains how alternative protein can be part of the solution to feeding an increased global population, rather than a sole saviour for the food industry.
The multi-million euro investment has been dubbed ‘HempFlax 3.0’, and will see the manufacturer install technology such as solar panels and hydrogen vehicles to make its processes more sustainable.
Though progress has been made in terms of reducing the environmental impact of cooking fuels, the researchers suggest this progress is stalling.
A new initiative known as ‘BURT’ will be trialled in Glasgow and inform a future UK-wide rollout of a reusable cup scheme.
For consistent quality products, digitalisation is key in the next generation of consumer-packaged goods industry.
Some of the world’s top dairy producers have signed up to a new initiative to drive the realisation of zero emissions targets within the dairy sector, ahead of the UN Food Systems Summit in New York.
New research has suggested that adding CBD could be a way for hard seltzer brands to increase purchases, as well as revealing which brand is currently performing best in what is a crowded market.