These are all the posts that have been tagged with environment.
One of New Zealand’s top dairy companies needed to safely transport flow packs of cheese without decreasing the accessibility of the production lines. In addition, they had to keep the delicate flow packs unscathed and preferred a minimum number of transfers. AmbaFlex had the perfect answer for them with the unique, compact Portal ONE solution, […]
One of New Zealand’s top dairy companies needed to safely transport flow packs of cheese without decreasing the accessibility of the production lines.
Cargill has celebrated the establishment of its own licensed buying company (LBC) – Cargill Kokoo Sourcing Ltd – in Ghana.
La Morella Nuts, part of the Barry Callebaut Group, has launched a range of freshly deshelled organic Mediterranean nuts.
While packaging is often penalised for its contribution to the waste issue, industry has long been championing it as part of the solution to food waste, rather than part of the problem – so it’s pleasing to see UK government recognising the role of packaging in protecting both products and human health, as well as preventing food waste, in its new anti littering strategy.
Mondelēz International has unveiled four new finished production lines, the result of a £75 million investment, at its Bournville site in Birmingham.
Wrigley Poland recently decided to follow the company move toward process automation by simplifying its conveying process to reduce downtime.
PET Technologies, in co-operation with Thermo-Pack, has supplied a complete filling line for 5l PET bottles with reduced weight to Jermuk Group, the largest producer of mineral and spring water in Armenia.
Welsh government is inviting companies and research organisations to apply for a share of up to £1 million funding to develop solutions to make the food and drink available to children healthier, while reducing the cost.
The first Vitafoods Europe took place in 1997 – there were 100 exhibitors, and just over 1000 attendees. This year there are expected to be over 1000 exhibitors and over 18,500 visitors. The stature of the event has grown too. It is now firmly established as the place to be for anyone who wants to […]
The first Vitafoods Europe took place in 1997 – there were 100 exhibitors, and just over 1000 attendees. This year there are expected to be over 1000 exhibitors and over 18,500 visitors.
Nutrition companies view stricter EU regulation as a greater challenge than the state of the global economy, new research has shown. Meanwhile, Brexit is not widely expected to have a major impact on the European nutrition industry.
A new £21 million programme to strengthen Wales’ food and drink sector is expected to safeguard thousands of jobs and deliver over £100m for the Welsh economy.
The European parliament’s vote on the revision of EU waste legislation, which recognises the benefits of bio based packaging materials and sets the conditions for increased collection and recycling of beverage cartons, has been welcomed by industry associations.
Juice producers and soft drink businesses will join brewers and vineyards in a new drinks cluster being developed in Wales, set to be officially unveiled at Food and Drink Wales’ BlasCymru/TasteWales event next week.