These are all the posts that have been tagged with environment.
Chirag Sheth looks at the increasing popularity of pouches and flexible packaging within the beverage sector, and how coding and marking plays a key role in production line efficiency.
100% of wood fibre purchased globally in 2015 was either FSC certified or FSC controlled wood, reveals the ninth annual Proforest report on the Chain of Custody (CoC) commitment made in 2007 by Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment (ACE) members.
PepsiCo UK & Ireland has announced that it has halved the amount of water and carbon used to grow potatoes for Walkers Crisps in water stressed areas as part of its ‘50 in 5’ commitments, launched in 2010.
UK food and drink manufacturers will get the opportunity to quiz secretary of state for environment, food and rural affairs, Andrea Leadsom on the government’s plans to boost post-Brexit exports when she addresses the Food and Drink Exporters Association’s annual network forum.
Food and beverage businesses can now source EU-approved biocidal disinfectants from the UK as Airedale Chemical, the only British-based producer receives BPR approval for its peracetic acid (PAA) products. Following confirmation of its place on the EU Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) Airedale Chemical has cemented its position as one of the country’s leading chemical companies […]
Food and beverage businesses can now source EU-approved biocidal disinfectants from the UK as Airedale Chemical, the only British-based producer receives BPR approval for its peracetic acid (PAA) products.
Dominic Goudie, policy manager for exports, trade and supply chain at the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has been shortlisted in the Young Association Executive of the Year category at the national Associations Awards.
StarPRO is a new line of professional cleaning products from Starbrands, which has been producing British cleaning products for more than 70 years.
Adopting and developing a more sustainable approach throughout the supply chain is undoubtedly one of the biggest challenges faced by the packaging industry. Nicholas Bloch considers the contribution of PET.
More than 6,000 UK food and drink companies can now take advantage of new technologies and expert advice at the touch of a button, with the launch of the new Food Innovation Network (FIN).
EFSA has published a report on the outcomes of a scientific workshop on foodborne viruses.
A survey by the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) reports that concerns are mounting and confidence is becoming fragile within the food and drink industry.
Chilled and frozen fish business Young’s Seafood Limited has announced the results of its research into sustainable fishing technology.
The Welsh government is supporting 12 companies to exhibit at Food Matters Live in London later this year.