Sustainable Fibrepak – a natural packaging material that uses thermoformed wet pulp – is set to make waves in the food sector after meeting stringent EU regulations.
A new survey from the British Nutrition Foundation suggests that people find it difficult to distinguish between foods classed as ultra-processed and other processed foods.
Temperature control solutions specialist Aggreko is reminding manufacturers of the importance of complying with the F-Gas ban a year on from its introduction.
With new regulations coming into effect this year making allergen labelling compulsory on pre-packed food for direct sale, Bureau Veritas is welcoming the changes whilst urging businesses to set out a clear plan for the transition.
ProVeg International, Oatly and Upfield have launched a petition to stop Amendment 171, which seeks to ban the use of dairy-related terms when describing or packaging plant-based foods.
The Food and Drink Federation has expressed deep concern that proposals risk hindering progress with voluntary reformulation.
Temporary cooling systems and chillers could provide a way to safeguard against the rapidly shifting situation, according to Aggreko.
New Food Foundation report calls on food industry to set and report on health & sustainability targets
The Food Foundation is calling on food businesses to set targets for shifting revenue towards producing and selling healthier and more sustainable food.
The Healthy Start scheme provides pregnant women and low-income families with children under 4 with free vitamins and food vouchers to purchase vegetables, fruit, pulses and milk.
The UK Government has announced new legislation and geographical indication logos to guarantee authenticity and origin of British produce.