Cargill’s Veliche becomes the first gourmet brand to bring chocolate sourced from El Salvador and Democratic Republic of Congo to chefs globally.
Building transparency and traceability through a centralized data platform helps ensure a lasting connection between cocoa farmers and consumers.
The Sustainable Food Trust has said that, in order to reduce associated rainforest destruction, UK livestock farmers could use more local alternatives to soya and palm kernel meal, and consumers would do better to switch to cows milk.
Minimally processed SweetPure delivers balanced sweetness for European bakery and cereal applications.
The global perspectives shed light on important differences between countries and provide critical insights into how people around the world think about what they should eat, and why.
The webinars, hosted by Thermal Fluid Solutions (TFS), will take place at regular intervals and are easily accessible to all.
The company will open offices in the US to serve the North American market.
Cargill will offer a ‘portfolio that will encompass both pea and soy formulations’.
Facility will allow the edible oils business to conduct multi-scale, continuous piloting, starting with the refining of new vegetable oils and blends and ending with shortening solutions for breads, cakes, cookies, frying and other uses.
Cargill investments create more jobs, enhance safety and well-being of farming families and add additional supply chain transparency for customers.
$5 million investment in Belgian Mouscron site to meet market demand for sugar reduced chocolate