New global guidance has been developed through consensus with industry firms including Walmart, McDonald’s, PepsiCo, HelloFresh, Kerry Foods and 3M.
Leading brands are tapping into increasing demand for healthier options in snacks.
Cardboard packaging will reduce the amount of virgin plastic it uses in its supply chain annually.
New Cambridge-based laboratory in partnership with NIAB will provide Quaker Oats growers with data-driven insights on how to maximise yield and oat quality, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
EIT Food Quality Mark of Excellence establishes that a provider’s portfolio of professional development courses has passed a rigorous quality assessment.
Vesper adds sugar to its portfolio of commodities, making it the first user-friendly and independent sugar intelligence platform in the market.
PepsiCo Europe has announced that by 2030, it plans to eliminate virgin fossil-based plastic in all its crisp and chip bags.
Using the latest scientific knowledge of how different types of starch are digested, the project hopes to introduce consumer-focused starchy products that can contribute to consumers’ health.
PepsiCo has selected 10 emerging innovators for its fifth annual PepsiCo Greenhouse programme that seek to transform the ways consumers eat, drink and live their lives.
PepsiCo is committing to eliminate all virgin plastic from its Pepsi brand beverage bottles sold in nine European Union markets by 2022.
UK smoothie brand, Naked, has pledged to help build a world where plastics never need become waste.