These are all the posts that have been tagged with africa.
PepsiCo has announced that it plans to achieve 50 per cent recycled plastic (rPET) in its bottles by 2030 across the European Union, with an interim target of 45 per cent by 2025. Through this target, the company will more than triple the amount of recycled plastic it uses, equating to over 50,000 tonnes of rPET.
Fonterra Co-operative Group (FCG) has announced that Miles Hurrell will take over as the co-operative’s interim chief executive with immediate effect.
Ingredion has added three functional potato starches to its processed cheese ingredient portfolio.
Africa-inspired health food brand Aduna has launched a range of African Super-Teas.
Africa-inspired health food brand Aduna has revealed the launch of a new range of Superfood Energy Bars.
Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) and Russia-based Aston Foods have launched a 50-50 joint venture to provide sweeteners and starches to customers in Russia.
Nestlé has vowed to improve the welfare of millions of chickens used for food in Europe under several of its brands.
According to new research, the majority of British people expect that the traditional beef burger will be overtaken by meat-free alternatives in just 20 years’ time.
Starbucks has a new strategic licensing agreement with the farmer-owned dairy cooperative Arla Foods.
PepsiCo has announced the second year of its Nutrition Greenhouse incubator programme, an initiative designed to discover and nurture breakthrough brands in the food and beverage sector.
Recent research carried out by Ingredion has revealed that the food industry can no longer afford to ignore the influence of technology on consumer buying habits as ‘webrooming’ becomes widespread.
Direct Food Ingredients is celebrating the launch of its new division dedicated to herbs, spices and natural health ingredients.
Having just returned from the four-day Easter weekend (I hope everyone enjoyed the bank holiday), I thought an Easter food themed blog would be appropriate for this week’s entry.
UK shoppers continue to show their support for Fairtrade, with new independent sales figures revealing that retail sales for Fairtrade grew by 7% in 2017, alongside increased business engagement.
The latest export statistics from the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) reveal that any failure to secure continued access to the EU’s many preferential trade deals could have serious implications for the food and drink industry, with exports to these markets now worth more than £2bn to UK producers.