These are all the posts that have been tagged with agriculture.
Rabobank, a premier global food and agribusiness bank, is bringing FoodBytes!, its food and agriculture pitch-competition-meets-networking-event to London for the first time on 13 September at One Marylebone.
World Milk Day today (1 June) celebrates the benefits of milk and dairy products which are part of a sustainable and nutritious diet which contributes towards reducing hunger and alleviating poverty.
Significant progress has been made by the UK dairy industry in its efforts to reduce its environmental footprint, attendees at the launch of the Dairy Roadmap 10th anniversary report in the House of Commons were told.
Red Tractor is urging the government to ensure that food production is at the forefront of future agricultural policy.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has responded to Defra’s consultation on the future domestic Agriculture Policy in England: ‘Health and Harmony: The Future for Food, Farming and the Environment in a Green Brexit’.
The European Commission has announced €22 million in funding for a new bio-economy research project to be led by Glanbia Ireland.
Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) has committed to 2025 Sustainability Goals in smart agriculture, water stewardship, circular packaging, and climate action.
Here is your weekly round-up of ingredients news. Next week’s round-up will focus on packaging news.
Michael Creed, minister for agriculture, food & the marine and Glanbia Group chairman Henry Corbally have re-opened Glanbia Ireland’s Wexford cheese plant following a major capital investment programme.
Unilever has announced plans to source 100% cage-free eggs worldwide by 2025.
Tesco CEO Dave Lewis has set out the challenges facing the UK food industry and called for the whole supply chain to work together in order to step-change the way food is produced in the UK.
UK supplier of premium food Cranswick has announced the launch of its Second Nature group sustainability initiative.
According to research conducted by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), more beef, lamb and dairy products would be sold if a brighter spotlight was shone on their health benefits.
The latest ALP survey of labour providers supplying the workforce to the UK food supply chain – agriculture, food manufacture and distribution – has revealed three key things.