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The share of meat-free new products carrying a vegan/no animal ingredients claim nearly doubled in 2014-17, according to recent research by Mintel.
Cavendish Farms is equipping its new, state-of-the-art production facility in Lethbridge, Alberta with Tomra’s eco steam peelers.
Universal Robots has been chosen by the French start-up EKIM to design a pizzaiolo robot.
Carlsberg has unveiled what it’s calling a ‘world premier’ sustainable packaging solution.
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.
Shoppers may avoid buying meat if they cannot be sure it has been produced in the UK, amid concerns that standards on imported food will slip following Brexit, according to new research.
More than half of consumers in the UK and a third in the US are in favour of a tax on all plastic packaging on food products, new research has shown.
Soft drinks giant Britvic is installing new production lines at its UK manufacturing sites in Leeds and Rugby.
First Milk has announced the appointment of a new non-executive chairman, Chris Thomas.
A manufacturing employee from Fife, Scotland, has risen through the ranks of global snacks group Pladis, to become its youngest factory manager, leading its site in Bucharest, Romania.
The UK dairy industry is “increasingly strong, vibrant and ambitious” and can successfully deal with the unprecedented challenges and opportunities it now faces.
Arla Foods Germany is the first company to opt for the Signature Pack from SIG – an aseptic carton pack that is linked to plant-based renewable material.
Mary Barnard, president, chocolate Europe, has been elected as president of European confectionery organisation Caobisco, for a two-year period.
In response to the continued demand for new European can size formats, Ball Corporation has partnered with independent Italian craft brewery CRAK to produce “super sleek” designs for its craft beer range.