These are all the posts that have been tagged with environment.
Tate & Lyle, a global provider of food and beverage ingredients and solutions, together with its stevia partner Sweet Green Fields, is conducting a new research project to assess the sustainability of the stevia supply chain.
Shou Quan Zhai (SQZ) is expanding into the beverage market with a new line of ready-to-drink products. They are the first non-dairy beverages in China available in lightweight flexible packages from Ecolean.
Frutarom Natural Solutions, a division of International Flavors & Fragrances, has received organic certification for its natural annatto colour.
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Japanese brewer Asahi is buying the beer business of Britain’s Fuller Smith & Turner’s for £250 million ($327 million), in a deal that will allow Fuller’s to focus on its pub and hotel holdings.
SIG has developed Plant 360 Controller – a new digital monitoring and control solution to optimise every angle of filling plant operations to help food and beverage manufacturers overcome new levels of production challenges.
As if bacon-lovers were not distressed enough at being urged to curtail their consumption following recent reports that nitrites in processed meat may be killing them… this week we learn that their breakfast butties are killing the planet too. Yep, apparently our meat-heavy, vegetable-poor diet is causing ‘catastrophic’ damage to the environment and killing 11 […]
Following a successful 2018 trial, Highland Spring’s eco bottle will launch this January with a nationwide retailer roll out.
SIG is showcasing how waste can be turned into something useful through an ‘eco-canteen’ made almost entirely from used beverage cartons.
A new Food Surplus and Waste Champion to help drive forward the government’s plans to cut food waste has been appointed by Environment Secretary Michael Gove.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has published analysis showing that food and drink exports increased by 1.8% to £16.4bn from January to September 2018, when compared to the same period in 2017.
Nestlé has announced it is creating an Institute of Packaging Sciences, which will be dedicated to the discovery and development of functional, safe and environmentally friendly packaging solutions.
UK-based Huel has announced the launch of its Huel Ready-to-drink, which it says is a nutritionally complete meal, pre-blended for convenience in two flavours – vanilla and berry.
Zumosol has re-launched its organic juices in 1 litre aseptic Pure-Pak Sense cartons with natural brown board from Elopak.