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Irish company, Morelli Ice Cream, has won the ice cream industry’s most prestigious award – The National Ice Cream Championships 2019.
The packaging industry must keep an open mind and invest in sustainable ways to reduce materials waste, but it will be an ongoing process – says an industry spokesperson.
Tastewise, an AI-powered food intelligence startup, has today published its first report on emerging food trends.
SIG is the first in the industry to offer a market-ready alternative to plastic straws, announcing today that a paper straw solution will be delivered to first customers in the first quarter of 2019.
Orkla achieved an operating profit of NOK 1.4 bn (€188.7m) in the fourth quarter of 2018, a decline of 2.4%.
iFarm Project, which develops modular automated farms to produce natural vegetables, salads, and berries year-round, has raised $1 million to develop iFarm technology and enable it to enter the international market.
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.
Founded in 2009 by a group of retailers and brands, the On-Pack Recycling Label celebrates a decade of recycling advice, as public readiness for radical action reaches tipping point.
The latest Food Standards Agency (FSA) Public Attitudes Tracker Survey results have just been published.
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.
Last year, Ultimate Packaging began working with International Procurement and Logistics (IPL), to help Asda supermarket deliver on its pledge to reduce plastic by 10%.
The frozen food industry has recognised the stand-out individuals and teams of the frozen food industry in the British Frozen Food Federation’s annual People Awards.
Wolf Packaging, whose UK business arm is based in Birmingham, received orders for over 300 machines in 2018, while the group’s profitable revenue exceeded €30 million for the first time in the company’s history.