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Mary Barnard, president, chocolate Europe, has been elected as president of European confectionery organisation Caobisco, for a two-year period.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dairy, headed by Scott Mann MP has launched a new inquiry to look at the future of dairy exports in the UK.
Arla Foods amba has announced the departure of its UK managing director, Tomas Pietrangeli.
McDonald’s has announced that its restaurants in the UK and Ireland will complete a transition from plastic to paper straws by 2019.
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‘Love Food, Hate Waste’ is the theme of the lecture from Helen Munday, chief scientific officer of the Food & Drink Federation (FDF) to be delivered at this year’s Society of Food Hygiene and Technology (SOFHT) ‘Summer Soirée’.
Under the coordination of its Sustainability Committee, the World Packaging Organisation (WPO) is releasing a Position Paper about packaging in a circular economy.
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.
Valio’s new dairy plant in Riihimäki, Finland is said to reduce energy consumption by approximately 30% compared with existing Valio production facilities.
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.
According to a Cranswick report, published in association with sustainability consultant Veris Strategies, growing consumer demand for new levels of transparency are set to disrupt the food industry in the wake of continued food scares.
Nestlé has announced its ambition to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025. Its vision is that none of its packaging, including plastics, ends up in landfill or as litter.