These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainable.
Givaudan has opened its new flavours manufacturing facility in Pune, India, following a $60m investment.
The deal is the first to be secured by Unilever’s new chief executive Alan Jope since his appointment last month. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Flavour and fragrance company, Givaudan, has committed to co-found a major healthy food research scheme launched by ETH Zürich and EPFL, together with industrial partners Buhler and Nestlé.
Tomra’s president and CEO, Stefan Ranstrand, has achieved an international accolade in recognition of his leadership and corporate strategy.
Entries are now open for this year’s Sustainable Food Awards, the only international awards dedicated to sustainability in the food industry
As governments around the world are introducing regulations on the presence of Acrylamide in foods, following the growing body of evidence of its role as a potential carcinogen, a solution has been brought to market.
UK food coatings manufacturer Bowman Ingredients has unveiled a new portfolio of products for the global gluten-free market.
Flexible Packaging Europe (FPE) presents new toolkit looking at the sustainability of flexible packaging.
Glanbia Ireland and Royal A-ware have announced plans to enter a strategic partnership that proposes to build a new continental cheese manufacturing facility in Belview, Co Kilkenny, Ireland
Algaia and Gelymar have announced a new, long-term commercial and development agreement together. As of January 2019, Algaia, a produce of alginate and speciality algae extracts, will not only continue to represent Gelymar in Europe for carrageenan (red seaweed extracts), but both companies have also decided to use a joint commercialisation channel in the US. […]
Following a successful 2018 trial, Highland Spring’s eco bottle will launch this January with a nationwide retailer roll out.
Crussh Fit Food & Juice Bars, with 35 stores across London, has launched what it clams is the high street’s first vegan ‘feta cheese’ as part of a wrap.
Izico Food Group will be operating under its new name, GoodLife Foods, as of February 1 2019.
Crussh Fit Food & Juice Bars, is set to turn its Soho, London store 100% plant-based for the entire month of January as part of Veganuary.