These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainable.
McDonald’s has announced that its restaurants in the UK and Ireland will complete a transition from plastic to paper straws by 2019.
Rabobank, a premier global food and agribusiness bank, is bringing FoodBytes!, its food and agriculture pitch-competition-meets-networking-event to London for the first time on 13 September at One Marylebone.
‘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’.
In the increasingly competitive food and drink industry, more manufacturers are harnessing digital technology to streamline their processes, explains Lucy Pamment
A Welsh consortium has secured £350,000 of research and development funding to help tackle childhood obesity using apples.
Under the coordination of its Sustainability Committee, the World Packaging Organisation (WPO) is releasing a Position Paper about packaging in a circular economy.
Ombar, producer of raw chocolate in the UK, has announced that it is now certified as Fair For Life, an internationally recognised programme for Fair Trade and Responsible Supply Chains.
Following the publication of recommendations from the Commons Health and Social Care Committee on the forthcoming Childhood Obesity Plan, Dairy UK has issued the following statement.
Shareholders at natural ingredients and bioscience group Corbion have approved the reappointment of chief financial officer Eddy van Rhede van der Kloot for a second term of office.
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.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released a step-by-step guide, REPLACE, for the elimination of industrially-produced trans-fatty acids from the global food supply.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has responded to Defra’s consultation on the future domestic Agriculture Policy in England: ‘Health and Harmony: The Future for Food, Farming and the Environment in a Green Brexit’.
Valio’s new dairy plant in Riihimäki, Finland is said to reduce energy consumption by approximately 30% compared with existing Valio production facilities.