SIAL 2022 welcomes new patron Mauro Colagreco to champion 'own the change' campaign.
The internationally renowned chef is partnering with SIAL 2022 to help people change their relationship with food and develop a circular gastronomy.
How to manage Food & Beverage to create value? How to provide consumers with solutions? In this episode, Ian Di Tullio, Chief Commercial Officer South Europe in charge of Guest Services at Accor presents solutions to make F&B a creator of value for companies and proposes solutions to the hospitality industry about how it's reinventing…
Millennials remain the drivers of the global alcoholic beverages market and they led the 12% global consumption bounce-back last year, according to drinks market analyst IWSR. This group will be the demographic to watch – and target – going forwards.
Plant-based beverage brand, Califia Farms, has launched two dairy-free creamers specially formulated for cold coffee beverages. The range called Iced Café Mixers has been created in response to the shift by Gen Z and Millennials towards the cold, flavoured-coffee category.
The Simple Root, a new global plant-based brand, is set to launch a line of cream-cheese style products and vegetable dips in the US later this year, with the backing of venture management firm Pilot Lite and the multi-national McCain Foods company.
Danone Manifesto Ventures, the corporate venture arm of Danone, a leading global food and beverage company, has led a $7 million Series A funding round for Symbrosia, the Hawaii-based start up behind a feed additive for cattle that aims to reduce emissions.
Applegate Farms, claimed to be America’s leading natural and organic meat brand, is bringing its expertise to the table of parent company Hormel Foods, in support of its aggressive ESG (environmental, social and governance) push to enhance soil health, water and air quality – and sequester greenhouse gases.
The Americas spirits market which was valued at $155.35 billion in 2021 by GlobalData, is projected to grow at a CAGR of more than 7% between 2021 and 2026. During this forecast period, Canada, Chile, Panama and the United States have been shortlisted as “high-potential countries” by the London-based analyst.
With its hashtag and slogan ownthechange , the 2022 edition of SIAL has become an unmissable event for the food sector. This year’s show promises to be exceptional, not only because it's returning after being forced to take a two-year break but because it’s looking to stay in tune with the latest trends and how the industry, as well as consumers, are behaving given the extremely difficult global context.