The Ohio State College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) has established a university-industry consortium to develop and license a new manufacturing technology that preserves foods and beverages using recognisable ingredients – without artificial preservatives, and with reduced heat.…
African Swine Fever continues to pose significant challenges for the Philippine pig market. While there are conflicting reports on the number of pigs affected, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimates that production fell by 30% in 2020.
Ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 26), due to take place this November in Glasgow, Scotland, Heineken has made far-reaching commitments on carbon that will affect its entire business, from barley to bar.
British frozen meals retailer COOK has invested in new freezer equipment as it looks to increase its production capacity by 80%. COOK, which also aims to double sales within five years, has bought a custom-made unit that will allow continuous…
As food quality and safety becomes increasingly top of mind for shoppers around the globe, in China, SPAR Shandong’s farm-to-fork strategy is meeting these demands by raising the bar in direct sourcing.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to cause greater spending on “home centric” categories of spending, including food, according to an update from the UK accountancy firm KPMG and the British Retail Consortium.
Amid pressure to reduce plastic waste from grocery shopping, supermarket groups from around the world have launched initiatives to limit plastic packaging – but industry forecasts suggest demand for some fresh food packaging will grow.