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.
In this edition of Food for Thought, the SIAL Podcast, host David Addison looks at the latest European food industry news and market trends, and speaks to Emeline Fellus Director, FReSH and Member of the Extended Leadership Group about sustainability and how attitudes are changing towards it. Time-stamped show notes 00:00 ➡️ 04:15: industry news…
A court ruling has rejected the US Department of Justice’s attempt to prevent US Sugar from acquiring Imperial Sugar, allowing the farming and food production to move forward “as quickly as possible” to conclude the transaction to buy one of the oldest processors and marketers of refined sugar in the United States from commodities trader Louis Dreyfus Company.
There is a Scottish distillery that does not make a retail whisky, not just yet. Edinburgh’s Holyrood Distillery, founded in 2019, will produce a single malt Scotch next year – but right now its focus is on rums, and learning from the category’s maturation techniques.
Culinary- and food science-focused provider of flavour and functional ingredients, Rubix Foods, has just opened an innovation centre designed to streamline and accelerate the innovation process on behalf of the company’s customers.
Digital technology plays a role in every aspect of consumers' relationship with food, SIAL has found. The Kantar Insights Food 360 Study 2022 has shown just how the global pandemic has helped introduce new habits related to food consumption, leading people to eat healthier, safer and in more sustainable ways. The results of the survey…
Independent Asia Pacific spirits distributor Proof & Company has started rolling out a new patent-pending SmartKiosk technology from ecoSpirits which makes sustainable reuse of branded spirits bottles available to consumers.
British supermarket retailer, Waitrose, is celebrating the 30th anniversary of a relationship with a brand that some might say was ahead of its time: Duchy Originals. To encourage sustainable agriculture, the label was started by the then Prince of Wales – and now King Charles III after the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II.
A new study by research and consulting company Nomisma has indicated that Italy is a leading consumer of organic products. A study conducted by Nomisma has shown Italy’s grand consumption of organic products. The study indicated that 89% of households in Italy bought organic products at least once in the year ending July 2022. Organic…