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SIAL 2022 welcomes new patron Mauro Colagreco to champion ‘own the change’ campaign

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 the hospitality industry is reinventing F&B to diversify its business model?

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…

SIAL Paris 2022 #OwnTheChange is now more than ever the must-see event of the year for the food industry.

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.

CARLSBERG PUTS 8,000 BIO-BASED BOTTLES IN CONSUMERS’ HANDS IN LARGEST EVER TRIAL

Beer giant Carlsberg is trialling a new bio-based, fully recyclable fibre bottle with consumers for the first time. It is the largest pilot to date and has added significance because the bottle also contains beer brewed with organic and regenerative barley.

AGROPUR SUPPORTS NOVA SCOTIA WITH $34 MILLION INVESTMENT IN ICE CREAM PLANT

Canadian dairy player Agropur is injecting $34 million into its ice cream plant in Truro, Nova Scotia to support the development of “several business opportunities” in certain growing segments of the ice cream market.

GLOBAL ALCOHOLIC DRINKS BUOYANT AS 2021 SALES HIT $1.17 TRILLION, SAYS IWSR

Global alcoholic drinks showed resilience last year by growing 12% in value to reach $1.17 trillion, easily making up Covid losses of 4% in 2020 according to new data from London-based drinks analyst IWSR. In the same year, total alcohol volume grew by 3%, after losses of 6% in the year prior.

CLEVELAND KITCHEN GAINS $19 MILLION TO DRIVE GROWTH AND BUY SONOMA BRINERY

Ohio-based fermented foods brand Cleveland Kitchen, has picked up $19 million in Series A financing to accelerate Cleveland Kitchen’s growth and to complete the acquisition of Sonoma Brinery, a premium pickle manufacturer. The deal was led by Amberstone, with participation from existing investor Clover Vitality.

SIAL 2022 welcomes new patron Mauro Colagreco to champion ‘own the change’ campaign

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.

HELLA COCKTAIL COMPANY SECURES $5 MILLION INVESTMENT FROM UNCLE NEAREST

New York-based Hella Cocktail Company, a brand of botanically inspired mixers and beverages, has secured an investment of $5 million from the venture arm of whiskey maker Uncle Nearest.

TESCO AND 500 UK DAIRY FARMERS JOIN FORCES TO HELP SWIFTS AND SWALLOWS

Tesco has started working with its network of 500 dairy farmers to provide safe havens for migratory birds to help boost wildlife biodiversity.

KITKAT GOES ECO-FRIENDLY IN AUSTRALIA WITH 30% RECYCLED MATERIAL IN PACKAGING

KitKat has gone green, as the chocolate bar’s manufacturer, Nestlé, has announced that recycled material is being used in the packaging of products sold in Australia.

GORILLAS AND GETIR REDUCE HEADCOUNTS AS FOCUS SHIFTS FROM GROWTH TO PROFITABILITY

Redundancies have been announced by Gorillas and Getir, two major European instant grocery delivery companies as they face what the former described as “a challenging and complex global environment”. Gorillas said it was looking to shift its focus from hyper-fast growth to profitability, something that is likely to see the company move out of many…

OVERFISHING REDUCED IN THE EU, BUT MORE WORK NEEDED TO CONSERVE STOCKS, REPORT STATES

There is less overfishing in European Union waters, but more needs to be done to preserve marine resources, the European Commission has said in a new report. Titled, “Towards more sustainable fishing in the EU: state of play and orientations for 2023,” the report states that conservation efforts are “further bearing fruit” and the bloc’s…

ENGINZYME AND TETRA PAK PARTNER ON NEW SUSTAINABLE FOOD PRODUCTION PROCESS

EnginZyme, a developer of cell-free bio-manufacturing processes, has joined forces with global food processing and packaging solutions company Tetra Pak to leverage each entity’s respective strengths to find new ways to improve food and beverage production. One of the benefits, they claim, will be to turn food waste into valuable ingredients.
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