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ECO-LABELS ARRIVING AS EU AND COMPANIES AIM FOR IMPROVED CONSUMER CHOICE

Discussions about an Europe-wide system for food eco-labels, which is due to be introduced by the end of 2022, are continuing to take place amongst officials.

THE FUTURE OF SEAFOOD IS OMNI-CHANNEL, EXPERT CLAIMS

Seafood companies who invested heavily in e-commerce during the global pandemic will continue to reap the benefits as innovations such as online deliveries and apps are here to stay, according to the UK’s non-departmental public body Seafish.

NORTH AMERICA THE ONLY REGION TO IMPROVE ON 2019 RESULTS AT DRINKS GIANT DIAGEO

As global liquor group Diageo looks forward to renewed demand for drinking, North America helped the company bring sales back to 2019 levels.

KANTAR REPORT SHOWS GOOD WEATHER AND EUROS SUCCESS FAIL TO STEM UK MEAT CATEGORY DECLINE

Kantar has reported that the UK fresh primary meat and poultry category continued to decline across both spend and volume through the 12 weeks ending July 11, 2021, with year-on-year drops of 9.7% and 9.5% respectively, driven by beef and pork. 

UK’S NATIONAL FOOD STRATEGY PUSHES AGROECOLOGY INTO THE MAINSTREAM

The second part of the National Food Strategy (NFS), a UK government-commissioned independent review, was published in July. It is an important work that both food growers and manufacturers will need to digest as its influence is expected to be long-lasting. Organic farming and the concept of ‘working with nature’ through processes such as carbon…

VEGAN BATTLE LINES DRAWN IN AUSTRALIA OVER MEAT-RELATED NAMES

Battle lines are being drawn in Australia over the use of terms such as “mince” and “sausages” on packaging for vegan foods.

ALT-SEAFOOD STARTUPS AIM FOR $15M MEGA PRIZE FUND

X-Prize, which aims to promote alternative proteins to help feed the world’s growing population, has announced that eight alt-seafood producers that have reached its semi-finals.

SUSTAINABILITY A KEY FOCUS OF NEW EU CODE OF CONDUCT

Dozens of food companies and associations have signed up to a new European Union pledge that aims to improve sustainability within the sector.

DARIGOLD’S NEW $500M PASCO PLANT WILL CUT PER-UNIT EMISSIONS BY 25%

Seattle-based Darigold, the marketing and processing subsidiary of Northwest Dairy Association (NDA), is building a premium protein and butter operation in the Port of Pasco in Washington state that will cut per-unit emissions by 25% compared to the company’s existing baseline.

NEW DATA SHOWS HEALTH AND CONVENIENCE DRIVING RAPID GROWTH IN CHINA’S TEA MARKET

Due to the pandemic, consumers have reduced their out-of-home purchases. In the tea beverage market, this behaviour change has impacted sub-categories differently: some faced challenges brought about by the restrictions on outdoor consumption, while others saw a surprising boost. 

LULU GROUP ADDED 3,000 JOBS DURING PANDEMIC AND REVEALS PLANS FOR NEW STORES

LuLu Group, which runs one of the largest hypermarket chains in the UAE, hired 3,000 staff during the pandemic. 
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