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…
As part of plans to increase access to quality beef at affordable prices for customers, grocery giant Walmart has signed an agreement to acquire a minority stake in Sustainable Beef LLC, a rancher-owned company based in North Platte, Nebraska.
The medicinal mushrooms market is set to boom by $4.55 billion by 2025, according to new data from Technavio, as the food industry and consumers become increasingly aware of the health benefits and medicinal properties that fungi offers.
A memorandum of understanding has been signed between Seafood Legacy, a Japan-based social and environmental organisation, and the Aquaculture Stewardship Council, an independent organisation that focuses on sustainable aquaculture.
Consumer taste-test results show that Australian goat meat has a high acceptance among domestic consumers who scored it, on average, over 50 points, which is considered a good everyday product. This has flagged the meat’s potential for domestic consumption.
Food inflation in the UK accelerated strongly to 9.3% in August, up from 7% in July. This is above the three-month average rate of 7.2% and the highest inflation rate since August 2008. For fresh food, the inflation rate in August was higher at 10.5% while ambient food accelerated to 7.8%.
Future Meat Technologies has recently developed a revolutionary new alternative meat. The Israel-based cultivated food manufacturer is revered for its innovative technology used to produce meat, and it is thought this new invention will be a bold stimulus for the alternative meat industry.
Packaged fruit brand Dole Sunshine Company (DSC) says it has reinforced its commitment in Sierra Leone as it nears completion of Phase 1 of its $70 million project to improve livelihoods in the region.