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UK’s food & drink exports bypass EU to reach £6.2bn in...

Growth to non-EU countries has helped increase the UK’s third quarter food and drinks exports to £6.2 billion, a new report reveals. The report, from...

Tyson to develop beef processing plant in Kazakhstan

Tyson Foods is expanding the reach of its beef operations overseas after investing in the construction of a new beef processing plant in Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan...

Biodegradable packaging made from banana waste

A method of transforming banana plantation waste into a biodegradable and recyclable packaging material has been developed. Associate Professor Jayashree Arcot and Professor Martina Stenzel...

Report explores growth opportunities & challenges for food & drink sector

A new report highlighting the growth opportunities and challenges for the food and drink sector for 2020 has been launched by the Food and...

Sustainable Foods Summit to update attendees on circular solutions & ingredient...

The Sustainable Foods Summit aims to help the food industry move towards a circular economy. Organised by Ecovia Intelligence, the North American edition will...

BIG Carbon Debate to take place at Packaging Innovations 2020

Experts from some of the UK’s most respected authorities will come together on the Ecopack Stage at Packaging Innovations 2020 to debate one of...

First bulk wine from India delivered to UK on-trade

The first ever shipment of bulk wine from India to the UK has taken place this month thanks to a joint venture between Kingsland...

Kerry launches plant-based protein for waters, juices & energy drinks

Kerry has launched a new plant-based protein ingredient for use in low-pH beverage applications including waters, juices and energy drinks. Currently, only a few protein...

Tesco supports initiative to end soy-related deforestation in Cerrado, Brazil

Tesco has become one of the first companies to lend its support to a new initiative designed to help end soy-associated deforestation in the...

Cargill continues efforts to reduce emissions in supply chains

Cargill has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in its global supply chains by 30% per ton of product by 2030. The company said the...

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