Supply Chain

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...

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...

Hard to break, easy to repair – BaYoPal, the new Schoeller...

Schoeller Allibert’s new pallet, BaYoPal, is the company’s latest innovation for all industries, including food & beverage, retail and agriculture. Designed for use in harsh...

Cargill expanding processing and sustainability in cocoa supply chain

Cargill is investing over a $113 million to expand its cocoa processing sites in Yopougon, Ivory Coast and Tema, Ghana. A $100 million investment will...

Valio to cut dairy’s carbon footprint to zero by 2035

Valio, the Finnish dairy manufacturer, claims that it will cut dairy’s carbon footprint to zero by 2035. As well as fighting climate change, the company...

Move beyond plant-based product innovation for sustainable food future, report warns

Food businesses need to move beyond consumer-driven innovations in plant-based ranges if they are to future-proof themselves and their supply chains through the worsening...

Blockchain could save food industry $31bn in food fraud savings

Blockchain could save the global food industry $31 billion in food fraud savings by 2024, according to new data from Juniper Research. The company found...

€200m pledged to promote EU agri-food in 2020

€200.9 million is being allocated by the European Commission in 2020 to fund promotion activities for EU agri-food products domestically and overseas. In 2020, more...

More educational investment into NI’s pig sector needed, says UFU

Greater investment into education and training in Northern Ireland’s pig industry has been called for by the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU). The call comes after...

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