These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainability.
Cargill has revealed that it has made its first sustainable premium payment by electronic transfer to cocoa farmers in Ghana.
Chocolate products produced by major brands have been linked to the destruction of national parks and protected areas, a new report claims.
Yesterday, I visited Packaging Innovations at Olympia in London, to see what new developments the sector is working on for confectionery, bakery and snack products.
The PFF Packaging Group has invested £1.5 million in new injection moulding (IM) technology – a move it says will significantly strengthen its position in the sector and extend its food packaging offering.
Daisy Phillipson discusses the latest innovations in environmentally friendly bakery machinery.
Ishida has launched a snacks bagmaker which the company says is the world’s fastest vertical form, fill and seal (VFFS) bagmaker with sustainability benefits.
Cocoa and chocolate manufacturer Barry Callebaut has joined Bonsucro, the global platform for sugarcane.
Some 155 exhibitors descended on Vienna, Austria, for the biennial Snackex trade show and conference from 21-22 June. Katie Smith reports.
UK-based packaging specialist Parkside has expanded its sustainable packaging range with the launch of a biscuit pack made from eucalyptus trees.
Mars and Danone are funding a new project to help smallholder farmers improve the quality of vanilla in Madagascar.
The Swiss Platform for Sustainable Cocoa has officially launched, which aims to improve the lives of people working in the sector and promote sustainability.
Without investment in sustainable production the future of the global cocoa industry is uncertain, new research suggests.
The Rainforest Alliance and UTZ, two of the world’s leading sustainability certification organisations, have announced their intention to merge later this year.
Flavours and fragrances specialist Symrise has unveiled its new Asia Pacific flavour innovation and technology centre.