These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainability.
Food Matters Live 2015, which was held at London’s ExCel earlier this month, was a great success, say the organisers, exceeding expectations with more than 10,000 experts from the worlds of food and drink manufacturing, foodservice, retail, nutrition, public health and research taking part.
GreenPalm will once again be sponsoring and exhibiting at RT13, the annual meeting of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), in Kuala Lumpur from 16 to 19 November.
Cargill’s cocoa & chocolate business, in collaboration with Mondelēz International through its Cocoa Life programme, is introducing a two and a half year programme in Indonesia aimed at improving the livelihood of smallholder cocoa farmers and driving sustainability in their farming practices.
Barry Callebaut has acquired Nyonkopa Cocoa Buying Company Limited in Ghana. Nyonkopa is among the top 10 private licensed buying companies in Ghana authorised by the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) to buy cocoa from farmers and to sell it to the Cocoa Marketing Company of the COCOBOD.
IOI Loders Croklaan has announced that 100 per cent of its directly sourced palm oil worldwide is traceable to the mill level.
Mondelēz International Inc has announced the expansion of its Cocoa Life programme in Ivory Coast.
Fruit and vegetable ingredient supplier SVZ International BV has launched a new website to reflect its market leading position and provide a valuable resource for food and drink manufacturers around the world.
Seaweed is a rare example of an opportunity to get in at day one of a new growth market for snacks, predicts New Nutrition Business, with sales of seaweed snacks in the US already overtaking those of kale.
Denmark’s 21st CSR conference, hosted by FSR Danish Auditors in conjunction with the Confederation of Danish Industry and The Danish Business Authority, has recognised international food ingredients manufacturer Palsgaard A/S’s 2014 CSR report as Denmark’s best in the Under 2000 Employee category.
Premium payments for certified sustainable cocoa are continuing to make a significant contribution to improving the livelihoods of cocoa farmers and their communities, as well as meeting the growing demand for sustainably sourced cocoa and chocolate.
Innovia Films’ now uses only FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) certified wood pulp in the manufacture of its NatureFlex product.
Olenex, a joint venture between ADM and Wilmar, has announced a new policy that commits to eliminating deforestation from its palm oil supply chain.
A series of projects that have been set up to help understand and overcome barriers for women in cocoa farming communities in Ivory Coast has been launched by Cargill, Kellogg and Asda.
The Hershey Company has been recognised for its best-in-class corporate brand equity in Tenet’s CoreBrand Index of the Top 100 Brands in the US. Hershey was ranked number two in the index for the second consecutive year.
ADM Cocoa continues to strengthen its commitment to cocoa-growing communities through its Specific Age-Group Education and Empowerment System (SAGE²S) programme, which provides vocational training to young people and trainers and has launched the RUFATEC (Rural Family Training and Education Centre) concept.