These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainability.
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.
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.
Palsgaard’s newly released 2014 CSR report details how the Denmark-based food ingredients producer continues to set sustainability standards, including working towards an ambitious goal to achieve CO2-neutrality by 2020.
The Ferrero Hazelnut Company is launching the ‘Ferrero Hazelnut Award Contest’ in a bid to support and improve research and innovation in the hazelnut world.
The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) is working on voluntary guidelines aimed at further enhancing the existing standard’s requirements on issues such as deforestation, peatland development and indigenous people’s rights.
The Barry Callebaut Group has announced its engagement in three key industry initiatives strengthening its engagement in the development of sustainable global supply chains and agriculture.
The Jacobs Foundation, in partnership with the cocoa industry strategy CocoaAction, co-ordinated by the World Cocoa Foundation (WCF), has launched TRECC (Transforming Education in Cocoa Communities). The seven-year Commitment to Action is intended to enhance education, empower women and help protect children in Ivory Coast’s cocoa-growing communities. TRECC will work alongside CocoaAction to accelerate sustainability […]
Paul Wilkinson, business development manager at Pacepacker, advises bulk manufacturers on the best way to introduce a new bagging system.
Innovia Films has been overwhelmed by the response to its recent launch of Propafilm RCU, its first proprietary acrylic coated BOPP film that has proven barrier to mineral oil migration for up to 1.5 years. Andy Sweetman, marketing manager packaging & sustainability for Innovia Films explains “This is obviously an area of concern for many […]
Symrise has issued its first integrated corporate report entitled Growing Through Diversity, which describes the links between sustainability and economic success and replaces the classic annual report. For the first time, DQS has certified the sustainability information contained in the report in accordance with the AA1000 Assurance Standard. As a signatory of the United Nations […]
Appearing on more than 20,000 different products in 135 countries and reaching more than 910,000 farmers and workers worldwide, sustainability programme and label, UTZ Certified, has released its 2014 Annual Report confirming its ongoing positive impact on close to one million people. In 2014, companies sourced more UTZ certified coffee, cocoa and tea than ever […]
Nestlé’s Fawdon factory in the UK is using a new anaerobic digestion system to turn chocolate and sugar confectionery waste from the site into renewable energy and clean water. The system involves mixing rejected chocolates and sweets that are not suitable for sale with waste residues such as starch and sugar and partially dissolving them […]
DuPont Nutrition & Health has launched a new platform to reinforce the strength of the company’s offering to customers and the food industry. Entitled ‘It’s what’s inside’ the positioning cites all of the key attributes that make DuPont a global leader in specialty food ingredients and food protection, with a foundation in the strength of […]
On the outskirts of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the North East of England, a confectionery factory is using a centuries old technique to breathe life into waste. A new anaerobic digestion system at Nestlé’s factory in Fawdon is turning chocolate and sugar confectionery waste from the site’s manufacturing processes into renewable energy and clean water. Rejected chocolates […]