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Climate Smart Food: Striving for sustainable nutrition

By Katy Askew

How can the food industry contribute to food system transformation and provide sustainable nutrition for personal and planetary health? Join our FREE Climate Smart Food summit to find out.

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What’s inspiring innovation in low-to-no beverages?

By Katy Askew

Low-to-no alcoholic beverages are a growth space exciting the drinks sector. Experts from FoodNavigator and sister publications BeverageDaily, The Grocer and Lumina Intelligence weigh in on the segment’s prospects.

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COVID-19 has ‘knocked’ green consumerism: Survey

By Katy Askew

New research shows that people say they are more environmentally aware since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic but also reveals this is not translating to greener consumption behaviours.

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VIDEO: Inside the UK's only non-alcoholic brewery

By Flora Southey

Alcohol-free Nirvana Brewery was born out of a love for craft beer. Three years on, demand for the category has grown ‘massively’, co-founder and director Becky Kean tells FoodNavigator: “People go crazy for it.”

New Zealand targets growth markets

New Zealand targets growth markets

By Aidan Fortune

In the second part of GlobalMeatNews’ interview with New Zealand’s representative in the UK, Jeff Grant, we discuss growth markets and categories for red meat producers.

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VIDEO: Farming sustainable palm oil in Krabi, Thailand

By Flora Southey

What agricultural techniques can help palm oil producers farm sustainably? FoodNavigator speaks with smallholder farmer, Wipat Siengtan, and RSPO Community Outreach & Engagement Manager, Imam A. El Marzug, to find out.

WATCH: GMN visits Meat Attraction 2019

Meat Attraction 2019

WATCH: Meat Attraction 2019

By Aidan Fortune

Global Meat News travelled to Meat Attraction in Madrid to catch up on the latest in the Spanish meat sector.

Dr José Herrera, Minister for the Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change, Malta, joined Muscat at the ECMA Congress. Photo: ECMA.

ECMA Congress 2019

Malta PM: ‘We were more prepared for the Millennium Bug than Brexit’

By Jenny Eagle

‘Your guess is as good as mine on Brexit’, said Joseph Muscat, the Prime Minster of Malta, at the opening of the ECMA Congress 2019 last week (September 19-20), ‘But what is obvious, is during the next few days there needs to be a meaningful engagement’.

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Future Thinking: How are UK consumers shopping and eating in 2019?

By Flora Southey

A survey conducted by insights and analytics company Future Thinking has investigated UK consumers’ buying and eating habits with regards to convenience foods, cooking from scratch in the home, snacking, and attitudes towards sugar and fat intake.

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