Satisfied Snacks is currently 'not courting a major retail listing' it has revealed. However, the innovative start-up, which turns ‘virtually any meal’ into crispy healthy snacks, remains confident in the business case for sustainability.
Having tripled its production capacity of natural vanillin in 2017, the French ingredients supplier is again ramping up scale to meet growing demand for its ‘natural’ vanilla alternative, Solvay’s Peter Browning tells FoodNavigator.
JUST, Inc is eyeing international expansion. The San Francisco-based company is preparing to launch its plant-based scrambled egg alternative, Just Egg, in Europe, and according to senior sustainability and sourcing manager Udi Lazimy, Asia is...
Over the past 12 months, the London-based nut butter brand has increased the amount of recycled plastic in its packaging, reduced its transport miles, and surveyed its suppliers’ waste management policies to achieved B-Corp certification, founder Pippa...
Little tangible progress has been made in the past year by the UK’s largest supermarkets towards reducing their use of throwaway plastics, says a report which calls for a focus on innovative solutions.
As the fastest growing food producing sector, fish farming is placing increased strain on conventional feed resources. In Norway, researchers are working to relieve this pressure by developing sustainable alternatives – using aquaculture by-products and...
Israeli food tech company Agritask has secured fresh capital to invest in R&D and expand the customer network for its precision agriculture solution, which is already employed by the likes of General Mills.
French deli and ready meal supplier Fleury Michon has implemented forecasting technology from FuturMaster to help anticipate future demand and the daily production requirements for its cold meats, ready meals and snacks.
The French food giant has called for a spirit of industry collaboration and urged global FMCG businesses to become certified B Corp in order to commit to the challenge of creating a sustainable food system and regaining consumer trust.
Food companies must ‘put their necks on the line’ to address the climate emergency, according to Olam co-founder and Group CEO Sunny George Verghese, who is calling for public disclosure of carbon, water, land, and waste footprints.