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Ella’s Kitchen talks recycling, food waste and sugar reduction

By Flora Southey

The baby food brand says it will make 100% of its packaging widely recyclable by 2024 and completely eliminate palm oil from its products by 2021. FoodNavigator spoke to Ella’s Kitchen about its future plans in sustainability, B Corp initiatives, and...

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Split pea start-up targets sustainable tempeh market

By Flora Southey

A Swedish start-up has developed an organic, vegan, gluten-free tempeh made entirely out of split peas, which founder Pia Qvarnström hopes will help consumers transition to a more sustainable diet.

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FAO and Coldiretti to promote family farming in Italy

By Niamh Michail

Italian farmers' association Coldiretti and the United Nations' Food and Agriculture (FAO) will join forces to promote sustainable farming, such as organic and biodynamic food, in an agreement signed yesterday.

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New product trend tracker: Aussie brands, veg snacks and superfruits

By Katy Askew

In FoodNavigator's weekly rundown of some of the most interesting products hitting European shelves, iconic Australian brand Tim Tam is rolled out in Germany, certified French meatballs and superfruit snacks are launched in France, while the UK sees...

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FoodNavigator's biggest stories of 2018 so far

By Niamh Michail

From the rise of foodtech to the end of the commodities era; from the organic sector's boom to the Mediterranean diet's bust, these are the most read stories on FoodNavigator this year so far.

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Halal and kosher meat can be labelled organic: ECJ

By Katy Askew

The European Court of Justice advocate general has advised the ECJ that animals not stunned before slaughter in order to comply with religious rites for halal and kosher meat should be eligible to be labelled organic if they meet other standards of organic...

By blocking the bitter flavours of sweeteners, fermented mushroom extract can cut sugar in food and drink. © GettyImages/pinkomelet

MycoTech brings mushroom-based bitter blocker to Europe

By Niamh Michail

As US supplier MycoTechnology turns its attention to the European market, its CEO explains how fermented mushrooms can reduce sugar, block bitterness and improve the nutritional content of plant protein. “It’s really unlimited what we can do with our...

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