British craft brewers controlled by Japanese producer Kirin have assured drinkers that any profits from their beer will remain in the UK following an investigation into the funding of human rights abuses against Rohingya people in Burma.
We no longer have the luxury of tackling obesity and climate change separately, says Quorn’s sustainable development manager Tess Kelly, who revealed the brand is committed to launching a complete nutritional review of its product portfolio.
African Swine Fever has been confirmed in Germany, Europe’s largest pork producer, raising the likelihood of widespread disruption in the market and downward pressure on pork prices. FoodNavigator founds out why.
Sustainability had moved to the forefront of consumers’ minds in recent years – but has the coronavirus pandemic changed all that? Beverage brands innocent and SodaStream have faith that the progress of previous years has not been in vain.
Pests and diseases are threatening Cavendish bananas with extinction. Dutch university Wageningen and plant research company KeyGene are jointly joining international researchers battling to save the popular fruit.
The argument that plant-based foods are healthier and more sustainable than animal-based products has become increasingly common. However, experts warn that the ‘unintended adverse consequences’ of any push to eliminate meat, dairy, eggs and fish from...
A ‘closed-loop’ circular system that allows for the introduction of plastic materials in the recycling cycle, reducing costs and impact on the environment, has been developed by Italy's Aliplast, a Gruppo Hera company and European producer of flexible...
Latvian dairy company Food Union Group is investing to position itself for future growth, with a focus on production capabilities, food tech and market-led innovation. FoodNavigator speaks to CEO Normunds Staņēvičs to find out more.
The International Cocoa Initiative (ICI) has stepped up its efforts to fight for children’s rights across the cocoa supply chain with a new 2021-2026 strategy that it hopes will get the backing from the whole industry.
People feel that their diets have got worse during the coronavirus lockdown. And, while more people say health is an important purchase motivator, fewer consumers are going to make healthy changes to their diets, according to IGD data.