Transparency and supply chain

Image: Getty/DavorLovincic

Sucafina looks to AI to cut carbon footprint of coffee sales

By Oliver Morrison

The Swiss-based coffee company has teamed up with Singapore-based AI-driven food ingredient profiler ProfilePrint to invest in Csmart, a Brazil-based developer of AI-powered image recognition technologies for green coffee grading.

© GettyImages/Olivier Le Moal

DSM temporarily reduces vitamin C production in China

By Jane Byrne

DSM is to significantly cut back production of vitamin C at its Jiangshan, China based facility, with immediate effect. It says it will re-evaluate the situation in late January 2023, after the Chinese New Year.

The verdict on COP27 for food and farming: 'COP27 maintained a firm focus on supply-side solutions' / Pic: GettyImages-Malecus85

COP27: A ‘notable disappointment’ for sustainable food systems

By Katy Askew

As climate talks conclude in Sharm El Sheikh, for the first time ever a deal has been reached that will see agriculture integrated into the UN’s climate action body. The result of lengthy talks and a significant process of negotiation, does the so-called...

Reewild's app enables detailed analysis of the carbon consumption in the supply chain. Image source: Reewild

Sustainability experts call for one unified eco-label in UK

By Oliver Morrison

Carbon tracking experts are urging the UK government and industry to work together to introduce one unified front-of-pack labelling system displaying the carbon footprint of a food and beverage product to consumers.

Image: Getty/Gesrey

ESG: A horse still worth backing?

By Oliver Morrison

Purpose-led growth can repel a looming global recession, but food and beverage brands need to justify their price, believes Verlinvest’s Ben Black.

How can nutritional labels be improved? / Pic: GettyImages-sergeyryzhov

Can biomarker breakthrough 'put the science behind food labels'?

By Katy Askew

Nutritional labelling and government-backed dietary guidelines are designed to deliver the greatest good, to the greatest number of people. But this nutritional advice and information is often based on flawed or incomplete data. Scientists at Aberystwyth...

Follow us

Products

View more

Webinars