Nestlé will use Airbus’s Pléiades Neo satellites in an effort to ensure transparency in its reforestation efforts. The satellites will provide high-resolution images in order to help Nestlé demonstrate that the trees it plants are thriving. This is a...
Whilst many countries worldwide are working to tackle the climate crisis, actions are not keeping pace with real-world risks and impacts on planet and people, largely due to huge funding gaps, according to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
If sustainability means different things to different people, what does it mean for businesses working in distinct links of the supply chain? FoodNavigator hears from a brand, a distributor, and a retailer.
UK retail giant Tesco has extended its partnership with TerraCycle spin-off Loop to roll out in-store dedicated fixtures offering a range of consumer goods in durable, waste-free packaging designed to be returned, industrially cleaned and reused.
Kellogg Company is collaborating with farmers in Spain, Italy, and the UK to encourage a transition towards more regenerative agricultural systems, says Dave Fitzgerald, Head of Responsible Sourcing at Kellogg Europe.
Moolec Science has developed a hybrid concept – which combines plant-based and cell-based technologies – to make affordable alternative proteins for food. FoodNavigator caught up with the company’s co-founders to find out how molecular farming can boost...
In a world first, a baby formula production site is to be certified carbon neutral by the Carbon Trust. Dairy giant Danone, which operates the Wexford, Ireland facility, tells us how it ‘managed to successfully decouple’ the site’s CO₂ emissions and productivity.
Fairfood is on a mission to ‘uncover the human fingerprint in food’. And the Dutch not-for-profit’s recently launched Trace platform is doing just that, by ‘powering sustainable sourcing’, raising consumer awareness, and sharing added value with the people...
Scientists are analysing cocoa’s chemical ‘fingerprint’ to determine in which country it was produced. In the future, the technology could have the potential to confirm chocolate label claims, say researchers.
In the era of the COVID-19 crisis, industry must avoid ‘business as usual’ practices, think outside the box, and accelerate efforts to develop sustainable and modern food systems, says food waste expert.