Recommendations for the government’s future UK trade policy have been made by organisations from across the food and drink supply chain.
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An investigation from the Clean Label Project on 23 of the leading decaffeinated coffee brands has found the solvent, methylene chloride, in several of the products.
A new report has shown that glass packaging continues to record steady production growth in Europe.
Burcon, Nestlé and Merit Functional Foods Corporation have partnered to accelerate the development of plant-based meat and dairy alternatives with a favourable environmental footprint.
A report from WRAP has revealed that between 2015 and 2018 food waste dropped by seven percent per person in the UK, but the research charity has warned there is still work to be done.
A report from Innova Market Insights has highlighted changes in the soft drinks market over the last 20 years and has indicated current emerging trends.
The letter was authored by Minette Batters, President of the NFU, and was signed by over 60 groups, including the Soil Association, British Poultry Council, RSPB, RSPCA, National trust, Greenpeace UK, the Food Ethics Council and the British Beef Association.
Research from Penn State University has reportedly developed an antimicrobial film that could be used to help reduce the risk of Salmonella, Listeria and pathogenic E. coli in food products.
The research used a survey tool to analyse the environmental monitoring practices being implemented across the frozen food industry to prevent and control Listeria monocytogenes.
Premier Foods, Coca-Cola and Kellogg’s all picked up multiple awards at 2020’s Product of the Year awards ceremony, which looks to highlight the year's most innovative products.
A report has collected science based evidence which points to the health benefits of low/no calorie sweeteners.
The 'champions', which already include the likes of PepsiCo and Kellogg's, are US businesses and organisations that have committed to reduce food loss and waste in their own operations by 50 percent by the year 2030.
ProVeg's call comes after Starbucks recently announced new goals for reducing its environmental impact, as it claims climate-conscious consumers should not be charged extra.
The production facility was not only found to be producing ketchup with dangerous ingredients, but also with incorrect labelling and without the appropriate licence.
A study in New Zealand has suggested that if more people were to switch to plant-based diets, not only would greenhouse gas emissions be reduced, but overall population health would improve, saving the health system billions of dollars.