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Investing in climate change-resistant crops

Investing in climate change-resistant crops

15 Jun 2020

Lucozade Ribena Suntory recently announced a £500,000 investment in developing new varieties of climate-resilient blackcurrant.

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Turkish regulation limits trans fats

Turkish regulation limits trans fats

14 Jun 2020

Turkey has become the latest country to limit the use of industrially produced trans fats. Are manufacturers ready and what solutions exist to replace partially hydrogenated oils?

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Impossible Burger launches a direct to consumer platform

Impossible Burger launches a direct to consumer platform

13 Jun 2020

Impossible Foods is now available with the click of a button from its new e-commerce platform launched this month. This direct-to-consumer option allows consumers to purchase four different bulk burger package options that will be delivered within 48 h...

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La Colombe Coffee Roasters introduces draft chocolate milk

La Colombe Coffee Roasters introduces draft chocolate milk

12 Jun 2020

The company known for portable cans of ready-to-drink coffee has entered a new segment: chocolate milk. Made with lactose-free milk, the draft version of a childhood favorite is crafted with real cocoa and then infused with nitrous oxide to imbue that ...

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Echemi Group Ranks 66 in ICIS Top100 Chemical Distributors 2020

Echemi Group Ranks 66 in ICIS Top100 Chemical Distributors 2020

11 Jun 2020

Echemi Group Ranked 66 in ICIS Top 100 Chemical Distributors in 2020 with $211.56 Million in sales announced in May.

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Tyson publishes sustainability report showing progress toward plant-based sustainability

Tyson publishes sustainability report showing progress toward plant-based sustainability

11 Jun 2020

Tyson Foods released its 2019 sustainability report entitled “Grow – Deliver – Sustain” where the company outlines its progress across its five focus areas of food, animal welfare, environment, workplace and communities.

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Skittles gives up the rainbow in June to support Pride Month

Skittles gives up the rainbow in June to support Pride Month

10 Jun 2020

Last week was the first week that consumers could no longer “taste the rainbow.” Skittles gave up its rainbow of colors for the month of June to celebrate Pride Month and support the LGBTQ+ community.

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Apeel Sciences on track to save 20 million pieces of fruit from food waste

Apeel Sciences on track to save 20 million pieces of fruit from food waste

9 Jun 2020

At the end of May, Apeel Sciences raised $250 million dollars in new financing, bringing the startup’s total funding to more than $1 billion. This infusion of funds will be put toward the company’s mission of food waste prevention, an area in which it ...

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Ajinomoto flavors to be distributed in North America by Canadian company

Ajinomoto flavors to be distributed in North America by Canadian company

5 Jun 2020

Food ingredient producer and distributor Caldic Canada will be the exclusive distributor of Ajinomoto’s savory ingredients across the Canadian market. Although financial details were not disclosed, this distribution agreement will take effect beginning...

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Kersia acquires Holchem, becomes Europe’s second biggest food safety company

Kersia acquires Holchem, becomes Europe’s second biggest food safety company

4 Jun 2020

French biosecurity and food safety firm Kersia acquired UK-based Holchem, one of the leading players in the UK food and beverage hygiene sector. The financials of this deal were not disclosed, but it was backed by the private equity investment company ...

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Cargill’s FATitudes survey indicates attitudes toward fats and oils are changing

Cargill’s FATitudes survey indicates attitudes toward fats and oils are changing

3 Jun 2020

Twenty years ago fat was bad. Today, however, there are just bad fats. According to Cargill’s annual FATitudes survey, 68% of consumers are closely monitoring the amount and type of fat that is in their packaged food choices.

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Nielsen: Indian commodities became more expensive during lockdown

Nielsen: Indian commodities became more expensive during lockdown

2 Jun 2020

In India, Nielsen found that basic commodities, including soft drinks, ghee, packaged tea and refined oils skyrocketed in price. In tandem with these price hikes, overall FMCG sales slumped by 34% in April, reported The Hindu Business Line.

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