Along with its 2020 water conservation goals, MillerCoors alongside Molson Coors will be releasing 2025 Global Goals.

MillerCoors cuts back 2016 water use by 15 billion gallons

By Mary Ellen Shoup

MillerCoors decreased its water usage by 15 billion gallons in 2016 – the equivalent of 500 million kegs of beer – thanks to innovative irrigation initiatives and heavy rainfall across its key barley growing regions.

Sonoma County will show off its progress when it hosts Wine Vision in December. Pic: iStock.

Inspiring a global conversation on wine and sustainability

By Rachel Arthur

In 2014, the Sonoma County Winegrowers announced its goal to become America’s first 100% certified sustainable wine growing region by 2019. Thanks to the work done so far, the project is running ahead of original projections, and is also helping initiate...

PepsiCo: ‘Is sustainability mainstream or faddish?’

Gulfood Manufacturing 2015, Dubai

PepsiCo: ‘Is sustainability mainstream or faddish?’

By Jenny Eagle

PepsiCo will highlight its sustainability progress across its most significant areas: water, packaging, waste, energy and agriculture at Gulfood Manufacturing 2015, in Dubai, this week (October 27).

Unilever hails one-third sustainable sourcing

Unilever hails one-third sustainable sourcing

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

Unilever has said it now sources more than a third of its agricultural raw materials sustainably, up from just 14% two years ago and 24% in 2011.

Oxfam slams PepsiCo, Coke over workers’ well-being

Oxfam slams PepsiCo, Coke over workers’ well-being


The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo both received dismal scores in a new Oxfam report that claims the world’s ‘Big 10’ food and beverage companies fail to protect workers, especially women.

In praise of pesticides

In praise of pesticides

By Mike Stones

Who likes pesticides? Misunderstood by consumers and misrepresented by pressure groups, pesticides are a soft target for legislators. The latest blow to that soft target could have hard consequences for the European food industry and for developing countries.

Gain for UK grain

Gain for UK grain

The UK's Cereals Industry Forum is to receive a £1.4 million
government grant over the next three years in an effort to improve
efficiency and competitiveness in the grain chain.


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