Markets have been shaped by a prevailing theme of uncertainty and worry - war, pandemic, price inflation and growing pressures on food systems - resulting in a sharper consumer focus on protecting their physical and emotional wellbeing.
Upcycled beverage brand Waju — which uses water produced from the fruit concentrate process — is ready to step into the retail space with a launch in over 400 Sprouts locations in March, after spending the last year optimizing its packaging and formulation,...
Toast Ale wants to ‘rescue’ 1bn slices of surplus bread from waste streams. The company has secured fresh investor backing and is planning to collaborate with Heineken as it works toward this ‘earthshot goal’.
From paying coffee growers healthy wages to upcycling ‘wonky’ fruit and veg, beverage start-ups are integrating ethics and sustainability into their supply chains from the get-go. FoodNavigator hears what challenges and opportunities they’ve faced along...
The Food and Drink Federation has complained that the UK’s newly announced plastic tax will penalise food and beverage producers and called for efforts to instead improve the country’s recycling infrastructure.
Nestlé is launching a new variety of Nesquik in Europe. In a move indicative of its global commitments on single-use plastics, Nestlé is rolling Nesquik All Natural out in an innovative new paper packaging material that is plastic-free and fully recyclable.
EU auditors said the European Commission’s efforts to tackle food waste have lacked effort, coordination, been fragmented and intermittent - and without even a real definition of food waste, in a report released yesterday.
Research by the University of Aberdeen in Scotland suggests that while food price hikes have reduced the amount bought by the public, an equal reduction in food waste has kept overall food intake constant.
In a bid to help UK companies meet food waste disposal targets, the
Yorkshire regional government has launched a project to band
smaller manufacturers together to make collection less costly and