November 28, 2022

sustainability

GNT reveals ambitious targets in the food color market

EXBERRY® Coloring Foods supplier GNT has published a major new report that sets out its plans to become the leader in its field on sustainability. Each year, GNT produces more than 11,500 metric tons of EXBERRY® concentrates from edible fruit, vegetables, and plants – enough to color over 40 billion servings of food and drink. To ensure the company

Sustainability is the key theme in PP 

A new report and database from AMI Consulting published in March 2022 quantify and analyse the European PP market and examine the most recent industry dynamics. Rhian O’Connor, Senior Consultant and Katrina Purser, Senior Research Analyst are the authors of the 2022 editions of AMI’s Polypropylene Markets Europe report and Polypropylene Processors Europe database which are the result of an extensive research programme,

GEA to showcase its digitalization, sustainability and application excellence at IFFA

GEA to occupy Hall 8 Booth G20 at IFFA At IFFA 2022, GEA, a global player in the food industry, will showcase its most recent food processing, freezing and packaging innovations, which bring important benefits in sustainability, digitalization, product quality and productivity. Outstanding application excellence in the fields of poultry, other meat and plant-based foods will also

Gulfood 2022: Al Bayader Intl showcases niche solutions for HORECA sector

Al Bayader International has unveiled two F&B brands – Baya Food and Baya Agua® – under a new business division and new solutions for HORECA sector Al Bayader International, the UAE’s sustainable and innovative manufacturer and supplier of packaging and cleaning solutions, today, unveiled a new business division, designed exclusively for the food and beverage

Sustainability in the meat industry: a top theme at IFFA 2022

Sustainability is a catalyst for change and innovation in the meat industry. Political requirements and nutrition-conscious consumers are driving producers and manufacturers to act. Additional pressure is being generated by the global debate on climate protection and resource conservation. The meat processing industry is responding to this with technological innovations, but also with fundamental corporate

Boomers & Gen Z: Differs on environmental & ethical issues

It’s not only on environmental and ethical issues that the two generations differ. The youngest consumers are much more price sensitive. Generation Z consumers are more concerned about the sustainability credentials of food and beverage products than Boomers, and find vegetarian and vegan products more appealing, new research shows. PR company Ingredient Communications surveyed 1,000