One company pledging to improve its chocolate supply chain performance is Italy-based Ferrero. The owner of many brands, including Kinder, Nutella and the famous gold foil-wrapped Ferrero Rocher, recently issued its latest sustainability report.
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Currently, Heineken says it is procuring 14 percent of its power needs from renewable sources. So how can the company increase that amount five-fold within the next 12 years?
A new study indicates that simply building new supermarkets is not necessarily an effective way to solve the food desert problem, but supermarkets can still be part of a more complicated problem.
How much of a difference can you make by “voting” for sustainability through your beef purchasing choices? To answer this question, Jonathan Gelbard follows a science-based green purchasing framework.
With its emphasis on approaching the farm as an integrated living organism and the farmer as a deeply knowledgeable orchestrator, biodynamics is a natural path to regenerative agriculture—a real corrective to the negative effects of our dominant food system. Realizing the potential of biodynamics, however, will require an investment strategy that is also regenerative.
Coca-Cola is attempting to harness enthusiasm for improving its waste diversion record by announcing a one-for-one recycling plan. According to the company, Coca-Cola aims to recycle one bottle or can for every single one that it sells by 2030.
Evian, the brand that long ago made bottled water chic, announced yesterday that all of its plastic bottles will be made from 100 percent recycled plastic by 2025.
The USDA has a surprising projection: We’re due to eat more meat this year than ever before. And the meat industry is ready for the uptick in sales.
Earlier this month, Greenpeace said it had conducted audits of plastic waste across 31 U.S. cities. As part of what the NGO calls its #breakfreefromplastic movement, its researchers analyzed over 7,000 pieces of single-use plastic trash to determine who was responsible – and the results are in.
Pea protein isolates and recombinant proteins were once unheard of. Now they are part of a booming industry. Food disruptors are vying for a lucrative part of the vegan food, while restaurants are standing by.
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