Harnessing the Power of Insects: Arla on Upcycling With ENORM

Arla Foods Ingredients partners with ENORM to harness the upcycling power of insects   Arla Foods Ingredients has teamed up with ENORM, Northern Europe’s largest insect farm, in a partnership that will significantly reduce food waste and promote upcycling.   Delactosed permeate (DLP) is a residual dairy stream generated in large…

Sustainable Solutions To Food Waste & Food Safety Issues

NTUC Fairprice Co-operative Ltd was founded by the labour movement in 1973, with a social mission to moderate the cost of living in Singapore. As the largest supermarket chain in Singapore with over 370 outlets island-wide, serving over half a million shoppers daily, FairPrice recognises the importance and is committed…

Automation: Ensuring Quality, Reducing Food Waste & Emissions

Producing large quantities of popular fast-food items such as chicken nuggets with consistent, repeatable results, every time is a highly sensitive process. Imagine: you’ve popped out to shops and decided to pick up some chicken nuggets—a quick and easy lunch option that everyone enjoys. These days, with the increasing awareness…

Toward Sustainable Packaging: Addressing Solid & Food Waste Management Issues

Aspiring towards a circular economy, product innovations and a surge in demand will be expected for different sustainable packaging solutions such as plant-based polymer packaging. Contributed by Diego Shimizu, Chemicals, Materials & Food at Frost & Sullivan. The world generates more than 200 million tonnes of plastic waste annually. The…

Digitising The Supply Chain To Reduce Food Waste

A commentary by Dr Felix Flemming from TOMRA Food The scale of the global food waste problem is staggering. According to reports*, 1.6 billion tons of food are lost or wasted every year, equating to a total value of USD$1.2 trillion being wiped from the supply chain. With one-third of…

Would You Like A Side Of Mould, Sir?

When former British Prime Minister, Teresa May, proclaimed that she wasn’t opposed to scraping off mould from the top of a jar of jam and eating the product underneath, it sparked a conversation about what mouldy foods were safe to eat. Here, group vice president food & beverage at ABB,…

Combating The Curse Of Food Wastage With Digitisation

The F&B industry is in the throes of a ‘food-tech’ revolution, which is already posing some tough questions on business sustainability for many operators. Food presents one of the greatest ironies of our times. On one hand, humankind is faced with a grave threat of severe food shortage and hunger…

Market Outlook 2020: 3D Printing—A New Frontier Of Food

Sci-fi fans will probably recall Star Trek’s Replicator machine, capable of turning any molecule into a meal. While synthesising meals on demand may seem like something out of a futuristic movie, 3D printing could soon become a regular way of processing food. The ability to 3D print food isn’t a…
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