EY Center for Sustainable Supply Chains launches in Singapore

EY Center for Sustainable Supply Chains launches in Singapore. Singapore, as a leading supply chain and logistics hub in Asia, makes an ideal location to set up the Center. The intersection of trade flows and vast numbers of companies anchored in the country, from multinational corporations to regional and local…

Sustainable Food Predictions 2023

 Ecovia Intelligence: Sustainable Food Predictions 2023   Ecovia Intelligence gives its predictions for the year ahead. The previous year (2022) marked the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as geopolitical conflict which has led to high energy costs and food inflation. Although the repercussions will continue to be felt…

Vegan Protein Yeastin Shows Excellent Sustainability

Vegan Protein Yeastin Shows Excellent Sustainability in Life Cycle Assessment: Protein from brewer's spent yeast is significantly more resource-efficient as a basis for burger patties than pea or beef protein   Brugg/Switzerland, March 2023 – A study at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW) recently aimed to evaluate the…

TOMRA: Why The Food Industry Needs To Think About Sustainability

When companies prioritise sustainability, not only does it benefit the society at large, it makes business sense too. Stefaan Kennis, Director of Strategy, Market Intelligence and Sustainability at TOMRA Food, explains why and how technology can make this happen.   In Leuven, Belgium, farmers, growers, food processors, packers, and retailers…

Sustainability Verification For Hibiscus

The First Sustainable Hibiscus In The Industry Symrise is the first company in the industry to receive sustainability verification for hibiscus. It promotes sustainable agricultural practices. Additionally, the long term business relationships it establishes in the industry sets the foundation for sustainable success. As the first company in the industry,…

Food Companies Urged To Support Palm Oil Sustainability Schemes In Malaysia And Indonesia

Food brands have been urged to show their support for national, government-backed, palm oil sustainable certification schemes in Malaysia and Indonesia, and overcome their short-term financial objections to secure long-term sustainability. The national scheme in Malaysia, for example, is mandatory for palm oil producers, but not their customers. Such government-organised…

The Evolving Landscape That Food And Beverage Sectors Should Embrace

Soil health and pollutant-free ingredients are now must-have environmental and health credentials that food and drink manufacturers should embrace, believes Mandy Saven, Director of Consumer Lifestyle at trends intelligence agency Stylus By Oliver Morrison Health and sustainability aren’t simply empty slogans, believes trend-forecasting agency Stylus. Wellness and sustainability became heightened…

igus Programme For Recycling Energy Chains Picks Up Speed

Machine components made of plastic have long since become indispensable in industry. So it is natural to ask what the recycling situation will be at the end of their service life. One possible answer is provided by the motion plastics specialist igus. In the chain recycling programme, customers can send…

Nestlé Waters Targets Positive Water Impact By Regenerating Local Water Cycles

Nestlé Waters will expand its current efforts to manage water sustainably and increase its collaboration with partners to identify and support local solutions. These solutions are designed to help regenerate the ecosystems in the areas around each of Nestlé Waters' 48 sites. As of 2025, they will help nature retain…
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