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Why food makers should look to feed to tackle the protein challenge

By Katy Askew

Food makers need to scrutinise what is fed to the livestock used in their products in order to develop a more sustainable production system that will be able to feed the world’s growing population, forecast to reach 9bn people by 2040, a new report by...

Bell wants to deliver botanic flavours that fit sweet and savoury applications

Bell targets ‘hot topic’ of botanics with new line

By Katy Askew

Bell Flavors & Fragrances is launching a new line of botanic flavours for sweet, savoury, dairy and beverage applications in order to capitalise on what it has identified as a “hot topic” for 2018.

Arla Foods has announced its biggest investment ever for 2018 as it pursues its 2020 goals.

Arla Foods to invest €527m in 2018

By Jim Cornall

In the biggest single investment announced in the Danish-headquartered dairy cooperative’s history, Arla Foods says it will invest more than half a billion euros ($656m) in 2018 to deliver on its 2020 growth ambition.

Engage to cut supply chain emissions, CDP urges

‘Surge’ in climate leadership puts greater focus on the supply chain

By Katy Askew

Last year saw a “surge” in climate leadership, prompting environmental disclosure platform the Climate Disclosure Project (CDP) to praise food and beverage companies including Nestlé, Ajinomoto, Coca-Cola, Kellogg and Unilever for their supplier engagement...

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Grass is greener for healthy, novel protein, say researchers

By Niamh Michail

Cheap, plentiful and with an amino acid profile similar to eggs, grass could be the next sustainable protein ingredient for food manufacturers, say Danish researchers, who have already created a grass protein bar.

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