Cargill doubles sustainable sourced cocoa in Ghana

Cargill has doubled the amount of sustainable cocoa it has sourced in Ghana since the creation of its own licenced buying company (LBC). According to...

Lab grown meat can slash agricultural emissions, says report

Lab grown meat could slash greenhouse gas emissions in the agricultural sector by 78-96% whilst using 99% less land, according to the Adam Smith...

Post-Brexit concerns could see shoppers turn back on imported meat

Concerns that the standards of imported food will slip following Brexit may see shoppers avoid buying meat if they cannot be certain it has...

In brief: Syngenta sets out shared vision for sustainable agriculture

Swiss agribusiness Syngenta plans to work with stakeholders around the globe to build a shared vision for sustainable agriculture. By instigating dialogue with key players,...

Gov urged to provide export support for UK food and drink...

The Government has been called on to provide greater support for UK food and drink manufacturers to compete with European rivals. So says the Food...

Britain’s extreme weather to push up food prices by £45m per...

A cold and challenging winter followed by the heatwave this summer is set to raise the prince of food and drink in Britain. According to...

Organic food exports at risk from no-deal Brexit

A no-deal Brexit risks the continuation of organic food exports to the EU relying on interim reciprocal and discretionary trading arrangements, according to certification...

UK secures £240m dairy export deal with China

International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox has secured a dairy export deal with China which is estimated to be worth £240 million over five...

Full Harvest takes aim at food waste after raising $8.5m

Full Harvest, a marketplace for excess produce that would otherwise go to waste, has closed an $8.5 million Series A round of financing led...

Third of fruit and veg wasted due to ‘wrong’ or ‘misshapen’...

Despite global efforts to curb the amount of edible food sent to landfill, new research has found that more than one-third of farmed fruit...

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