Irish food & drink exports top €12.6bn

Ireland has enjoyed another record year, after it was revealed its food, drink and horticulture exports reached €12.6 billion for the first time. The announcement...

IKEA fortify supply chain with first Food Better Programme

IKEA Food Services is upping the ante for sustainable agriculture after introducing the Better Chicken Programme. This is the first of the IKEA Food Better...

IBM, Walmart & JD use blockchain to target food safety in...

The blockchain behemoth shows no signs of slowing down with news of a new industry collaboration to use the disruptive tech to safeguard food...

Fighting dairy’s carbon footprint with a hackathon

Finnish dairy manufacturer is aiming to solve the carbon emissions associated with milk production by inviting teams to enter a hackathon competition. The competition aims...

Blockchain to follow beef from ‘paddock to plate’

Researchers in Australia have utilised blockchain technology to help track beef from the paddock to plate in a bid to protect the nation’s beef...

Nestlé takes aim at food waste with latest partnership

Nestlé UK and Ireland has partnered with Company Shop to help ensure more surplus food is redistributed and available for charitable and commercial use. With...

Brewing giant invests in Tesla’s electric trucks for greener fleet

Brewing giant Anheuser-Busch has placed one of Tesla’s largest pre-orders, after commiting to 40 of the company’s fully electric semi-trucks. The brewer said the investment...

North Carolina farmers swap tobacco for stevia in PureCircle partnership

A new farming programme from Chicago natural sweetener producer PureCircle sees tobacco farmers turn towards a more sustainable in-demand crop – stevia leaf. The programme...

Forever Chocolate report reveals Barry Callebaut’s sustainable supply chain

Chocolate manufacturer Barry Callebaut has published its inaugural Forever Chocolate progress report highlighting advances in the supply chain. It details progress made since the business...

Cargill greens up cocoa with renewables at Ghana plant

Food giant Cargill has inaugurated its solar power facility at its cocoa and chocolate site in Tema, Ghana. The facility is part of Cargill’s investment...

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