£2.5m initiative to explore post-Brexit agri-food sector

The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) is launching a £2.5 million initiative to help meet the needs of the land management and agri-food sectors in...

Food origin labelling brings boost for local economies

Original labelling is a hot potato for the food industry of late, but now the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) claims that such...

New report chronicles success of aquaculture sustainability

The Global Salmon Initiative (GSI) has released its fifth set of transparent sustainability data from its online reporting platform as it further strives for...

M&S highlight beef traceability with latest campaign

British supermarket, Marks & Spencer, is highlighting its beef traceability with a new food marketing campaign running throughout the summer. According to M&S, it is...

£4.8bn worth of British food and drink hang in balance post-Brexit

With Brexit set for completion at the end of 2020, the UK will need to negotiate new terms for £4.8 billion worth of food...

A new personal portal for VEGA

Register now at myVEGA to see all your VEGA contacts and call or e-mail them direct for advice, prices or arrange visits. 24/7 on-line information...

AB Sugar launches sustainability strategy

AB Sugar is aiming to become the world’s most sustainable sugar business after launching new group-wide commitments to improve sustainability. The Group has committed to...

Bühler and Microsoft to sure up food supply with digital tech

Bühler is partnering with Microsoft on ‘ground-breaking’ digital technologies which, it says, will bolster end product quality across the whole food value chain. “Digital solutions...

Using food waste for energy can also make money for manufacturers

Reducing emissions by using food waste can also make money for manufacturers, according to the Bioenergy Association. Brian Cox, Executive Officer of the Bioenergy Association,...

Chinese beef market opens to Irish exports

The Chinese beef market has opened to exports from Ireland, Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, has announced. “The opening of this...

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