The UK’s first agriculture and food counsellor in China has been appointed to help increase the country’s growing food and drink exports to the country.
The Institution of Chemical Engineers is urging coordinated action to reduce the amount of hidden water used in food and drink production
- Bottled water under the microscope
Richard Hall, 25 Nov 2014
- Bean around the world
Douglas Rash is Treatt group VP – global sales, 24 Nov 2014
- Fruit juice fight back
Richard Hall, 17 Nov 2014
- Glanbia launches OatPure gluten-free oats
Shaun Weston, 25 Sep 2014
- Jiminy Crickets! Insects as the new snacking trend
Claire Phoenix, 25 Sep 2014
Sales of gluten-free foods in retail in the US posted an impressive compound annual growth rate of 34% over the five-year period ended in 2014, when market sales reached $973m.
The Soil Association has responded to comments issued by climate expert Lord John Krebs that organic farming may do more damage to the environment than conventional farming.
A member of the Scottish cabinet calls for retailers to get behind the Scottish dairy industry.
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- CHS and West Central announce strategic agreement
- Climate change will have far reaching effects on UK agriculture
- Case study: Aston Manor Cider uses riverside location to go green
- British Framboise
- Infographic: 2015 food trends
- Research identifies food and drinks industry concerns
- Could renewable energy offer benefits to the food and drink industry?
- Fairtade Foundation and Fairtrade Africa announce ‘women in coffee’ project
- ADM and Unilever sign joint business development plan
- UK gives the world a January juice boost
- Global action needed on water usage in food production