EU reports progress and challenges in food safety across nations
The European Commission has released assessments on food safety progress and challenges in several nations aspiring to become EU member states, including Ukraine, Turkey, Albania, Moldova, and Serbia.
Foreign investors continue exodus from russian agricultural market Into Q1 2024; Danone deal possible, analyst suggests
The trend of foreign investors exiting Russia's agro-industrial market, which commenced in 2022 and persisted through 2023, is expected to extend into the first quarter of 2024, predicts the Finam Financial Group. During the Agroholdings of Russia 2023 conference in Moscow, Alexei Kurasov, Head of the Corporate Finance Department at Finam Financial Group, highlighted this ongoing trend.
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Almarai's head of sustainability highlights achievements at COP28: clean energy usage increased by 10%
During an interactive session titled "State of sustainability in the Middle East and Africa" at the United Nations Climate Change Conference "COP28," Abdulaziz Albader, Head of Sustainability at Almarai Company, shared insights into the company's sustainability efforts.
Fresh Approach: Lidl GB switches 'use by' to 'best before' labels on yoghurt and fresh milk to combat food waste
Lidl GB, the British segment of German supermarket chain Lidl, is introducing changes to the labelling of its yoghurt and fresh milk ranges to tackle food waste.
International Coffee Organization and Specialty Coffee Association forge historic Partnership to Transform Global Coffee Industry
In a landmark development, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) and the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) have formalized their collaboration through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the ICO Headquarters in London. This groundbreaking agreement signifies a joint commitment to advancing cooperation within the coffee industry, with a primary focus on elevating sustainability and education in the specialty coffee sector.
Rabobank: slow supply growth, rising prices on the horizon for dairy market
As 2023 concludes, Rabobank's experts predict a shift in the global dairy market dynamics, signaling a move towards a new phase in its cycle. The past year witnessed subdued milk supply growth and lackluster demand, resulting in soft dairy commodity pricing. However, the tide is turning, with Rabobank anticipating sluggish milk supply growth but improved dairy prices in 2024.
Darigold chairman Allan Huttema takes the helm as interim CEO
In a strategic shift, Darigold, Inc., one of the leading U.S. dairy producers, bids farewell to CEO Joe Coote, who is set to return to Australia. Stepping into the interim CEO role is board chairman Allan Huttema, a seasoned figure with deep roots in Darigold's operations.
Amcor unveils eco-friendly paper packaging revolution for fromagerie Milleret's luxurious soft cheeses
Amcor, a global leader in developing and producing responsible packaging solutions, has collaborated with the French family-owned cheese producer, Fromagerie Milleret, to launch a new recycle-ready paper packaging for the company’s Le Baron Brie and l’Ortolan Bio premium cheeses.
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The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will support the modernization of the agricultural sector in Sri Lanka
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South Korean authorities will stimulate the country's growing demand for alternative meat and dairy products