Tesco, the British multinational grocery and general merchandise retailer with headquarters in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, launched an innovative, online “food waste hotline”, to help make it easier for suppliers and growers to pinpoint ongoing food waste hotspots, and

Walmart launched a sustainable platform inviting suppliers to join the company in committing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions resulting from their operations and supply chains. Dubbed Project Gigaton, this initiative will provide an emissions reduction toolkit to a broad network of

Evolva and Cargill will produce and commercialise the next-generation stevia sweetener, EverSweet. This product is on track for a 2018 launch. It is a next-generation stevia sweetener – claim both companies - that solves both the stevia taste and Reb

With annual revenue of 11.3 billion euro, FrieslandCampina is one of the world’s largest dairy companies. Since 7 February 2017, the Dutch company has made use of biogas in its plant in Borculo (Netherlands) for generating steam used for the

It is tasty, healthy and now also sustainable. We are talking about the Swedish bread. Polarbröd, Sweden's third largest bakery, has taken the decision to convert all of its flexible film requirements from fossil-based Polyethylene to Braskem's bio-based I'm green

From apples we can not only obtain cider or jam, we can achieve even paper tissues and eco-leather. How? Using their waste, such as cores and peels. These scraps, until a few years ago, were almost exclusively recycled to feed

"The next generation of innovative, bio-based film technology has arrived,” says Milan Moscaritolo, Senior Director of Sales and Marketing of Toray Plastics. The company based in North Kingstown (Rhode Island, US) announced the introduction of new bio-based lidding films. LumiLid® bio-based, dual-ovenable