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What consumer trends are shaping India's foodservice growth?

27 February 2019 | Mini Pant Zachariah

India has an expanding foodservice market but how can manufacturers doing business in the country harness that growth? Mini Pant Zachariah reports back from India Food Forum 2019. ... read more

Future food supply under threat, says damning UN biodiversity report

22 February 2019 | Andy Coyne

A report from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has highlighted issues that could impact future food supply. ... read more

Meat processor ABP makes move into plant-based products

22 February 2019 | Andy Coyne

Ireland-based ABP Food Group is the latest meat processor to reveal plans to expand into the plant-based arena. ... read more

Packaging firms would pay in full for waste under UK plans

18 February 2019 | Andy Coyne

A series of proposals intended to cut down on waste, including a tax on certain types of plastic packaging, have been issued by the UK government. ... read more

UK delays some reform plans after industry Brexit plea

18 February 2019 | Dean Best

The UK has moved to alter the scheduling of talks on some possible reforms affecting the food industry after an appeal from business amid the pressure of preparing for Brexit. ... read more

Will biodiversity become the new organic?

18 February 2019 | Victor Martino

There are signs more actors in the food system are focusing more on biodiversity to try to make their businesses more sustainable. just-food's US columnist Victor Martino explores. ... read more

What impact could Brazil's new president Jair Bolsonaro have on the food industry?

12 February 2019 | Ivan Castano

Latin America correspondent Ivan Castano looks at how the administration of Brazil's new far-right President Jair Bolsonaro could impact the country's food industry. ... read more

UK food urges Government to pause industry reforms amid Brexit crunch

11 February 2019 | Dean Best

The UK food sector has called on the Government to put talks over reforms in the areas of health and the environment on hold to allow companies to prepare for a no-deal Brexit. ... read more

Danone expands in US to increase plant-based capacity 

11 February 2019 | Andy Coyne

European dairy heavyweight Danone has announced plans to increase the capacity of its plant-based products in the US. ... read more

Nestle plans disclosure of commodity sourcing in an effort to boost transparency

1 February 2019 | Simon Harvey

Consumer goods giant Nestlé said today (1 February) it plans to publish a list of its commodity sources later in the year. ... read more

UK vegan food deep-dive, part two - bumps in the road 

31 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

In part two of this feature, Andy Coyne asks whether anything can slow down the march of vegan food in the UK. ... read more

UK vegan food deep-dive, part one - the game is getting bigger

30 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

Andy Coyne takes an in-depth look at the UK vegan food category, which has grown rapidly in recent times. ... read more

Indofood quits sustainable palm oil body amid allegations of labour violations

30 January 2019 | Simon Harvey

Indofood, one of Indonesia's largest food companies, has withdrawn from the Roundtable of Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certification scheme.  ... read more

Hershey announces package of environmental initiatives

24 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

US confectionery giant Hershey has unveiled a package of environmental initiatives and commitments. ... read more

Nestle, Mondelez, Unilever, Danone among signatories to Loop environmental initiative

24 January 2019 | Simon Harvey

A raft of global food and drinks companies have signed up to a new environmental initiative to combat the use of plastics in packaging. ... read more

Consumer goods market facing revolution, says new Unilever CEO Alan Jope

23 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

Unilever's new chief executive officer Alan Jope has spoken to an audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, about the future of brands in a fast-changing world. ... read more

How are investors broadening their sustainability horizons?

22 January 2019 | Ben Cooper

There are signs, Ben Cooper writes, the investment community is paying more attention to food companies' moves on sustainability - but that creates its own challenges. ... read more

Unilever, Kraft Heinz sign Canada food-waste pledge

21 January 2019 | Dean Best

Unilever and Kraft Heinz are among eight companies operating in Canada to pledge to cut food waste in their operations in half. ... read more

Nestle steps up plan to tackle plastic waste

21 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

Food giant Nestlé has outlined plans to eliminate plastics which are harmful to the environment from its products. ... read more

Don Lee Farms to export plant-based burger to 15 countries

18 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

US-based food firm Don Lee Farms has revealed plans to sell its signature plant-based burger more widely. ... read more

Are we heading for a plastic-free world? - just-food FUTURES analysis

18 January 2019 | Rachel England

What should food companies do to align themselves with the growing concern over plastic? Will the industry ever do away with plastic completely? Our FUTURES service explores. ... read more

Tyson links up with environmental specialist EDF on sustainability

15 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

US meat giant Tyson Foods has launched a partnership with a non-profit organisation in an attempt to accelerate its sustainability initiatives. ... read more

UK plant-based start-up Daring Foods gains distribution and closes in on supermarket deal

15 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

UK plant-based start-up Daring Foods has revealed the name of the company with which it has signed a distribution deal.  ... read more

"The timing for edible insects could not be better" - Eat Grub co-founder Shami Radia, the bitesize interview

15 January 2019 | Simon Harvey

Eat Grub co-founder Shami Radia outlines why the UK firm believes the prospects for edible insects are strong and the business' plans for growth. ... read more

Charoen Pokphand Foods commits to sustainability targets

11 January 2019 | Simon Harvey

Thai conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Foods joins a raft of global companies laying down a commitment to make packaging recyclable. ... read more

New products - Tony's Chocolonely brings 'slave-free chocolate' to UK; Fazer changes chocolate recipe to become vegan-friendly; Danone-owned Horizon Organic unveils protein-enhanced milk; Califia Farms introduces new oatmilk products

10 January 2019 | just-food.com

This week's batch of new products includes Greek yogurt firm Chobani's debut in non-dairy and Mondelez targeting Nutella in France. ... read more

French supermarket sales of vegan and vegetarian products surge

9 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

French supermarkets saw a drastic change in the sale of vegan and vegetarian products in 2018, according to new research. ... read more

From traceability to Trump - predicting the US food mega-trends of 2019

3 January 2019 | Victor Martino

2018 was a year of dynamism and change in the US food industry and 2019 looks like being no different, writes Victor Martino. ... read more

What will top food sustainability agenda in 2019?

3 January 2019 | Ben Cooper

As part of just-food's 2019 outlook series, Ben Cooper identifies the sustainability hotspots and trends for the food sector in the next year. ... read more

The stories before Christmas you might have missed

3 January 2019 | Dean Best

To help you catch up on what you might have missed before Christmas, just-food rounds up the best of our coverage before the festive period. ... read more

With Brexit looming, what trends will drive UK food in 2019?

2 January 2019 | Andy Coyne

The food industry trends that experts believe we will see in the UK in 2019 reflect concerns across a number of issues, writes Andy Coyne. ... read more

US unveils rules for GMO labels

20 December 2018 | Dean Best

The US government today (20 December) issued rules governing the labelling of genetically-modified foods. ... read more

Aleph Farms says marketable cell-based steak product could be four years away

19 December 2018 | Andy Coyne

Israel-based food-tech Aleph Farms has outlined the timeframe for creating a cell-based steak product it can take to market. ... read more

They said what? The most-read interviews on just-food in 2018

18 December 2018 | Dean Best

Our most-read interviews featured giants of the industry like Nestle, PepsiCo and Danone, as well as SMEs focusing on some of the fast-growing trends shaping the sector. ... read more

Food manufacturers could be forced to pay for recycling under new UK proposals

18 December 2018 | Andy Coyne

The UK's Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and Environment Agency (Defra) has announced new plans to tackle recycling and food waste.  ... read more