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Be proactive as Biden eyes climate, health agenda

As President Trump accepts a transition should begin for President-elect Biden to take office, we look at what the new administration c...

Reusables: from green to grubby and back again?

Covid boosted single-use packaging, causing concern progress on reusables had been dented. However, high-profile trials are taking place. Wh...

Which meat groups have stakes in alt-meat?

With plant-based products growing in popularity and investment in lab-created products on the rise, we present a guide on how meat manu...

The health questions facing plant-based fare

Questions about the processing behind plant-based alternatives to meat and dairy are growing. Is the criticism justified or is the buoyant i...

Latest Interviews

Bonduelle deputy CEO Gregory Sanson on long-term impacts of Covid-19, resilience and M&A – the just-food interview part 2 1 Oct 2020

Dean Best

Bonduelle's deputy CEO Gregory Sanson weighs up Covid could affect working practices in the longer term, sets out his thinking on foodservice and talks M&A plans.

Has Covid-19 changed consumer views on packaging? 26 Aug 2020

Jessica Paige

Ipsos has polled consumers worldwide about their purchasing habits and their views on packaging and the environment. just-food sister site Packaging Gateway discussed the findings.

Latest News

Ghana hits out at chocolate companies over farmers' prices 23 Nov 20

Dean Best

Ghana has reportedly accused some in the chocolate industry of a "ploy to derail" government attempts to improve income for farmers.

Unilever's Ben & Jerry's to pay farmers more for cocoa 18 Nov 20

Dean Best

The US ice-cream business, owned by Unilever, is to change what it pays farmers in Côte d'Ivoire for cocoa beans.

UK's 'green industrial revolution" plan criticised for absence of food objectives 18 Nov 20

Simon Harvey

An environmental not-for-profit organisation has criticised a new ten-point "green industrial revolution" plan unveiled by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson today (18 November).

Nestle reveals new names for Australia candy brands 16 Nov 20

Simon Harvey

Nestlé has revealed the new names for two confectionery brands in Australia put under review during the summer due to concerns over racial stereotyping.

US food trade body expects tougher regulation under Biden 12 Nov 20

Andy Coyne

Consumer Brands Association, the US body representing food and beverage companies, has briefed members on the regulatory regime it expects to see under President-elect Joe Biden.

Wessanen becomes Ecotone, reveals new mission-driven status 11 Nov 20

Dean Best

Wessanen, the Netherlands-based food business that went private last year under new ownership, has changed its name.

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