Delamere will feature the details of its partnership with Cabrito Goat Meat on all of its goats’ milk cartons from May this year in a move to highlight to consumers the ethical reasons to choose its milk.
Trouw Nutrition’s new €10,000 HealthyLife grant is available to progressive dairy farmers, nutritionists and veterinarians who are serious about the sustainability and well-being of their herd.
Graham’s The Family Dairy has announced plans for a low carbon heat project at its facility in Fife, which will position the area at the forefront of innovative decarbonisation solutions for the food and drink sector.
Through Bord Bia’s new Grass Fed Standard, Irish dairy processors will now be able to provide verifiable proof that the milk used in products and ingredients has come from grass fed cows.
SIG will fund breakthrough research at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, as part of a joint initiative with Nestlé, Logitech and other partners, to tackle environmental challenges associated with plastic waste.
Approved Food, the UK’s largest online retailer of surplus food and drink, is continuing to urge shoppers to only buy what they need in the run-up to this year’s Stop Food Waste Day on 29 April 2020.
Ecolean has signed a new agreement with EcoLine, the leading waste operator in Moscow, to establish a collecting and recycling point that serves over two million consumers.
On 25 March 2020, the original planned date of publication of the European Commission’s Farm- to-Fork Strategy, the European Dairy Association (EDA) released a statement to highlight once more its important role in healthy diets for individuals, as well as for food security for Europe and globally, in ‘normal’ times as much as in this time of crisis.
Agroscope, the Swiss Confederation’s centre of excellence for agricultural research, has together with over 20 other European research institutions, signed up with the “Towards a Chemical Pesticide-Free Agriculture” memorandum of understanding (MoU).