The new collaboration is based around DSM’s feed additive product Bovaer, which effectively and consistently reduces methane emissions from cows by over 30% in non-pasture-based farming systems.
Ingredia has received the award for social and environmental commitment as part of the trophies of the 5th edition of the EY Food Industry Award 2021 in partnership with the National Association of Food Industries (ANIA).
In Germany the Andechser Scheitz dairy has initiated its KlimaBauer (climate farmer) project, where organic dairy farmers, with the support of the dairy, develop and implement measures to avoid producing and to bind carbon dioxide.
VÖM president Helmut Petschar says that joint efforts are necessary for positive further development within the dairy industry next year.
Fonterra and Nestlé are teaming up with DairyNZ to expand a promising plantain trial to help improve waterways and reduce on-farm greenhouse gas emissions.
Although the dairy industry has work to do, a world without cows is probably best left as a Twilight Zone episode and not a reality show, says an article published in Nutrition Today.
Food safety is a major issue for society, according to more than two-thirds of the respondents in Tetra Pak’s latest global research study.
Elopak’s director of sustainability recently shared Elopak’s sustainability story, covering the company’s achievements to date and targets for the future.
Fonterra farmers have been receiving unique Greenhouse Gas emissions profiles for their farms – the first time such a tool has been introduced in New Zealand at scale.
Fonterra’s Te Awamutu site takes the next step in its transition away from coal.