child nutrition

10 Apr 2024
--- European MEPs and the Council presidency have unveiled a provisional agreement to extend temporary trade measures for Ukraine as farmers continue to denounce the current provision as “unsustainable.” The... Read More
09 Apr 2024
--- Food inflation in the world’s wealthiest nations has fallen to levels from before Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine and declined for 15 consecutive months, reaching 5.3% in February versus 6.3% in January,... Read More
29 Mar 2024
--- The EU vote on the Nature Restoration Law has been shelved after several member states withdrew support for the landmark regulation. European Commissioner for the Environment, Virginijus Sinkevičius, warns “the current... Read More
20 Mar 2024
--- Bühler’s new Grain Innovation Center in Uzwil, Switzerland, is nearing completion and will support customers in navigating the grain processing industry’s evolving market dynamics and developing “the... Read More
18 Mar 2024
--- Cargill is pioneering wind-assisted propulsion (WAP) technology on ocean vessels to cut fossil fuels and support decarbonization efforts with renewable energy. The global food corporation recently completed a six-month test... Read More
15 Mar 2024
--- Anuga FoodTec is opening its doors to visitors in Cologne, Germany, next week (March 19–22). Exhibitors will showcase their latest solutions addressing this year’s main theme: How can food production be geared... Read More
14 Mar 2024
--- The European Parliament voted overwhelmingly in favor of the EU AI Act yesterday, with the groundbreaking regulation expected to enter into force early next year and apply in 2026. The impacts of this new law on food... Read More
13 Mar 2024
--- The European Parliament (EP) has voted in favor of the Green Claims Directive (GCD) that seeks to establish a verification and pre-approval system for environmental marketing claims to protect consumers. However, according... Read More
12 Mar 2024
--- The EU plans to dilute its incoming deforestation regulation (EUDR) by temporarily designating all export countries with the same standard risk classification. The change comes after governments in Asia, Latin America and... Read More
07 Mar 2024
--- The Red Sea shipping crisis is continuing to hinder trade between Europe and Asia and impact the price and availability of key commodities in the consumer goods sector, including wheat and plastic, according to research by... Read More
01 Mar 2024
--- The European Parliament has voted in favor of a landmark nature restoration law amid right-wing pushback and farmer protests. While environmentalists see the new law as a historic opportunity to restore nature in Europe,... Read More
29 Feb 2024
--- Leading food and beverage manufacturers in the UK dispute the outcomes of a report published by the youth activist movement Bite Back, which concludes that “the majority of global food manufacturers are reliant on... Read More
26 Feb 2024
--- At this year’s Packaging Innovations trade show in Birmingham, UK (February 21–22), industry experts highlighted the latest material developments aimed at bolstering the circular economy. Ridding packaging of... Read More
26 Feb 2024
--- As the European Union prepares for a new legislative cycle, the European soft drinks sector, represented by UNESDA, has published its manifesto, outlining key strategies and policy priorities for the 2024-2029 EU political... Read More
26 Feb 2024
--- The UK is preparing to roll out its “Not for EU” labels across commercial food and beverage products, which businesses fear may lead to additional trading complexities and costs. Consumers are worried the clear... Read More
22 Feb 2024
--- Nestlé has released its full-year results for 2023, revealing robust organic growth of 7.2%, driven by pricing increases of 7.5%. Total reported sales amounted to CHF93.0 billion (US$106 billion), representing a... Read More
14 Feb 2024
--- German farmers are protesting against government plans to abolish diesel subsidies and motor vehicle tax exemptions in agriculture, but environmental groups claim such measures are necessary for sustainable food systems.... Read More
09 Feb 2024
--- Environmental and animal protection groups have criticized the European Commission’s (EC) new plans to weaken its agriculture-related GHG emission targets and accused policymakers of favoring discontented farmers over... Read More
02 Feb 2024
--- The dietary choices of people with low food and nutrition security are more constrained than those whose food and nutrition needs are met, finds a new study conducted by experts at the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and... Read More
02 Feb 2024
--- UK F&B businesses are urging the government to provide clarity over the possibility of new labeling requirements amid fears that the proposed introduction of “Not for EU” product labels could push up... Read More