Benefits for large food companies to develop their in-house sustainable sourcing schemes include greater control and less bureaucracy, according to market intelligence company, Ecovia Intelligence.
Located in Northwest of Tokyo, Kesennuma lies along the Sanriku sea waters—one of the world’s three largest fishing grounds, and the Kesennuma Shishiori Fisheries Processing Cooperative Association strives to make it a port of sustainable seafood.
Plant-based beverages are among the fastest-growing beverage segments world-wide. No longer niche, they have become lifestyle products gaining popularity with an ever-growing target group. Matthias Krusche, global product manager, Sig Combibloc, shares more.
With an estimated nine-billion strong global population by 2050, providing sufficient nutrition would require concerted, collective efforts from food manufacturers, producers, governments, civil society and consumers to take place now. By Ada Wong, head of public affairs and communications, Asia, FrieslandCampina