The Berlin-based firm has launched a line of ‘modular farming units’ it calls Growing Centres, which stand up to 18 metres high
The annual food producer’s conference took place on Tuesday (23 February)
Sandwich giant Greencore will commit to producing only recyclable or reusable packaging by 2025 as part of a wider sustainability drive presented to investors and analysts later today.
The NFU president spoke of a ‘real risk’ of an erosion of British food and drink production
The FSA says almost 500 cases of the bug have been linked to the contaminated products since the start of 2020
The move follows a collapse in demand for pork and tumbling farmgate prices
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New checks down the Irish Sea have made sales to the region unviable for some specialist wholesalers
It comes amid tight global supplies of cereals, with Arla warning the cost of production could rise by 6%
Volume sales increases were primarily attributed to the lockdown-related trend of scratch-cooking
Eight of the Northern Irish grower’s prepared veg lines went on sale across M&S’s 18 stores in the Republic of Ireland last week
Fifty British organisations have written to supermarket CEOs, urging them to make a public statement denouncing the deregulation of gene editing
But with AHDB suggesting the result was ’complex’ many growers are concerned the government may disregard the outcome
The much-loved ethical brand has been dropped from Slave Free Chocolate’s list of ethical chocolate companies
The retailer has agreed to adopt a series of measures designed to protect endangered marine species
A multiyear study by red meat giant ABP Food Group has shown it is possible to reduce methane emissions from cattle
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Sunflower oil has almost doubled in price in the past year, while Italian extra virgin olive oil is up almost 70%
The 11th hour EU deal, combined with delays to government funding, has left ports racing to build