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Search for balance in ingredients

Less sugar, salt and fat – more natural products and ingredients. Less meat and other animal proteins – more vegetal alternatives. Fewer pesticides and CO2 emission – more attention to nature and the climate. All in all,..

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Rejuvenation warrants continuity at Bessels

10 September 2019

Bessels architekten & engineers has its 40th anniversary in October. ‘My ambition is to continue for many more years’, says founder and owner Herman Bessels, who will be 70 soon. But he does not do this on his own: a...

Product information has become more transparent

10 September 2019

Food products consist of ingredients that have a combined value. Nutritional value, of course, there is more. Such as the emotional value and CO2 value. For the creation of value, marketing and transparency, reliable pro...

Improvement of the structure of plant-based proteins

10 September 2019

An increased awareness of sustainability, concern over the climate and personal health are drivers for the replacement of animal proteins with plant-based proteins, and the development of new products. Challenging, since...

Shelf space for the food of the future at LIDL

10 September 2019

Burgers of tomato surpluses, bitterbals of circularly grown oyster mushrooms and muesli of saved peanuts. These and other sustainable products, coming from start-ups, were on the shelves of Lidl last summer. A next step ...

Heroin or saffron: who wins?

10 September 2019

The price of heroin is sometimes lower than that of pure saffron. Cost price 20 -25,000 euros/kg. Its scarcity and price make saffron very interesting to commit fraud with. For organised crime it is excellently suited to...

Additional aid for regional products

02 August 2019

Minister Schouten of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality (LNV) wants to increase the appreciation of Dutch regional products and promote their sale. In cooperation with the provinces, the plan is to organise a special t...

Chain formation in the egg sector

31 July 2019

Following the Fipronil crisis, several committees issued opinions on the measures needed to prevent the recurrence of similar cases. On the basis of research Foodlog concludes that these measures do not simply eliminate ...

Start construction of Sligro Maastricht

22 July 2019

In Maastricht, Aan de Stegge Twello has started the construction of a delivery service distribution centre for wholesaler Sligro. After the successful cooperation in the construction of the delivery service distribution ...

Price coffee, sugar, cocoa harms farmers

18 July 2019

The price of sugar has already risen by 8% this year, while the price of cocoa and Arabica coffee is now at the same level as 1 January. The price of Robusta coffee fell by 8%. All these markets are faced with an oversup...

Schouten supplies to Australia

17 July 2019

After Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East, the Dutch family business Schouten Europe BV will now also supply vegetarian products to Australia. From this summer onwards, Schouten will be supplying its products...

MBO-challenge Food Wastage

16 July 2019

Food waste goes far beyond the scraps that go into the garbage can at home. Throughout the entire chain, food is lost or wasted. Worldwide, this involves 1.3 billion tonnes per year, one third of all the food produced. I...

Legislative amendments as of 1 July 2019 for SMEs

18 June 2019

As of 1 July 2019, various laws and regulations will change. In addition, various legislative changes have been introduced in recent months. The most important legislative changes for you as an SME at a glance. What will...

About guys, quakes and cracks

10 June 2019

I was at a friend’s party. The room was full. The conversation was about our construction and renovation issues. A woman, who lives in an old house, was worried. She spoke about cracks in the facade that had been there f...

‘Technically, (almost) everything is already possible’

10 June 2019

Prof.dr.ir Andy van den Dobbelsteen has been professor of Climate Design & Sustainability at TU Delft for 10 years now. The Climate Design & Sustainability chair is close to the technical side of engineering. His...

Dialogue turns into something beautiful

10 June 2019

Bresc evolved from a local snail breeder into a garlic and herb specialist for the European gastronomy market. The continuous growth of the company demands choices in terms of raw materials, production, sustainability an...