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Alternatives plastic can be worse for the environment

Experts say that alternatives to plastic can sometimes have an even worse impact on the environment than plastic itself. Their use would, among other things, lead to higher CO2 emissions. The British Circular Taskforc..

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Foodybag reduces food waste

14 January 2020

As of January 13th, restaurants will be able to display a special #waste-free logo behind their windows or on their menus to show their commitment to fighting food waste. What is not eaten may be taken home. The logo, la...

Dutch people think price of healthy food is too low

14 January 2020

Consumers think that our food has become healthier and more sustainable; we pay too little for it. These results of the study were presented at the New Year's Café of Schuttelaar & Partners, the consultancy for a hea...

Half meat and half vegetable in the meat shelf

08 January 2020

New for consumers who want to eat less meat but don't want to compromise on healthy properties and delicious taste, who are looking for the balance between enjoyment, responsible living and sustainability. FiftyFifty is ...

Van Loon Group makes meat substitutes

07 January 2020

During the Horecava, Van Loon Group will introduce under a new label 'The Blue Butcher', an extensive range of innovative meat substitutes to build a 'no meat of today' society. With this new label, Van Loon Group respon...

The ten themes of 2020

02 January 2020

Legislation, consumer behaviour and sustainability. Having a good strategy in 2020 is perhaps more important than ever for the entrepreneur. ABN AMRO is already providing insight and background into ten themes that will ...

Agricultural entrepreneurs get a chance to be sustainable

02 January 2020

From 1 January 2020 it will be possible for starting agricultural entrepreneurs to apply for a loan to make their business more sustainable. After a takeover, it is often not possible for start-ups in the agricultural an...

More vegetables in January with 'Green January’

31 December 2019

Vegetable innovator &samhoud food challenges the Netherlands to go 100% vegetable in January in addition to 0% alcohol. With 'Green January' &samhoud food wants people to experience that vegetables and enjoyment ...

Diviande BREEAM-NL Outstanding certified

23 December 2019

In 2017, Diviande started the construction of a new production location, including storage and distribution of its chilled and frozen (meat) products and an office function. During the construction, sustainability was a ...

More sustainable palm oil processed in the Netherlands

20 December 2019

The Netherlands is on the right track in the use of sustainable palm oil. The final target (100% sustainable by 2020) is in sight. This is evident from the report of the Dutch Alliance for Sustainable Palm Oil (DASPO). I...

Future of Food

19 December 2019

Vakblad Voedingsindustrie participates in the Future of Food campaign launched by Mediaplanet on 19 December 2019. Learn more about various trends and developments in the field of food. Subjects such as mechanisation, su...

Europeans are willing to pay more for less plastic

17 December 2019

Six out of ten (62%) European consumers say that they are prepared to put their money where their mouth is and pay more for food that contains less plastic packaging. A similar number (59%) say they sort and recycle more...

Bioplastics: compost or not?

17 December 2019

Bioplastics are popular at a time when people are worried about litter and environmental damage. But the question is: Can bioplastics live up to their green image? And are they suitable or not for composting? There is st...

CityLoops: Apeldoorn will close its waste cycle

17 December 2019

Wageningen Food & Biobased Research is going to help the municipality of Apeldoorn to close the local organic waste cycle. This is done in CityLoops, the European project that aims to embed circularity in urban waste...

Organic farming supports eight major SDGs

13 December 2019

The Dutch company Eosta, in cooperation with TU Twente, has mapped out how organic agriculture supports the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030. A literature review based on independent publications shows ...

Unilever opens Foods Innovation Centre on Wageningen campus

10 December 2019

On 6 December his Majesty the King of the Netherlands opened Unilever’s new global Foods Innovation Centre on the campus of Wageningen University, the leading global agri-food research hub. Unilever has invested €85m ...