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FNLI: Existence of food producers under strong pressure

FNLI is very concerned about the continuity of Dutch food producers. Exploding energy costs are putting them under increasing pressure. A growing number of producers in various sectors even see their continuity threatene..

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HAK stops production due to high energy prices

04 October 2022

Vegetable and legume manufacturer HAK plans a short production break in January 2023 due to soaring energy prices. This will be a six-week break. According to the organisation, with current energy prices, it is not feasi...

11 food sector companies in KVK Innovation top 100

04 October 2022

On Tuesday 4 October 2022, KVK presented the ranking of 100 concrete innovations realised by Dutch small and medium-sized enterprises for the 17th time. In 2022, there are 11 companies from the food and agri sector in th...

Pieter Pot wants more packaging-free products

03 October 2022

Pieter Pot is running a campaign during October 2022 to invite consumers as well as major players in the food industry to commit more to packaging-free products. Pieter Pot has been campaigning against the use of single-...

Startup launches Coffee without coffee beans

01 October 2022

Dutch startup Northern Wonder launched Coffee Free Coffee on Tuesday 27 September 2022. This new product has the taste and smell of coffee, contains caffeine and is brewed the same way, but contains only non-tropical ing...

ENOUGH produces non-animal protein in new plant

29 September 2022

ENOUGH will open a production facility in Sas van Gent, Zeeland, from October, adding additional capacity to the protein market. One year after construction of the plant began, the Glasgow-based food technology company (...

Sunt makes baked donuts from rescued bananas

29 September 2022

Sunt is the first company worldwide to introduce baked donuts on a large scale and shows that even the traditional donut -which originated from the Dutch oliebol- can and must be a lot more sustainable and responsible. T...

Brave New Food takes new step towards sustainable food

27 September 2022

Brave New Food is taking a new step in the quest for more healthy and sustainable food products. With the Startup Challenge 2022, the company is calling on their network of both innovative startups and well-established c...

WUR: Share of sustainable food purchases increases

27 September 2022

Consumers spent €9.5 billion on sustainable food in 2021. We are spending more and more on products with sustainability labels like Beter Leven, Organic and Rainforest Alliance. These are the conclusions of the Sustainab...

CSRD affects more and more food companies

22 September 2022

New European directives force large companies to compile and publish their sustainability reports even more sharply. Are these in line with the Paris climate accords and will companies' implementation agendas achieve the...

Fantastic new proteins …and where to find them…

21 September 2022

The protein transition is in full swing. Product developers and food technologists develop innovative ingredients and sustainable products: fantasy becomes reality. But ... how fantastic are they really? How can you keep...

Optimising aroma and taste of meat substitutes

21 September 2022

The demand for meat, dairy and fish replacement products is growing steadily. Producers are investing heavily to improve their range. Aroma and taste are the main challenges, because vegetable proteins from soya or peas,...

99.6 per cent slaughterhouses comply with regulations

21 September 2022

"In 2021, the NVWA carried out as many as 88,000 inspections at Dutch slaughterhouses. The NVWA's new Compliance Monitor shows that no less than 99.6% of the companies complied with laws and regulations. The companies an...

Practical solutions for hygienic wiring

20 September 2022

Hygienic Design products reduce the risk of contamination in the food industry. But how do you tackle this and how do you prevent cables and components from posing a risk to food safety? Jeroen ter Velde, food specialist...

Big data takes food safety to higher level

20 September 2022

The development and application of modern sequencing technologies have led to many new improvements in food safety and public health. With unprecedented resolution and big data, high-throughput sequencing (HTS) has enabl...

Food industry turnover rose 19.6 per cent

20 September 2022

Food industry turnover rose 19.6 per cent in July this year compared to July last year. At the beginning of July this year, three quarters of food industry entrepreneurs did suffer from production constraints and that nu...