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GEA's first mobile test centre for New Food

Do you want to generate proof-of-concept without investing in your own pilot plant? This is now possible with the complete, mobile and modular industrial test units from GEA. For testing various products in cultivation a..

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World Bank: High food prices could last for years

03 May 2022

The war in Ukraine has dealt a major shock to commodity markets, altering global patterns of trade, production, and consumption in ways that will keep prices at historically high levels through the end of 2024, according...

700 new food companies in one year

28 April 2022

In the twelve months between the start of the second quarter 2021 and the start of the second quarter 2022, 690 companies were added in the food industry on balance. At the start of the second quarter of 2021, there were...

Labour shortage demands creativity from food companies

19 April 2022

Scarcity in the labour market is slowing down the growth of food companies. The shortage of people requires maximum creativity from entrepreneurs in engaging and binding staff in order to secure future growth. In additio...

Labelling agreements for sunflower oil shortage

13 April 2022

The food industry is facing a shortage of sunflower oil. Sunflower oil in certain foods will have to be (partly) replaced by other vegetable oils, such as rapeseed oil and soya oil. Unfortunately, it is not possible to a...

Food price index reaches record level in March

12 April 2022

World food commodity prices made a significant leap in March 2022 to reach their highest levels ever, as war spread shocks through markets for staple grains and vegetable oils, the Food and Agriculture Organization of th...

The lies of palm oil

11 April 2022

For many consumers, the word palm oil conjures up a pleasant image of tropical islands with a white beach lined with palm trees, preferably with a parade of dancing beauties in wicker skirts and wreaths of flowers in the...

Rabobank: 'World trade in poultry remains strong'

06 April 2022

Global poultry demand and trade will remain strong this year. The industry, however, will face challenges related to historic high cost inflation and logistic disruptions, which will especially impact low income countrie...

‘Cost price rise biggest problem for food industry'

05 April 2022

The availability of raw materials is less of a problem for the Dutch food industry than price increases. Only the availability of sunflower oil is a bottleneck. There are problems with price increases on several cost com...

Meat consumption in Germany drops by 2.1 kg in 2021

04 April 2022

Per capita German meat consumption fell by 2.1 kilograms compared to 2020 and is thus at a new record low since consumption was calculated in 1989. This is according to preliminary data from the Federal Agricultural Info...

Downturn in economic climate expected

04 April 2022

At the beginning of March, entrepreneurs in the food industry were much more pessimistic about the development of the economic climate than in the first two months of this year. In fact, the only time entrepreneurs were ...

The Vegetarian Butcher is the most sustainable brand of 2022

31 March 2022

After Tony's Chocolonely took the lead in the Sustainable Brand Index for the last 4 years, this year The Vegetarian Butcher is seen as the most sustainable brand by Dutch consumers. Tony's Chocolonely is just behind The...

MVO: 'Sunflower oil reserves used up in April'

18 March 2022

It is clear that the import of sunflower oil from the Ukraine has almost completely stopped. This is already visible in Dutch supermarkets, where hardly any bottles of sunflower oil are left on the shelves. It is expecte...

BBFAW: 'food companies need to improve animal welfare'

18 March 2022

The tenth annual Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare (BBFAW) report, launched on 16 March 2022, reveals that while companies continue to invest in animal welfare, they are too slow in delivering meaningful welfare ...

Food industry selling prices continue to rise

14 March 2022

Output prices in the Dutch food industry are rising at an ever-increasing rate. The increase of 14.2 percent in January 2022 was again more than the record increase of December 2021 (+11.3 percent). The sharp rise in the...

Roma Nederland part of Cold Care Group

11 March 2022

Roma Nederland B.V. will become part of the Cold Care Group, a participation of NewPort Capital, with immediate effect (10 March 2022). K.I.M. Nederland B.V. has been part of the group since April 2021. The Cold Care Gro...