Archives for Food and consumer products
According to an Earth Institute report, Ethiopia, along with its neighbors, Djibouti and Somalia, could be in for a long-term struggle with climate change.
Ikea announced all seafood sold in its stores now only come from sources certified by the Marine Stewardship Council or Aquaculture Stewardship Council.
Honest Tea recently issued its annual sustainability report, touting the achievements and challenges faced by the 17-year-old tea and infusion bottler.
PepsiCo’s recent claim that since 2010, it has reaped $375 million in savings due to its sustainability initiatives, is encouraging news.
The “McB,” McDonald’s first 100% organic beef burger, is coming to a store near you--if you happen to be in Germany and Austria this fall.
A company's soy footprint is about to be the next big thing to worry about after GHG emissions, water and palm oil.
The paper industry is pushing back. The Paper and Packaging Board has launched a site that touts paper’s benefits.
Recent years have witnessed many health scares for pet owners, and unethical practices by suppliers have nudged companies to clean up the supply chain.
Lake Prespa, on the border between Macedonia, Albania and Greece preserves unique biodiversity and culinary traditions. Like that of the dried fish "cironki", whose origins are lost in time
Michigan Good Food Fund is determined to boost Michigan’s farming sector and increase food access from the Upper Peninsula to Detroit in the southeast.
Oakland, California, startup Imperfect Foods is trying to change attitudes toward ugly fruits and vegetables while increasing waste diversion.
With the California drought hyper-politicized, there is an opening for food companies to take leadership on this explosive challenge.