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Recycled Energy Development to set up CHP projects at Dean Foods
By FBR Staff Writer
Recycled Energy Development (RED) has announced that it has won a contract to set up combined heat and power (CHP) projects at Dean Foods’ facilities in City of Industry, California, and Franklin, Massachusetts.
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FDF's event to showcase need for sustainable and safe food
By FBR Staff Writer
Ensuring secure and stable food supplies by producing more from less with low impact on the environment, will be the primary theme of a Food and Drink Federation (FDF) event, which is being held in London, UK, on 21 May, ahead of the Rio + 20 summit in June.
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Jain Irrigation, University of Nebraska to boost sustainable food production
By FBR Staff Writer
India-based Jain Irrigation Systems has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the University of Nebraska, US, to develop applicable technologies, in order to ensure sustainable food production and water conservation.
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Kashi to increase availability of non-genetically modified food
By FBR Staff Writer
Kashi, a US-based natural food company owned by Kellogg, has announced an initiative to increase the company's availability of organic and non-genetically modified food (Non-GMO).
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Meijer launches comprehensive seafood sustainability initiative
By FBR Staff Writer
Meijer, a retailer based in Michigan, US, has announced the launch of a comprehensive seafood sustainability initiative, which will ensure all Meijer seafood suppliers follow specific sustainability guidelines for both farmed and wild-caught seafood.
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Unilever set to reach sustainable palm oil target
By FBR Staff Writer
British-Dutch consumer goods group Unilever has announced that by the end of 2012 it will reach its target of 100% certified sustainable palm oil covered by Green Palm Certificates, a full three years ahead of schedule.
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PepsiCo to install Siemens reuse solution to lower fresh water consumption
By FBR Staff Writer
American food and beverage company PepsiCo is installing an integrated reuse solution from Siemens Industry Automation Division at its snack food production facility in Santiago, Chile.
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Monsanto’s genetically modified maize safe for environment: EFSA report
By FBR Staff Writer
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has released a report, stating that the Monsanto’s MON810 genetically modified maize - an insect resistant strain of maize, does not cause any adverse effects on the environment, human and animal health.
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Barry Callebaut launches $43m cocoa sustainability initiative
By FBR Staff Writer
Barry Callebaut, the Switzerland-based manufacturer of cocoa and chocolate products, has launched a CHF40m ($43.11m) cocoa sustainability initiative to boost farm productivity in key cocoa producing countries in West and Central Africa and Indonesia over the next 10 years.
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Snyder's-Lance to switch to cage-free eggs
By FBR Staff Writer
US-based snack food company Snyder's-Lance has announced that it has begun switching to cage-free eggs as a part of its efforts to create a more sustainable supply chain.
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United Biscuits achieves zero waste to landfill at UK sites
United Biscuits (UB), the UK biscuit manufacturer, has announced that it has achieved zero waste to landfill across its 16 UK sites, including its UK factories, distribution centre and administrative offices.
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Three Hershey facilities gain Zero-Waste-to-Landfill status
By FBR Staff Writer
The Hershey Company, a US-based chocolate manufacturer, has announced that three of its manufacturing facilities in Pennsylvania, US, have achieved 'Zero-Waste-to-Landfill' (ZWL) status.
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Meat processing sector could reduce water use by 30%
By FBR Staff Writer
Companies involved in the red meat processing sector could save about 300 litres of water per animal annually and make significant financial savings, according Businesses stream – a leading supplier of water and waste water services to businesses across Scotland.
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Kraft Foods achieves zero waste at 36 plants
By FBR Staff Writer
American food company Kraft Foods has announced that its 36 facilities have achieved zero-waste-to-landfill status, including 24 plants in Europe and 12 facilities in North America.
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Hershey announces plans to reinforce cocoa sustainability in West Africa
By FBR Staff Writer
The Hershey Company, the US-based chocolate manufacturer, plans to invest $10m over the next five years in West Africa, in programmes to lower child labor and improve farming communities, as a part of its plan to reinforce cocoa sustainability efforts.
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