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Vegetable and Potato Processing Research center VEG-i-TEC opens its doors
October 07, 2021
A lot of water, energy and nutrition is lost during the processing of vegetables and potatoes. Scientists from Ghent University, together with partners Flanders' FOOD, Howest, VITO and Vlakwa, are therefore reviewing the processing process from A to Z in the VEG-i-TEC research center.
Frito-Lay Launches Industrially Compostable Bags with Off The Eaten Path Brand
September 23, 2021
Breakthrough Food Packaging Technology Offers Consumers a Positive Choice as part of pep+ (PepsiCo Positive) Strategic End-to-End Transformation with Sustainability at the Center
Tasteful Selections introduces 100 percent recyclable and compostable paper packaging
September 22, 2021
Tasteful Selections®, leading the bite-size potato category in innovation and sustainability is pleased to announce the limited launch of its new 100-percent plastic-free, recyclable and compostable packaging.
Launching new sweet potato line and earth-friendly packaging options for potatoes
September 18, 2021
Progressive Produce grows, packs and ships a wide variety of year-round produce, farming thousands of acres throughout North and South America.
Potatoes continue to pack a punch for Irish family enterprise
June 24, 2021
Smaller pack sizes and new packaging formats that allow potatoes to be microwaved for convenience, are among the industry trends being embraced by K&K Produce, which is based in Fingal, Co. Dublin.
Burger King® Rolls Out Green Packaging Pilot Program
June 21, 2021
BK® Tests Alternatives for Cutlery, Straws, Drink Lids, Frypods®, Whopper® Wrappers and Napkins and Expands Loop Reusables Test in Partnership with The Coca-Cola Company and Kraft Heinz.
McCain Foods Commitment will Help Limit Global Warming to 1.5°C
June 13, 2021
McCain Foods' commitment to cut in half greenhouse gas emissions across all of its global operations by the end of the decade has been verified to align with efforts to limit global warming to 1.5°C.