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We believe food packaging is fundamental to improving the resilience of food systems

16-Apr-2021

It was 1906 when Alfred Henry Lewis, an American journalist and lawyer stated, “there are only nine meals between mankind and anarchy.” Since then societies have changed considerably, with over 56% of the global population living in urban areas, compared with less than 15% in 1900. As a result, ...

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Climate change is making it harder to get a good cup of coffee

16-Apr-2021

Ethiopia may produce less specialty coffee and more rather bland tasting varieties in the future. This is the result of a new study by an international team of researchers that looked at the peculiar effects climate change has on Africa's largest coffee producing nation. Their results are ...

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How we can reduce food waste and promote healthy eating

16-Apr-2021

Food waste and obesity are major problems in developed countries. They are both caused by an overabundance of food, but strategies to reduce one can inadvertently increase the other. A broader perspective can help identify ways to limit food waste while also promoting healthy nutrition, two ...

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2021 Global Food Policy Report

Lessons from COVID crisis for reducing inequities and enhancing resilience of food systems

15-Apr-2021

The severe health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have disrupted food systems and upended livelihoods. Yet pandemic responses have demonstrated the power of well-crafted policies to blunt the impact of major shocks while laying the groundwork for stronger, more resilient food ...

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Smurfit Kappa’s Bag-in-Box is first to secure Amazon’s ‘Frustration-Free Packaging’ certification

15-Apr-2021

Smurfit Kappa’s innovative three litre Bag-in-Box packagingdesign has received Amazon’s “Frustration-Free Packaging” (FFP) certification. This is a world first for a generic packaging design, applicable for a wide range of products. The company unveiled this unique Amazon FFP pre-certification ...

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Consumers are willing to pay for ecosystem services

15-Apr-2021

Many consumers are willing to pay for improved environmental quality and thus non-market values of impacts of food production on e.g. water quality, C sequestration, biodiversity, pollution, erosion or GHG emissions may even be comparable to the market value of agricultural production. ...

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The organic opportunity for carbonated soft drinks in Latin America

13-Apr-2021

In Latin America, carbonated soft drinks (CSDs) brands can use organic to reassure consumers over pesticide use and respond to their demand for natural ingredients. Organic is still underrepresented in CSDs in the region and brands should educate consumers on what the certification stands ...

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Crown Holdings, Inc. Announces Sale Of Its European Tinplate Business To KPS Capital Partners, LP

Net proceeds to be used for debt reduction, beverage can capital projects and share repurchases over time

12-Apr-2021

Crown Holdings, Inc. announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its European Tinplate business to KPS Capital Partners, LP. Crown will receive pre-tax proceeds of approximately €1.9 billion from the transaction and will retain a 20% ownership stake in the business. ...

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High-tech in the mountains

Armenian water bottler A&M Rare procures two lines from KHS

12-Apr-2021

A&M Rare’s new, ultramodern bottling plant seems almost surreal in its Armenian mountain setting. This is a place where unspoiled scenery and naturalness are writ large – with regard to both the company’s exclusive products and the production of the same. The company relies on KHS for the plant ...

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Using molecular sieves to adjust the taste of non-alcoholic beer

09-Apr-2021

Researcher Deborah Gernat has created a new method to further develop the taste of non-alcoholic beer, in collaboration with Heineken. The technique, which is based on molecular sieves, gives brewers a new tool to bring the taste of non-alcoholic beer closer to that of regular beer. The first ...

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