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GAIA launches worldwide scientific first: environmental impact study on cultivated meat

“If you want to eat meat and do good for the environment, it is best to eat cultivated meat made with green energy”

18-Mar-2021

What is the environmental impact of 1 kilogram of cultivated meat in a commercial production scenario? That question is central to the new study by CE Delft[1], commissioned by GAIA and The Good Food Institute (GFI). When cultivated meat is produced with renewable energy, the environmental impact ...

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Antitrust: Commission opens formal investigation into possible trade restrictions by Mondelēz

02-Feb-2021

The European Commission has opened a formal antitrust investigation to assess whether Mondelēz has restricted competition in a range of national markets for chocolate, biscuits and coffee by hindering the cross-border trade of these products between EU Member States, which would be in breach of ...

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Innovative 3D food printer cuts food waste and boosts creativity in the kitchen

Foodini technology set to become a common kitchen tool in ‘’sustainable houses’’

21-Dec-2020

Barcelona-based Natural Machines developed the first kitchen appliance based on 3D printing technology, called Foodini. The Michelin-starred brothers of Cocina Hermanos Torres introduced the 3D food printer in their kitchen to prepare creative dishes that would be impossible to do by hand. It's ...

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Products with hemp extract CBD could be food

07-Dec-2020

Hemp products containing cannabidiol could in future be classified as food in the European Union. This was confirmed by a spokesperson of the EU Commission on Thursday. The background is a ruling of the European Court of Justice in November. As a result, the Commission has changed its previous ...

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Soft drinks industry continues to deliver to create healthier food environments across the EU

Reaching 14.6% reduction of added sugars in soft drinks between 2015-2019

19-Nov-2020

Europe’s soft drinks industry has reduced added sugars in its drinks across Europe by an average of 14.6% between 2015 and 2019.[1] UNESDA Soft Drinks Europe, representing soft drinks producers across the EU, is committed to creating healthier and more sustainable food environments. It is ...

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Polish biotech start-up produces zero-waste rapeseed protein in sustainability breakthrough

29-Oct-2020

Poland-based NapiFeryn BioTech’s new technology allows oilseed processing companies to recycle the material left over after pressing oil from rapeseed, turning it into a fine powdered protein. With its neutral taste and flexible structure, it represents a viable alternative to other protein ...

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The veggie burger gets to keep its name

EU Parliament rejects ban on meat names for veggie products

26-Oct-2020

It was about the veggie sausage: According to the will of the European Parliament, vegetable meat substitutes should continue to be allowed to bear designations such as "steak", "burger" or other animal-like names. The EU Parliament rejected a corresponding bill on Friday. A compromise draft, ...

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Now it's about the veggie sausage

Veggie products: EU Parliament decides on ban on labelling

23-Oct-2020

On Friday, the European Parliament will vote on a draft law that would ban the use of animal-sounding names for plant-based foods. The possibility for manufacturers to call their meat substitutes soya schnitzel or tofu burgers would be a thing of the past - but the project is viewed with ...

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The Brewers of Europe elects new President

24-Sep-2020

The Brewers of Europe has elected Mr Lasse Aho, CEO of Olvi plc, as the new President of The Brewers of Europe, succeeding Mr Pavlos Photiades. Addressing The Brewers of Europe General Assembly, Mr Aho said: “This is both an extremely proud and a very humbling moment for me, knowing that my ...

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South Africa urged to cancel alcohol prohibition quickly or risk devastating consequences

The only country in the world to have re-introduced a complete prohibition on alcohol sales in response to COVID-19

12-Aug-2020

spiritsEUROPE urges the South African government to provide a clear and reliable timeline to quickly lift the total ban on the sale of alcohol which it has imposed in response to COVID-19. The alcohol beverage sector is one of the country’s biggest employers, accounting for more than 1,000,000 ...

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