Nestlé inaugurates agricultural sciences institute
Nestlé has inaugurated the Institute of Agricultural Sciences to help advance sustainable food systems by delivering science-based solutions in agriculture.
IMA Coffee launches the SYNKRO high-speed capsule filling and sealing machine
IMA Coffee unveils its new SYNKRO, high-speed capsule filling and sealing machine at Interpack.
JDE Peet’s to combine Out-of-Home and CPG Europe segments
JDE Peet’s announced it is combining its Out-Of-Home and CPG Europe divisions, into one European segment.
Löfbergs partners with Amcor to launch recyclable coffee packaging
Amcor, producing responsible packaging solutions, in collaboration with Löfbergs, a Swedish coffee roaster, have launched a mono-material coffee packaging, suited for both chemical and mechanical recycling.
As consumption continues to rise, the ICO expects another year of supply deficit
With global green bean exports falling 20.23% to 7.94 million bags in February, the ICO sees another year of supply deficit, with a shortfall of 7.3 million bags for CY 2022/23.
Focus on sustainability in packaging intensifies
Brand owners embrace environmentally friendly materials and practices. By Jorge Izquierdo
Suki Tea invests in purpose-built Lisburn facility
Northern Ireland tea maker, Suki Tea, has made a £500,000 investment into a new headquarters and factory in Lisburn.
Top five European beverage trends revealed in Finlays’ research
Finlays has carried out proprietary new research showing the fundamental shifts in consumer drinking habits post-COVID, and which mega trends have survived the turbulence of the last few years.
Eastern Europe is becoming a major market for decaf
Decaf coffee’s popularity is rising in European markets where there is a significant consumption of caffeinated beverages and where consumers are paying more attention to health and wellbeing.
Löfbergs expands its UK availability with new flavour
Swedish-based coffee brand, Löfbergs, is launching a new flavour Fika Dark Roast Ground Coffee in the UK, which will be available in Tesco.
Understanding the impact of the EUDR on businesses
The European Union (EU) has proposed legislation to prevent companies from selling items such as coffee, cocoa, beef, soy and other commodities linked to deforestation around the world into the EU market.
Bringing black tea back into the spotlight
Although black tea dominates production in the global tea industry, consumption has been declining, however, it is essential for the health and sustainability of the global tea industry to have black tea consumption thrive once again.
Metropolis Coffee: reconciling sustainability and convenience in specialty coffee
Metropolis Coffee believes specialty single serve coffee should be accessible as well as sustainable. As such, it has brought the filling and packing of its own compostable capsules in-house and will co-pack for others.
Demand for energy-saving roasters grows as energy crisis deepens
Increased consumer awareness regarding sustainability combined with rising energy costs and global conflicts and economic challenges are fuelling the demand for more energy-saving and efficient roasting machines.