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Americas: IFF to reduce GHG emissions by 30% by 2025

Under its EcoEffective+ goals, IFF has committed to reduce absolute greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30% by 2025 and encourage its suppliers to set...

Europe: ISO releases new food safety standard

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) releases the new edition of ISO 22000 on food safety management systems aimed at all organizations in the...

Americas: Build infrastructure, transfer knowledge for food safety, 3M

Each day, food safety issues gain more relevance and importance throughout Latin American countries. Meanwhile, global markets and international trade bodies are pushing standards and...

Europe: UK rolls out labeling advice on fresh produce

Apples can last two weeks longer if consumers follow new official advice recommending the fruit is kept refrigerated. New logos are to appear on...

Americas: Hanovia, Berson merge to form a company

Hanovia Limited and Berson Milieutechniek B.V., both part of Halma plc, have merged to create a new company providing ultraviolet (UV) disinfection systems. Both...

Americas: IFF joins global food initiative

IFF joins FReSH, a project of the World Business Council on Sustainable Development designed to improve the health of people and the planet by...

Europe: Kerry Group achieves certification of milk suppliers

Kerry has become the first major milk processor to achieve 100% certification of its milk suppliers in Ireland under the Sustainable Dairy Assurance Scheme. Kerry...

Americas: Avery Dennison reports progress on going green

Avery Dennison Corporation in its 2014-2016 sustainability report has reported achievements towards its 2025 sustainability goals. They include: • A reduction of location-based absolute carbon dioxide...

Europe: Henkel releases documents for compliance work

Henkel releases Food Contact Statements (FCS) for its adhesive solutions, offering detailed information on the results of Henkel’s thorough risk assessment in Europe. They...

Americas: FDA nods claim on peanut allergy

The FDA has responded to a petition for a new qualified health claim that relates to peanut allergy. The claim states "for most infants with...
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