VitaminSea Seaweed provides a rich source of vitamins and minerals for a healthy diet
March 11, 2020
VitaminSea Seaweed sells solely Maine-harvested sea vegetables, such as: Alaria, Dulse, Kelp, Laver and Sea Lettuce. These local sea vegetables are abundant in important nutrients like fiber, iodine, potassium, vitamin A, B vitamins, and more.
The Rainforest Alliance is a global network of suppliers that works together with companies, farmers, foresters, communities, and consumers to amplify the voices of farmers and forest communities, improve livelihoods, protect biodiversity, and help people mitigate and adapt to climate change in bold and effective ways.
Coalition for Global Protein to convene the food and agriculture sector to address feeding the world’s growing population while benefiting people, animals and the planet
January 23, 2020
To mark the launch of the Coalition, Tyson Foods is convening leaders from the global protein industry, which includes all forms of protein, as well as academia, non-governmental organizations and financial institutions this week at Davos, Switzerland, alongside the 50th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.
In early October, Prepared Foods held its 37th annual New Products Conference, where themes of sustainability underpinned many of the speaker presentations. New Products Conference sessions surrounding upcycled foods, food waste and plant based foods each contained overt and tangential messages about corporate responsibility and sustainable food production.
Farmers, ag-retailers and manufacturers joined government officials, academics and NGOs at Tate & Lyle’s first Shared Impact Dinner
October 21, 2019
The event followed the landmark launch of Tate & Lyle’s sustainable agriculture program, which will enroll 1.5 million acres of US-grown corn in Land O’Lakes SUSTAIN’s sustainable agriculture program by the end of the 2019.
Kate Adams, Ferrara Candy Co., will join Randi Kronthal-Sacco, NYU Center for Sustainable Business and Larry Levin, IRI, to discuss sustainable food product development
September 5, 2019
According to research recently conducted by New York University’s Center for Sustainable Business and IRI, sustainably marketed products account for 16% of the CPG market but have driven half the market growth between 2013-2018. And the trajectory is only going to expand according to NYU’s data.