New partnership agreement begins with a landmark production run of a product containing cultivated meat
October 21, 2021
Mission Barns cultivates its fat using a patented process to grow real animal cells without the animal. This process allows for the efficient production of meat in a far more sustainable and climate-friendly way than conventional animal agriculture.
“Shared Planet” leads Innova Market Insights’ Top Ten Trends for 2022
October 15, 2021
A sense of joint responsibility for our shared planet is guiding the choices consumers make and the lifestyles they wish to lead. Innova’s Global Lifestyle & Attitude Survey reveals that, when it comes to food choices, the top two environmental actions people are taking are reducing waste (43% of respondents) and eating in moderation (32%).
Findings highlight the permanence of sustainability-marketed products
September 28, 2021
“Despite significant price premiums, sustainability-marketed products grew far faster than conventionally branded players and had lower price sensitivity in two-thirds of categories examined,” said Randi Kronthal-Sacco, senior scholar, marketing and corporate outreach, NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business.
Indigo expanded and improved its line of marine collagen to add a tropical boost to beverages
August 25, 2021
Indigo Marine Collagen is ethically sourced from deep water wild-caught fish in the vast North Atlantic Ocean and manufactured in Nova Scotia, Canada, creating a significantly lower impact on the environment.
The company recently conducted a national survey to find out how much people know about Regenerative Organic Agriculture
August 19, 2021
Nature's Path released a limited edition Regenerative Organic Certified (ROC) Oatmeal. All the ROC oats are grown using certified ROC farming practices, on a farm owned by the company's founders in Saskatchewan, Canada.
The South Korean company has invested nearly $100 million globally over the past year in plant-based or animal-free food companies
July 30, 2021
SK Inc.'s investments are intended to accelerate the development of new food sources, such as plant-based and animal-free foods. These emerging food sources can help create more environmentally friendly methods of food production and make nutritious food options accessible to more consumers globally.
Happiness Capital leads round for food and feed company
July 29, 2021
NovoNutrients, an alternative proteins company that uses industrial carbon dioxide emissions, cheap hydrogen and naturally occurring microbes to create high-grade proteins for human and animal consumption, announced a $4.7 million raise led by Hong Kong-based global venture firm, Happiness Capital.
Hema Prado to take on role as director of sustainability to lead expansive new industry program
July 15, 2021
The American Egg Board (AEB) named Hema Prado to the newly created role of director of sustainability. Reporting to Dr. Mickey Rubin, executive director of the AEB’s Egg Nutrition Center, Prado will oversee development and administration of a comprehensive new sustainability program encompassing critical industry-level research and education initiatives with significant potential value to US egg producers and their food industry customers.