Mount Franklin has announced its single-serve bottles of still Australian spring water are now made from 100% recycled plastic.
A sustainable packaging alternative to polystyrene for transporting seafood is re-usable, customisable and has a better thermal performance than polystyrene.
Aerofloat has extensive experience treating wastewater for a range of food and beverage manufacturers.
A pilot plant in Queensland is set to prove the economic viability of turning sugarcane waste into jet fuel and beer bottles.
The South Australian Government is cracking down on single-use plastic products, which could result in a ban on items such as straws, coffee cups and plastic bags.
Removal of water from biogas increases an anaerobic digestor plant's overall energy efficiency in waste food treatment facilities.
Veolia Water Technologies will supply Kraft Heinz China with a wastewater treatment solution for its new soy sauce plant in Guangdong.
A resilient food system is needed in order to ensure all people have safe and reliable access to food following both acute and longer-term crises.
The Nestlé Institute of Packaging Sciences will focus on the development of functional, safe and environmentally friendly packaging solutions.
By 2050 it is anticipated that food demand will have risen by more than 50%, with even greater increases in demand for animal-based products.
By the middle of next year, 2019, Pernod Ricard Winemakers will be sourcing all of its electricity from renewable sources.