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  • May’s top news stories

    Barry Callebaut has officially launched its fourth type of chocolate in the US and Canada, and Maple Leaf Foods secured a C$2bn ($1.48bn) credit facility. Foodprocessing-technology.com wraps up the key...

  • April’s top news stories

    Nestlé is all set to launch its 100% plant-based burgers in Europe and the US, and Bubs Australia has entered into a conditional agreement to acquire Melbourne-based infant formula producer...

  • March’s top news stories

    Cargill’s European cocoa business made plans to acquire Belgium-based chocolate and sweets decorations supplier Smet, and Beneo opened a vegetable protein production plant. Foodprocessing-technology.com wraps up the key news stories...

  • February’s top news stories

    Export Development Canada has announced its investment in P&P Optica, and General Mills is set to close its yoghurt manufacturing facility in Carson, California. Foodprocessing-technology.com wraps-up key news stories from...

  • Keeping it fresh: fighting against food waste

    As sustainability efforts continue across consumer industries, one area somewhat overlooked in favour of anti-plastic initiatives is food waste. We talk to Simon Lee, co-founder of It’s Fresh!, about food...

  • Going to waste: making the most of fruit

    Waste is a problem across the food industry but there are innovations being made to alleviate the problem in at least one area: fruit. From wonky fruit to shelf-life extending...

  • January’s top news stories

    Public Health England (PHE) has launched a Change4Life campaign in the UK, and Japan has announced its plans to end the ban on UK beef and lamb products. Foodprocessing-technology.com wraps-up...

  • November’s top news stories

    London Mayor confirmed a ban of junk food advertising on TfL network, and FrieslandCampina is exploring possibilities to close its mozzarella production facility in Belgium. Foodprocessing-technology.com wraps-up key news stories...

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