• Copenhagen – Holding the Industry to Account

    Copenhagen may not have been all environmentalists and governments had hoped for, but as Gareth Evans points out, it offered a chance for the food processing industry to investigate how...

  • A Taste of Things to Come

    Sustainable, cheap, labelled and unbranded – the jury is still out on what consumers will demand in 2010, writes Gareth Evans.

  • Obama and Global Security

    Politicians such as Barack Obama will discuss climate change this week. But are we really debating resource distribution? By Gareth Evans.

  • Good Enough to Eat

    With concerns over bacterial infection more prevalent than ever, food packaging firms need to come up with new solutions. Dr Gareth Evans looks at how cardboard candy and tasty tetrapacks...

  • Simulating the Supply Chain

    Spreadsheets, business intelligence and analytics programmes are old news in manufacturing. Companies wanting to see more ROI are turning to supply chain simulation. Darren Baguley finds out how.

  • Virtual Savings with IT in Food

    From better efficiency to lower costs, virtualisation is changing the outlook of IT's role in food processing. Gareth Evans finds out how.

  • Food Cartons’ Green Glow

    The environmental angle is being used as a selling point of food items to conscientious consumers and food producers. Joanne Hunter looks at how the carton industry is promoting itself...