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Nestlé earmarks $3.5bn to achieve net zero target by 2050
Swiss multinational food and drink processing conglomerate Nestlé is planning to invest a total of CHF3.2bn ($3.5bn) over the next five years as it targets to reduce its emission levels by 50% by 2030 and achieve net-zero by 2050.
KIND to acquire soft-baked snack bar company Nature’s Bakery
Snacks maker KIND has agreed to acquire Nature's Bakery, a family-owned better-for-you snacks company, for an undisclosed sum.
Midsona to increase meat alternatives production capacity in Spain
Swedish firm Midsona is planning to increase its plant-based meat alternatives production capacity by investing in its manufacturing unit in Castellcir in northern Spain.
Tate & Lyle acquires Sweet Green Fields to bolster sweetener portfolio
Global food and beverage ingredients manufacturer Tate & Lyle has acquired stevia solutions provider Sweet Green Fields (SGF) for an undisclosed sum.
Danish Crown to invest $321m to automate pork production
Denmark-based meat processing company Danish Crown will invest nearly kr2bn ($321.5m) for automating operations and improving its production capabilities at its factory over the coming years.
CPI and 3D Bio-Tissues to increase cellular meat production in UK
Independent technology innovation centre CPI has collaborated with 3D Bio-Tissues (3DBT) for a project, which aims to advance the cellular meat production.
McCormick concludes $800m acquisition of Cholula Hot Sauce
Spice and seasoning manufacturer McCormick has concluded the acquisition of Cholula Hot Sauce brand’s parent company from L Catterton for an $800m consideration.
Modern Meat signs deal to launch plant-based meat products in Australia
Canadian Modern Meat has signed a non-binding letter of intent (LoI) with food manufacturing company SPQR Holdings to roll out its plant-based meat alternative products in Australia.
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