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Conagra Brands, Berry Global improves sustainability of Swiss Miss Packaging

CHICAGO and EVANSVILLE, Indiana, U.S. — Conagra Brands and Berry Global has announced a new package design for Conagra's S...

Paulig supports the EU framework on human rights, environmental due diligence

MILAN – Civil society organisation Business & Human Rights Resource Center (BHRRC) has called for joint action in bran...

Lavazza partners with WeWork to provide sustainable coffee options in the US and Canada

NEW YORK, U.S. — Lavazza is pleased to announce that it has partnered with WeWork as the flexible workspace provider's pre...

Here is how International Coffee Partners is reworking its Theory of Change

MILAN — In 2001 Löfbergs co-founded International Coffee Partners (ICP), where eight family-owned coffee companies contrib...

Japanese manufacturers and retailers   unite   to   make sustainable chocolate the norm

MILAN — The Barry Callebaut Group, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa products, hosted a...

Nespresso Canada to use new capsules made using 80% recycled aluminum

MONTREAL, Canada – Nespresso Canada is proud to announce two new sustainability initiatives that are part of the company's...

Lavazza releases its 2019 Sustainability Report outlining key achievements in SDGs

MILAN – Lavazza has released its global 2019 Sustainability Report "A Goal in Every Cup" outlining key achievements, goals...

Kundalini Coffee disruptive innovation creates the new normal in coffee roasting

MILAN – Asked to summarize Kundalini Coffee, Julia Yim President Founder and COO says, “breakthrough innovation”. Most all...

Five leading companies take a major step to share crucial coffee sustainability progress

BONN, Germany – Five leading companies have taken a major first step to share crucial coffee sustainability progress throu...

Olam: Covid-19 impacts on small-scale farmers underline the need for building resilience

LONDON, UK – While global food supply chains may be starting to heal from the COVID-19 pandemic, food and agri-business Ol...