Bühler has joined the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), a global network of nearly 200 forward-thinking companies. By connecting with WBCSD, Bühler can make a real impact on global corporate sustainability and on providing the growing world population with the nourishment and mobility solutions of the future.
Mondelez International announced today a partnership with The Hatchery Chicago, a non-profit food business incubator, as it ramps up its innovation efforts to lead the future of snacking. The partnership is one of several investments the company is making as part of SnackFutures, the company’s innovation and venture hub aimed at unlocking snacking growth opportunities around the world.
Nestlé and Veolia, the world’s leading resource management company, today announced their collaboration to work on waste collection, sorting and recycling of plastic material, with a particular emphasis on flexible plastic packaging. Projects will focus on eleven priority countries across Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe.
This Holi Season, Cornitos Nacho Crisps has launched 230g Combo pack with dip as a healthy snack offering. This combo is a perfect mix of assorted Nacho Crisps flavours keeping in mind different palettes. It also has 50g Chunky Salsa dip to relish the nachos offered complimentary. It is a combo ready to get you appetising and be the party starter.
Himalayan Creamery, one of the fastest growing dairy farms in Punjab has partnered with Delhi based Dairy tech startup, Mr. Milkman to launch co-branded application for milk Subscription and delivery service in Punjab. While Mr. Milkman will wholly handle the technology aspect, Himalayan Creamery will head the logistics of the business. The partnership will operate on a revenue sharing model.
Cosmo Films, a global leader in films for flexible packaging, lamination and labelling applications as well as synthetic paper would be showcasing its speciality range of printing substrates at the upcoming International Printing Technology Exhibition of China also known as Print China scheduled to take place from April 9-13th in Dongguan city, Guangdong Province, China.
A statement released by the tea board mentioned that the daily cup of tea may soon cost more, with the shortfall in production expected to push up prices this year. The official also mentioned that the board would focus on quality and compliance with new Food Safety and Standards Authority of India norms.