Asia has been experiencing the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak ahead of Europe and observing various regional challenges - such as that faced by Japan - can help identify what comes next, says data and analytics company GlobalData.
The coronavirus is upending businesses and economies around the world, and the dairy sector isn't immune. While some aspects of the industry need stability and assistance, others are able to share their wealth and give back.
On the podcast this week, we have one interview related to the cancelled Natural Products Expo West, some more interviews from the salon du fromage in Paris, and a feature on cleaning products during the coronavirus pandemic.
The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) in the US has set up a designated website for those in the dairy industry to utilize during the health crisis. It’s updating regularly with general information, work permit templates and multimedia resources.
The Trump Administration released a set of coronavirus guidelines for all Americans, with special provisions for critical infrastructure industries like food and beverage. Brands have been adapting this week to the new reality, while keeping employee...
Plant-based milk alternative brand Elmhurst 1925 had big plans for Natural Products Expo West before its postponement earlier this month. However, its oat-based single serves, lattes and creamers will still launch in the US on schedule.
Rabobank assesses how the ‘corona hangover’ will impact global dairy markets in its latest report. Demand in China is already starting to bounce back after its virus exposure seems to have peaked, while the US will suffer in the coming months as cases...
Following the worldwide success of oat drinks from Sweden, beverage company Sproud is looking to make peas the next big milk alternative protein source. After the postponement of Natural Products Expo West, it hits the North American market next month.
Following the example of its parent company Danone North America, Horizon Organic has announced a commitment to making its full supply chain carbon positive in the next five years. It will start with a $15m farmer investment.
More than six billion global products use Kezzler’s secure, traceable codes to support authentication and transparency. It believes the food industry is responsible for utilizing technology to keep supply chains safe.