Consumers are increasingly interested in where their food comes from, both for ethical and safety reasons. Traceability is a major reason why shoppers, especially Millennials, purchase the brands they do. If they could, many people would like to know every last detail about how their food was made, down to the name of the farmer who picked their produce. (Or the name of their specific chicken,
Many trends have been predicted for 2018, and a good amount of them have something to do with sustainability. Analysts have predicted everything from reducing food waste to increasing sustainable fishing to plant-based foods as the top trends in the coming year. While I agree that those are all likely to be hot topics, another aspect of corporate sustainability has seemed to fly under the radar in recent years: circularity.read more
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