New research finds that the younger consumer base of nutraceuticals is insistent on sustainable packaging.
#3. Interest in environmental responsibility Rising concerns regarding environment and long-term effects of using certain packaging materials has made the market manufacturers more cautious. Growing adoption of Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) and sustainable living are influencing consumer choices when
Rebecca Milliken is one of the speakers expected to stir up some lively debate from the 18-35 year old farmers and agribusiness people at GrainGrowers’ Innovation Generation conference in Wagga Wagga from 9-11 July. https://www.graincentral.com/people-on-the-move/young-ag-leader-to-push-barriers-at-innovation-generation/
At Engonnia, a one horse, one pub town in far western New South Wales, the locals are learning to keep their heads down. It's bush tomato season. Harvest begins in late autumn and continues throughout winter unless halted by a severe
Instead of traditional burgers, ice cream cones, chips and soda, backyard barbecues this summer may include sriracha jackfruit, low-calorie ice cream, chili lime chips and tangerine sparkling water. Mintel has used its global new products database to compile its 2018 Summer
From fortification to free-from, there are five key trends shaping demand for new products suitable for Asia’s rapidly ageing population, our first Healthy Ageing APAC Summit in Singapore has heard. https://www.foodnavigator-asia.com/Article/2018/06/13/Healthy-Ageing-innovation-Five-key-consumer-trends-driving-market-growth-in-APAC
How tackling fertilizer waste on farms led to a new pollution solution. A new generation of tech-savvy, data-hungry young farmers have reinvented large-scale agriculture. By analyzing data gathered from sensors, cameras and satellites, today’s farmers are able to track crop health,