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Nestlé "very concerned" over deforestation links to Wilmar palm oil

Wilmar has been sourcing illegal palm oil from plantations in critically endangered habitats, according to new findings iStock©

Nestlé says it is "very concerned" by allegations that its palm oil supplier Wilmar International has again been implicated in sourcing palm oil from the protected Leuser ecosystem in Indonesia, according to a report by the Rainforest Action Network (RAN). 

The increase in health awareness is exerting a significant influence on the US bakery sector. Pic: ©iStock/leekris

Future of US bakery and snacks driven by healthy indulgence, say analysts

Cap'n Crunch Berries beer's flavor is 'still developing', says Somerville Brewing. Pic: Mike Johnson of fest.pics

Somerville Brewing Company spoons in Cap’n Crunch cereal into latest beer recipe

Although several major food manufacturers have committed to switching to using 100% cage-free eggs, the US courts have ruled cage-free hens don't improve food safety or nutrition levels. Pic: ©iStock/ko_orn

General Mills reiterates cage-free egg commitment

Frito-Lay said it removed the "natural" label from its packaging three and half years ago. Pic: ©iStock/yalcinsonat1

Frito-Lay asks federal judge to dismiss health claims-related lawsuit

Kraft introduced its Planters brand to China last year to crack into the country's nut snack market. Pic: China Candy

Savory snacks market in China expected to reach $16.6bn by 2021, Euromonitor

PepsiCo's "guilt-free" products now account for 45% of the company's revenue.

PepsiCo profits benefit from ‘guilt-free’ snacks

Profitero said healthy nibbles won't overtake mainstream snacks during the Super Bowl season any time soon. Pic: ©iStock/gpointstudio

E-commerce snacks: PepsiCo's Lay chips crowned Super Bowl winner

Suitors are lining up to woo Weetabix owners Bright Food, says analysts. ©iStock/nicalfc

Bidding war expected for Weetabix: Barilla, Nestle, General Mills, pladis and PepsiCo in the loop

Chinese manufacturers should take inspiration from foreign salty snack brands when developing new products, says Mintel. Pic: ©iStock/michaklootwijk

Functional benefits remain white space in China’s snack market, Mintel

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