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Too good to throw away

More than a third of the food produced around the world globally goes to waste. Pic: ©iStock/22kay22

Innovative snack start-ups are proving there’s no reason for the world to continue wasting 1.6bn tons of food valued at almost $1 trillion yearly.

Four Campbell Soup employees are helping to put a bowl of cereal on the tables of those in need. Pic: ©iStock/DorSteffen

Breaking the fast: Campbell’s-funded start-up aims to make cereal accessible to all

Will the food industry using free-range eggs crack under the strain of EU marketing regulations? Pic: ©iStock/renzzo

Will the free-range egg industry crack under the strain of avian flu?

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

BakeryAndSnacks invites you to attend its panel debate on Product Recall at ProSweets in Cologne. Pic: ©istock/Pogonici

UN consultant joins BakeryAndSnacks Product Recall Debate

Modern Britain needs a killer bread revamp, writes BakeryandSnacks editor Vince Bamford

So, where’s Britain’s answer to Dave’s Killer Bread?

Have you got what it takes to lead a global online B2B publication in the $600bn bakery, snacks and cereals market?

Could it be you? BakeryandSnacks seeks new editor

Smoke signals: Sugar industry needs to embrace moderation (like the rest of us)

Smoke signals: Sugar industry needs to embrace moderation (like the rest of us)

A solid subscription snacking service needs to be have strength in logistics and consumer relationships - Graze.com was founded on both

Graze.com versus Nibblr: Let’s bet peanuts…

Picture Copyright: Erokism/Flickr

‘Drinkifying snacks’: PepsiCo mush or master stroke?

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