The sustainability discussion around beef has focused mainly on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Over the past year, however, nature and biodiversity have become more prominent issues in the beef supply chain, says Rabobank.
The UK government should work more closely with farmers and agri-supply businesses on new and revised legislation, to avoid unnecessary shocks to trade, says the CEO of the Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC).
A new digital resource has been created to help companies in the animal feed supply chain better understand and address how the demand for animal protein products – and subsequently animal feed – affects the environment, including air, land, soil, water...
FEFAC and other food and feed supply chain representatives welcomed this week’s release by the European Commission of new biodiversity and farm to fork (F2F) strategies, while stressing their concerns about certain aspects of those publications.
Twelve Netherlands-based students, participating in ForFarmers’ Sustainable Business Challenge since early November, presented their final ideas on a sustainability case, linked to the circular farming model, on December 13.
Tesco, Nutreco and Grieg Seafood have become the first companies to lend their support to a new industry-led scheme aimed at helping to end soy-linked deforestation in one of Brazil’s most biodiverse regions, the Cerrado.