The Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), a charity working to protect the environment and human rights, has detailed what it claims is the shocking extent of illegal fishing and human trafficking by the Taiwanese fish industry.
American pig meat exporters have had to pay additional retaliatory 25% duties on products sold to mainland China, responding to the USA’s imposition of 25% and 10% duties on imported steel and aluminium.
Entries are open for NutraIngredients-Asia's first ever awards, held in recognition of the best and brightest in health and nutrition throughout the Asia Pacific region. Here are the industry experts who will form part of the judging panel.
‘Don’t talk about creating a food safety culture, do it’: That’s the advice from one of the senior leaders overseeing food safety at Walmart’s 12,000 stores, in 28 countries, with 2.3 million employees.
Japan has long been at the forefront of product development and research around healthy ageing, and two experts from the country will be sharing their insights at our Healthy Ageing APAC Summit in June.
Olam has secured a US$163m loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to develop its businesses across Vietnam, Indonesia, Timor-Leste and Papua New Guinea.
Some of Australia's biggest food and beverage manufacturers have been found wanting in their nutrition policies, with only half receiving a 'passing grade', according to a new Deakin University report.