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Latest Episodes

‘Cocoa Life has not been setup as a marketing tool,’ says Mondelēz International

Mondelēz International’s Cocoa Life sustainability program aims to strengthen the company’s supply chain and the Cadbury maker’s on-pack claims are only to signal brands contain sustainable cocoa, says Cathy Pieters, the director of the program.

28 MINOCT 3
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‘Cocoa Life has not been setup as a marketing tool,’ says Mondelēz International

Coffee child labour: Under-researched and ‘undetected’

Thousands of child labourers work in coffee, but the true levels remain under-researched. Lumina Intelligence speaks to the Sustainable Coffee Challenge about the worst forms of child labour.

24 MINAUG 13
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Coffee child labour: Under-researched and ‘undetected’

Sustainable cocoa defined: What will be the impact of the ISO standard?

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard on sustainable cocoa will help mainstream ethical cocoa, says the chair of the standard, while an NGO worries uptake will be limited.

32 MINJUL 18
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Sustainable cocoa defined: What will be the impact of the ISO standard?

Dairy Dialog podcast 39: Arla Foods, TOP SAFE and Milkadamia

This week’s Dairy Dialog podcast sees us discussing alternative energy, in the form of cow manure, with Arla Foods’ Swedish market head, Patrik Hansson, and Erik Bratthall, Head of Press.

34 MINJUL 5
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Dairy Dialog podcast 39: Arla Foods, TOP SAFE and Milkadamia

Are palm oil boycotts ‘marketing tricks’?

The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) argues palm oil boycotts pave the way for unsustainable alternatives, but Greenpeace says that if the palm industry operates as usual, brands are left with little choice.

27 MINJUN 26
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Are palm oil boycotts ‘marketing tricks’?

What do farmers and the ICCO think of Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire’s minimum cocoa price?

The World Cocoa Farmers Organization (WCFO) is asking Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire to reconsider setting a minimum cocoa price, while the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) is suprised the price was not higher.

22 MINJUN 19
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What do farmers and the ICCO think of Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire’s minimum cocoa price?

Cocoa deforestation: What about farms outside sustainability programmes?

Rick Scobey, the president of the World Cocoa Foundation (WCF), outlines how cocoa outside sustainability programmes can be deforestation-free and what happens to farmers encroaching on protected areas.

33 MINAPR 30
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Cocoa deforestation: What about farms outside sustainability programmes?

Good things come in small packages: The growth of smaller packaging formats

There’s a trend towards smaller pack sizes in the soft drinks industry, offering more choice for consumers and opening up new avenues of innovation for packaging companies. In this podcast we take a look at a big shift towards small packs.

6 MIN2018 NOV 26
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Good things come in small packages: The growth of smaller packaging formats

LISTEN NOW: Sports nutrition deals, seaweed start-up innovation ... and 'the Google of the gut'? - The Nutra News Review

It's not easy to keep up with the fast pace of the news, but the weekly Nutra News Review is your best shot. Our editors run down their weekly news highlights - giving you the inside track on the top news and analysis from the last seven days.

9 MIN2018 NOV 17
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LISTEN NOW: Sports nutrition deals, seaweed start-up innovation ... and 'the Google of the gut'? - The Nutra News Review

Power & politics in cocoa: Are chocolate’s colonial roots moulding sustainability?

The European and US chocolate industry holds power in cocoa and is able to set the agenda for sustainability on its terms, says Dr. Kristy Leissle.

20 MIN2018 JUN 28
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Power & politics in cocoa: Are chocolate’s colonial roots moulding sustainability?

Latest Episodes

‘Cocoa Life has not been setup as a marketing tool,’ says Mondelēz International

Mondelēz International’s Cocoa Life sustainability program aims to strengthen the company’s supply chain and the Cadbury maker’s on-pack claims are only to signal brands contain sustainable cocoa, says Cathy Pieters, the director of the program.

28 MINOCT 3
Comments
‘Cocoa Life has not been setup as a marketing tool,’ says Mondelēz International

Coffee child labour: Under-researched and ‘undetected’

Thousands of child labourers work in coffee, but the true levels remain under-researched. Lumina Intelligence speaks to the Sustainable Coffee Challenge about the worst forms of child labour.

24 MINAUG 13
Comments
Coffee child labour: Under-researched and ‘undetected’

Sustainable cocoa defined: What will be the impact of the ISO standard?

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard on sustainable cocoa will help mainstream ethical cocoa, says the chair of the standard, while an NGO worries uptake will be limited.

32 MINJUL 18
Comments
Sustainable cocoa defined: What will be the impact of the ISO standard?

Dairy Dialog podcast 39: Arla Foods, TOP SAFE and Milkadamia

This week’s Dairy Dialog podcast sees us discussing alternative energy, in the form of cow manure, with Arla Foods’ Swedish market head, Patrik Hansson, and Erik Bratthall, Head of Press.

34 MINJUL 5
Comments
Dairy Dialog podcast 39: Arla Foods, TOP SAFE and Milkadamia

Are palm oil boycotts ‘marketing tricks’?

The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) argues palm oil boycotts pave the way for unsustainable alternatives, but Greenpeace says that if the palm industry operates as usual, brands are left with little choice.

27 MINJUN 26
Comments
Are palm oil boycotts ‘marketing tricks’?

What do farmers and the ICCO think of Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire’s minimum cocoa price?

The World Cocoa Farmers Organization (WCFO) is asking Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire to reconsider setting a minimum cocoa price, while the International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) is suprised the price was not higher.

22 MINJUN 19
Comments
What do farmers and the ICCO think of Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire’s minimum cocoa price?

Cocoa deforestation: What about farms outside sustainability programmes?

Rick Scobey, the president of the World Cocoa Foundation (WCF), outlines how cocoa outside sustainability programmes can be deforestation-free and what happens to farmers encroaching on protected areas.

33 MINAPR 30
Comments
Cocoa deforestation: What about farms outside sustainability programmes?

Good things come in small packages: The growth of smaller packaging formats

There’s a trend towards smaller pack sizes in the soft drinks industry, offering more choice for consumers and opening up new avenues of innovation for packaging companies. In this podcast we take a look at a big shift towards small packs.

6 MIN2018 NOV 26
Comments
Good things come in small packages: The growth of smaller packaging formats

LISTEN NOW: Sports nutrition deals, seaweed start-up innovation ... and 'the Google of the gut'? - The Nutra News Review

It's not easy to keep up with the fast pace of the news, but the weekly Nutra News Review is your best shot. Our editors run down their weekly news highlights - giving you the inside track on the top news and analysis from the last seven days.

9 MIN2018 NOV 17
Comments
LISTEN NOW: Sports nutrition deals, seaweed start-up innovation ... and 'the Google of the gut'? - The Nutra News Review

Power & politics in cocoa: Are chocolate’s colonial roots moulding sustainability?

The European and US chocolate industry holds power in cocoa and is able to set the agenda for sustainability on its terms, says Dr. Kristy Leissle.

20 MIN2018 JUN 28
Comments
Power & politics in cocoa: Are chocolate’s colonial roots moulding sustainability?
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