These days, there’s a lot of incentive for businesses to operate in an eco-friendly and sustainable way. It really is a win-win: your business stays aligned with changing regulations, your reputation is strengthened, and your bottom line is improved.
For any company interested in long-term success, the motivation is there in spades. That said, setting unrealistic sustainability goals can lead to missed targets, decreased morale and diminishing efforts.
McCain’s Ballarat plant will reduce CO2 emissions by 27,100 tonnes per year.
Sept. 21, 2020 /3BL Media/ McCain Foods Australia has announced it has commenced construction on a renewable energy system that will reduce emissions from its Ballarat food processing facility by more than 27,000 tonnes of CO2 per year.
The project, which will house Australia’s largest “behind-the-meter” renewable energy system, will subsidise McCain’s energy consumption in Ballarat by 39 per cent.
by Charlie Ross, Chief Business Officer of EverGrain Ingredients
Among food and beverage brands, interest in barley is growing due to label-friendliness with consumers and versatility across many categories. Furthermore, barley has a strong sustainability story that can provide a genuine position that appeals to many consumers. For these and other reasons, brands are turning to barley to expand their portfolios with applications that appeal to the health-minded and environmentally conscious consumer.
The plant-based food market sees a demand surge as consumers seek out new and novel products. Producers are partnering with firms like CRB to design and build research and production facilities that will adapt and grow as the segment’s products evolve.
In 2020, Earth Overshoot Day was more than 3 weeks later than last year. This shows we can still reverse the trend and transform the current crisis into an opportunity to reshape our economy and become more resilient, frugal and digital.
Helping customers reduce their ecological footprint:
Relaxing Floors collaborators will offer another perspective on biophilic concepts
CALHOUN, Ga. September 8, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Next week Mohawk Group will host the latest presentation in its Resourceful CEU series and debut an accredited session that showcases an emerging body of work in the realm of biophilic design. “Fractal Fluency in the Built Environment” will focus on the intersection of science, design and art, and the concepts behind a stress-reductive approach to commercial spaces. The hour-long course will be offered on Wednesday, Sept. 16, at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. EST to accommodate guests tuning in across different time zones.