Nestlé USA CEO shares what food companies need to prioritize in 2017 and how Nestlé plans to lead the way
Some things about food never change―it can bring people together to share a meal, satisfy cravings and nourish our bodies and souls. Other things, like the enormous popularity of gelatin salads in the 1930s, have their moment at the table and depart into culinary obscurity.
Today, we’re on the cusp of a changing food system. We’ll need to feed more people around the world than ever before. At the same time, we’re finding more personalized and customized nutrition options for unique health needs and tastes, along with addressing broadly shifting consumer preferences.
New digital platform explores how we cultivate, consume and think about food
DENTON, Texas, November 10, 2016 /3BL Media/ — All over the world, new ideas are changing mankind’s relationship with food. From the Svalbard Global Seed Vault to the “ugly food movement,” ideas big and small are making an impact. To uncover such stories, Tetra Pak® has launched a new digital platform, Groundwork.
“I defy you to agitate any fellow with a full stomach,” wrote the English writer William Cobbett. While a full stomach feels good, what is less clear is how much food we need to eat to reach this state, given that people still eat when they feel satisfied. What is a ‘portion’ or a serving? It is an unspecified amount of food that someone decides you should eat. Who is this ‘someone’?
A year after opening, Sodexo employees have optimized the innovative greenhouse to grow even more crops, while significantly reducing water use and growth time
GAITHERSBURG, Md., September 14, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Sodexo, world leader in quality of life services, recognized its dining sustainability team at Gonzaga University for celebrating the one-year anniversary of the John J. Hemmingson Center Gonzaga Greenhouse. The team worked to successfully increase crop yields using a greenhouse design that recycles and consumes one-tenth the water of traditional farming.