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“Feed the Nation Foundation will provide 100 food hampers a week, which will be packed by Pick n Pay and Boxer stores and distributed directly to patients’ homes by FoodForward SA.
Salmonella is a global threat to the public, business, and health.
Boschrivier Farm uses sustainable agriculture methods to earn Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW certification for its pasture-raised pigs and laying hens
Food Lover's Market has launched its Seeds Of Change Supplier Development Partnership to create opportunities for social enterprises to join the fresh produce retailer's network as a supplier.
Miss South Africa Shudufhadzo Musida spent some time visiting SA’s fastest-growing food rescue organisation, SA Harvest. Her whirlwind tour took her to the Philippi farmlands to a farm that regularly donates surplus produce to SA Harvest, to Nyanga t
Hygiene giant Diversey has signed a global partnership agreement with Solenis, a global provider of process and water solutions. With immediate effect, Diversey will become Solenis’ new distribution partner for its complete portfolio of water and pro
VIRTO GROUP, the largest frozen vegetable company in Spain and one of the most important in Europe, has again put its trust in TOMRA. The company has updated its main plant in Azagra (Navarra) with eleven Nimbus BSI+ sorters. This frozen vegetable mi
Large food chains and vegetable exchanges in Bulgaria sell German and French potatoes as Bulgarian production and thus mislead their customers...
Following the recent announcement of its newest label, Certified Regenerative by A Greener World (AGW), the nonprofit farm certifier has selected over 50 farms to join the programme’s pilot phase.
Astratek Manufacturing Engineers is an engineering, procurement and construction company offering a range of innovative services to the food industry.
Kindly note that the National Department of Health will be relocating from its current premises at Civitas Building to a new building at 1112 Voortrekker Road, Pretoria as from 1 March 2021.
The award-winning company, The Waste Transformers, has appointed Martin Rohleder in the new role of Sales Director. This appointment is the beginning of an exciting new chapter for the rapidly expanding Netherlands-based, market-leader in small-scale
TOMRA Food, a global provider of sensors, equipment, and digital solutions for the food supply chain, joined over 200 forward-thinking companies as the newest project member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
What are guests and diners expecting post Covid-19? Find the latest trends and statistics here.
Learn more on how to support our Chefs’ mental health and wellbeing. Many aspects of our foodservice industry have been turned upside down. This webinar will help support those in hospitality with their mental health and wellbeing as we move through
The International Association for Food Protection has opened nominations for its 2021 awards and travel grants. The deadline is Feb. 16, 2021.
The International Dairy Federation (IDF) has published an update to its bulletin on the Codex General Standard for the Use of Dairy Terms, also known as the GSUDT, providing the reader with the latest information on the nature, content and possible i
The Namibia hake trawl and longline fishery has become the first fishery in Namibia, and the second in Africa, to meet the globally recognised standard for sustainable fishing set by the MSC
Best in class food safety pasteurisation equipment has arrived in South Africa
SA plastics industry invited to participate in creating a vibrant future.
Flagship programme supports parents and caregivers to help make better food choices for their children.
Following its successful launch last year by TOMRA Sorting Recycling, TOMRA Insight is now also being made available to TOMRA Mining customers, TOMRA Food and Compac, part of the TOMRA Food family. For all these industries, the platform is enhanced b
On 3 November 2020, the Foundation FSSC 22000 published Version 5.1 of its FSSC 22000 certification Scheme.
Dutch brewer Bavaria recently announced its much-loved Bavaria 0.0% malt beverages are now available in an affordable 500ml can.
—Eddie’s Eggs uses sustainable agriculture methods to earn Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW and Certified Non-GMO by AGW certifications for its pasture-raised laying hens.
Beyond versatility, potatoes also meet two of the eleven dietary guidelines but taste and convenience also affirms potatoes as one of South Africa’s most loved staples, with a third of all potatoes produced found in the informal market.
The collection and disposal of hazardous waste is a critical focus area that requires greater self-regulation by the industry, increased vigilance and insistence on the use of certified containers by authorities.
Dear Reader, welcome to CFA News #54. With COVID19 still dominating our lives we continue to work with Government, our members and the wider food supply and distribution chain to assure...
Food insecurity is a reality for many South Africans with nearly half of the nation’s households living under the poverty line. Now more than ever before, our food systems must be sustainable, stronger and resilient to shocks.
Agriculture and food production does not happen in isolation, and to maximise food production and address world hunger, stakeholders across a broad value chain have to start working more collaboratively and sustainably.
On 16 October, the world unites in recognition of World Food Day which each year highlights the UN goal of achieving #zerohunger by 2030. Over the past six months Woolworths, together with its customers and partners has donated over 1.5 million meals
Not only does hand drying remove moisture from our hands, it also causes friction. This friction further reduces the microbial load and the transfer of germs.
Compac, part of the TOMRA Food family, launches the most advanced sorting platform in the industry: the TOMRA 5S Advanced. It builds on the class-leading performance of the Compac Multi Lane Sorter.
The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted organisations across Africa to invest in distilling facilities for the first time, and prompted existing distillers and brewers to innovate and diversify.
Independent research has found New Zealand’s sheep and beef farms are already close to being carbon neutral and strengthens calls for the formal recognition of on-farm sequestration.
The food relief group was formed during the lockdown in response to the humanitarian crisis brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. Chefs with Compassion is a collaboration between organisations, restaurants and chefs to reduce food waste and create
Despite COVID-19, which is estimated to have cost CEL BWP190m in revenue, CEL managed to increase its revenue by one percent to BWP5,421 million, increased gross profit by three percent to BWP1,253 million and raised its gross margin from 22,7 percen
The country’s largest provider of heart disease medication warns people to cut back on salt as it could have a destructive impact on their cardiovascular system.
The Fry Family Food Co., have gone beyond the impossible with their most important innovation to date, The Big Fry Burger. The 100% plant-based burger has 20g of protein and looks, sizzles and tastes just like a ground beef burger.
Brambles, the global supply chain solutions company operating in nearly 60 countries through the CHEP brand, is not just a thought leader but also sets a benchmark when it comes to sustainability in business.
Diversey - the leading global hygiene and cleaning company – has applied its acknowledged expertise in the Food and Beverage (F&B) sector to provide key safety advice designed to protect against airborne...
The CSIR is collaborating with Mobile Agricultural Skills and Development Training (MASDT), a non-profit company that assists small and medium enterprises in the agricultural sector, to introduce an accessible and affordable mobile food safety testin
Exhibition organiser Messe Muenchen South Africa have issued a call for papers, seeking expert industry speakers for food & drink technology Africa, the premier trade fair for food, beverage, and packaging in Southern Africa
Wastewater reuse presents a sustainable solution to support food security amid looming water shortages, but the cost of the necessary infrastructure means it is not being widely adopted in South Africa.
The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) today announced the provision of R66 million to AgriSETA, to train 400 EPWP participants to become Artisans.
The fresh produce industry has a golden opportunity to increase the focus on health as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic.
DiMuto, a tech-based trade solutions platform, has secured a deal with the Jupiter Group, a leading global fresh produce company, to deploy blockchain traceability for their produce.
The Safe Quality Food Institute (SQFI), a division of FMI – The FoodSQF Global Website Logo 250x250 Color Industry Association, today announces a new event, SQF Global, which aims to unite the worldwide food safety community. The event will be held i
Diverseyis manufacturing hand sanitizer in a partnership with the South African Breweries (SAB), a proud member of the ABInbev family, to help local efforts in combatting the spread of SARS-CoV-19.
The annual Fresh Connections: Southern Africa Conference hosted by the Produce Marketing Association (PMA) will take place on 18-20 August 2020 as a virtual conference with free registration.
Iberchem Group To Expand Activity In Africa With The Creation Of Iberchem South Africa
New premises, with Customer Experience Center and Regional Training Hub, will strengthen the customer support provided across Latin America by TOMRA Food, Compac, and BBC Technologies
Franchising has at its heart the spirit of entrepreneurship but amidst the Covid-19 pandemic that has resulted in immeasurable destruction of small businesses, the question remains whether the entrepreneurial flame can be re-ignited for future growth
New distribution agreement signed between Ecolab and Bidfood in South Africa to enable broader local market access to Ecolab food safety and infection prevention portfolio.
How to be budget savvy with your grocery list without compromising on nutritional value.
Germany takes the next step: monetary gift for South Africa students in Germany...
L.E.K. Consulting Expects Swaths of the Opportunity Revealed in Earlier 2020 Study to Remain for Packaging Suppliers.
The University of Pretoria (UP), in partnership with the University of Leeds and the Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN), has been awarded a grant of £2 million (R43 million) to set up a Food Systems Research Net
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced mindset changes and innovation that could improve local food and beverage businesses, and could even catalyse innovation and growth in future. This is according to exhibitors and experts on the advisory board of food
The relaxation of rules under level 3 of the lockdown regulations allowing for more economic activity comes amid a continuing job's bloodbath. Several large South African corporates including SAA, Edcon, SABC and Cell C among others have recently ann
TOMRA Food has published an eBook to help potato fresh packers tackleoperational challenges intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic. The 19-page publication, downloadable free-of-charge from the company’s website, offers information and advice ...
With seven decades of modernising equipment solutions, the company continues to advance the food, pharmaceutical and multiple additional industries. Heat and Control takes pride in the machinery they manufacture and the customers they serve...
IFAT Africa, the leading trade fair for water, sewage, refuse and recycling in Southern Africa, has announced a new highlight to be launched at the 2021 trade show – Powered by IFAT, a focused renewable Energy Pavilion, supported by Renewable Energy
RAGO Group is one of the leading Italian producers of washed, packaged and ready-to-eat (fourth range) salad, and the second biggest exporter of rocket in Europe.
There are many myths and misconceptions around food and diet. The SASDT is hosting a webinar where they will explore some of the key reason why people cling to these beliefs, and why their minds are so hard to change.
In a surprise announcement, the Department of Trade & Competition (dtic) notified the Franchise Association of South Africa (FASA) that it was asking for comments on the discussion document relating to the publication of the Franchise Association of
We must look beyond the underlying economic problems faced by South Africa for the opportunities generated by a growing urbanised population. Professor Philippe Burger, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Poverty, Inequality and Economic Development at the Unive
South Africans tracking the country’s Covid-19 infection map now have another, more positive and hopeful, chart to plot. And the faster the rise in “cases” on this map, the better.
Eskort is responding to the COVID crisis with a sense of community that is ingrained in its DNA. In line with its corporate social responsibility initiatives, the processed pork products brand is donating over R1 million worth of food parcels
South African consumers are leading the world in consumer activism to protect our oceans and the seafood we all love. Choosing seafood with the blue MSC label is just one easy way to take action for our oceans this World Oceans Day...
Today is the World Food Safety Day. The United Nations has declared 7th June and the World Food Safety Day, to strengthen global efforts to ensure food safety under the theme that Food Safety everyone’s business.
Brazzaville, 28 May 2020 – Three months after the first case of COVID-19 was detected in sub-Saharan Africa, the region has made progress in tackling the virus. Many countries implemented lockdowns and key public health measures early and these appea
OMRA Food has published an eBook to help nut processors tackle underlying operational challenges, which are now intensifying because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a result of the ongoing uncertainty facing the world in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the continued ban on gatherings of large numbers of people in South Africa, the organising committee of the SAPCA Cleantex® 2020 Summit deemed the postp
Produce Marketing Association (PMA) has hired Lianne Jones, a produce and floral industry veteran with extensive global experience, as the new Country Manager for PMA in South Africa. Jones’s background includes nearly 20 years of...
The softest rolls, smothered in a variety of garnishes, dripping with sauce or simply all extras removed for the traditional taste, burgers continue to be a firm favourite for South Africans. Now, Uber Eats has compiled the list of the nation’s favou
Optical sorting machines now benefit the renderers of animal food production by-products.TOMRA Food has begun offering its optical sorting technologies to renderers who turn the by-products from animal food production into petfood ingredients. This n
Force majeure can be defined as any unforeseeable act of God, act of government or any act that is out of your direct control that makes it impossible for one to fulfil a contractual agreement...
The rise in health consciousness amongst consumers has amplified the demand for protein blends. But products with protein blends have been viewed by consumers as less palatable. Hence, key market players in the protein blend market have been launchin
Analytica Lab Africa exhibitor Eins-Sci, an international company specialising in laboratory equipment, has compiled a complete SARS-CoV-2 (2019-nCoV) Testing Laboratory Solution including all the equipment and the quantities required to set up the l
Today, on World Bee Day, Forestry South Africa (FSA) joins a global movement to acknowledge the important ecological role of bees and look for solutions to help curb their dramatic global decline.
With the world changing rapidly, it has become even more important than ever to beat winter’s unavoidable colds and flu symptoms thereby ensuring that you remain at optimum health!
During these times of pandemic, the German government is offering financial support for South African students. Due to Covid-19, many students have lost their jobs which allowed them to finance their stay in Germany...
Three trade shows across interconnected value chains for food, drink, water, waste and analytics. The future of South Africa’s key industry sectors – including food & drink, water, sewage and waste treatment – rest heavily on science, and never more
The National Department of Health is pleased to announce Dr Sandile Buthelezi as its incoming Director-General.A seasoned expert in health governance, policy and programme management with more than...
Restaurants and fast food chains are increasingly relying on polystyrene packaging to keep their food hot, hygienic and fresh now that the sale of hot food for home delivery is permitted under Level 4 restrictions.
Listed producers of animal-free products are thriving in spite of the corona crisis. Beyond Meat share prices have increased by around 156% since 18th March. A new infographic from Kryptoszene.de shows that shares in other industry leaders have also
As businesses begin reopening and operating during the various levels of lockdown, there will be a requirement and obligation on these businesses to prove that there is a system in place to manage the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development, Ms. Thoko Didiza, MP would like to announce the outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF) at Amathole District Municipality in Eastern Cape.
In PMA South Africa's PMA Talks event on 5 May, panellists from ZZ2, African Green Alpha and the Agricultural Produce Agents Council (APAC) came together to share their thoughts on how Covid-19 challenges will impact talent and labour needs and pract
Packaged food has become widely popular these days because of consumers' busy lifestyles. Hence it has become a priority for the producers to develop food items that have better shelf life, creating demand for good preservatives in the market.
Providing meals for dozens of retirement villages and aged care facilities across South Africa, Fedics remains committed to providing nutritious, age-appropriate meals to the elderly throughout the national COVID-19 lockdown
Beer producers are racing to secure all available CO2 to ensure continued output levels, as the production of Ethanol – a key aspect of petrol production – has fallen sharply due to the ongoing lockdown and subsequent lack of demand for fuel.
South Africa’s liquor industry, particularly craft distillers and brewers, have been hard hit by the protracted lockdown and ban on the sale of alcohol, with fears that many may not be able to survive.
PepsiCo South Africa today unveiled a R12-million initiative to provide meals to vulnerable South Africans amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
The franchise industry in South Africa generates approximately R734 billion to the economy, according to the Sanlam Franchise Survey conducted in 2019. Furthermore approximately 500 000 employees enjoy permanent employment nationwide in its 48 000 fr
Proudly South African company Denny Mushrooms is doing their part in the COVID-19 crisis by playing a role in social responsibility through its Add Goodness project.
TOMRA Food is taking further action to ensure business continuity while protecting its employees’ and customers’ health with the introduction of Virtual Demonstration Centers to provide interactive demonstrations at this time of limited contact.
The Consumer Goods Council Food Safety Initiative shares some advise for food businesses during the COVID19 Pandemic.
Fedics is providing meals for dozens of retirement villages and aged care facilities across South Africa, they remain committed to providing nutritious, age-appropriate meals to the elderly throughout the national COVID-19 lockdown
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