Danone North America, the purpose-driven food & beverage leader with a diverse portfolio of dairy and plant-based brands, continues to expand its regenerative farming program, currently the most comprehensive regenerative agriculture dairy program in the U.S.
Remilk, an Israel-based start-up producing identical dairy products through microbial fermentation, today announced the completion of its $11.3 million funding round. With this new capital, the company plans to rapidly expand its production and distribution capabilities, and meet global demand, for its revolutionary animal-free dairy products.
In the social dimension, LACTHOSA reached 104 social projects and benefitted 42,769 people, provided almost a million glasses of milk to feeding programs, built three school cafeterias and supported 19 schools.
November 26, 2019
LACTHOSA, Honduras, launched its first sustainability report in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards, as well as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Honduras 2030 Agenda.
Research will address constraints on water usage and environmental quality while supporting the agricultural sectors of the dairy, livestock, cropland and food processing industries and exploring solutions for long-term sustainability.
November 5, 2019
Design of what is said to be the nation’s largest research dairy begins as University of Idaho (U of I), Moscow, Idaho, secured an additional $11 million for the 540-acre Idaho Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (CAFE).
Forager Project develops a broad portfolio of organic plant-based products.
October 22, 2019
Forager Project, San Francisco, received a minority investment from Danone Manifesto Ventures, New York, to continue building its portfolio of innovative products, enhance sustainable sourcing and production, increase brand awareness and widen distribution.
Bel is also committed to an ambitious program to address continuous improvement of the nutritional profile of its recipes, sustainable farming, recyclable and/or biodegradable packaging, the fight against climate change and accessibility to its products.
October 1, 2019
The Bel Group, France, announced plans to accelerate a sustainable growth strategy, making a commitment to contribute to a positive food business model and create responsible and profitable growth.
The new funds will accelerate Nounós Creamery’s growth by allowing the brand to acquire key hires, amplify marketing support to bolster consumer awareness and increase R&D support for new product innovation.
September 12, 2019
Nounós Creamery, Southampton, N.Y., closed a funding round led by AccelFoods, New York.