Ansa Creates Coffee Roaster That Utilizes Radio Waves

The Spoon

This new technology allows people to have the coffee beans roasted right before brewing. This new roaster, called the e23, accomplishes more than just giving people fresh-roasted coffee, it is better for the environment. Traditional coffee bean roasting methods consist of roasting the beans over gas-powered flames, which are both very energy-intensive and produces a lot of CO2.

Vegan Alternative Food Company Naturli’


Naturli’ is a leading plant-based company focused on captivating an American audience with its product’s taste and quality. The company, already having massive success in 40 different countries, expects to have continued success in the US.

BelVita Breakfast Sandwiches Recalled Due to Undeclared Peanuts

Food Safety News

Mondelez Global LLC is recalling two varieties of their belVita Sandwiches because the products may contain undeclared peanuts due to cross-contact on a manufacturing line. As of July 5, 2023, there have been three unconfirmed reports of allergic reactions.

Kraft Heinz Commits To No-Deforestation By 2025

Just Food

Kraft Heinz has developed a policy with guidance from the Accountability Framework and Science Based Target Initiatives’ aid. The company has even gone further and has said, “Beyond this, we are committed to working within our own operations and with our suppliers and business partners to achieve conversion-free practices by 2030. This includes management and reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and water consumption and maintenance and protection of biodiversity, natural habitats, water sources, and water bodies”

Sheep Cheese Recalled Due to Listeria Contamination

Food Safety News

Estancia Holdings was notified by their French supplier about the potential contamination. The product is a wheel of cheese, wrapped in clear plastic with an Ottavi dairy label on top.

Martinelli’s Apple Juice Due To Potential Glass Chips in Product

Food Safety News

60,000 units of Martinelli’s Gold Medal apple juice, due to a potential issue that may result in glass chips in the product.

Europe: Dutch Government To Approve Cultivated Meat and Seafood Tastings – Green Queen
The Netherlands will be giving cultivated meat tastings a green light, marking a significant milestone for the country that launched the category more than a decade ago.

North America: Joyful Ventures Announce $23M Fund To Support Sustainable Protein Startups – TechCrunch
US Based New Venture fund, Joyful Ventures aims to propel the transition of the colossal $1.5t global animal protein sector toward sustainable food practices.

Europe: Award Winning Beef Producer Finnebrogue Will Develop Cultivated Wagyu with Ivy Farm – Green Queen
Food industry giant Finnebrogue and foodtech startup Ivy Farm Technologies have just embarked on a world-first mission to offer cultivated Wagyu beef burgers to the British market.

New Research Outlines Blueprint for Sustainable Protein Production in Asia – Green Queen
A new study from Asia Research and Engagement (ARE) highlights the impact of animal protein production on greenhouse gas emissions across Asia’s ten largest markets.

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