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Sustainability Strategies, Practices and Opinions in the Food Industry

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The 85-page research report identifies the various factors that govern the growth of the sustainable food industry. It analyzes the forces that fuel the food market and those that hamper it. Handling the biodiversity of food in terms of the usage of raw material and handling biomass waste to pursue by-product ingredient innovations are two of the major challenges the sustainable food industry faces today. Over and above this, ingredient manufacturers have to deal with numerous issues related to expenditure, processing, cleaning, and recycling, biomass management, and discovering opportunities of new by-products in the food industry. Industries across the globe have been tackling issues related to pollution and carbon emission, and the sustainable food industry is no different. Food manufacturers and vendors have to take steps to reduce the levels of water pollution as well as carbon emissions, and this is a major factor that is expected to hinder the growth of the food industry.

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Sustainable agriculture has taken the world by storm, transforming the way the food industry has been viewed. Sustainable agriculture offers a plethora of advantages in terms of public health protection, environmental preservation, upholding animal welfare, and sustaining vibrant communities. Companies within the sustainable food industry have been taking constant measures to make the most of these benefits and tackle the problem of food shortage. However, sustainable agriculture does come with its share of challenges with regard to fertilization, soil erosion, water consumption, phosphate, energy expenditure in agriculture on the whole, and land resources.

Talking about sustainability within the food industry, the research report discusses this aspect in reference to the value chain. It offers insightful analyses and recommendations related to sustainability issues, major stakeholders of the food industry, supply of sustainable raw supply, sustainable ingredients, consumer concerns, and sustainable retail. It also studies various sustainable product manufacturers in terms of ecological impact, food tracing and safety, and transparent marketing.

With the help of 23 figures, the food industry market study presents the key features of sustainable businesses, strategies, important issues, priorities, supplier issues, segmentation, and consumer rating.

Among the key ingredients companies operating within the food industry, the leading vendors include Kerry Group PLC, Ingredion Inc., Ajinomoto Co Inc., Suedzucher AG, Cargill Inc., Corbion NV (formerly CSM), DuPont Danisco A/S, Royal DSM NV, ADM Company, and Tate & Lyle PLC.

The prominent players of the food and beverages industry profiled in the research report are Mars Inc., Danone SA, PepsiCo Inc., Mondelez International Inc. (formerly Kraft Foods), Fonterra Co-op Group Ltd, Unilever NV, Coca-Cola, Nestle SA, General Mills Inc., and Campbell Soup Company.

The food industry research report also evaluates the primary stakeholder organizations, namely: EX-ACT, Rainforest Alliance, Nourish 9 Billion, Food Tank, Sustainable Agriculture Initiative Platform, Sustainable Sugarcane Initiative, Gates Foundation, Bonsucro, Behind the Brands, and Green Palm.

The market report on the sustainable food industry examines all these companies in terms of company profiles, sustainable manufacturing, awards and recognitions, partnerships, special initiatives, sustainable ingredient manufacturing, sustainable raw material/ agriculture, and other activities.

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