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Is China Ready for a Vegan Fashion Revolution?

16 June 2021 By Gemma A. Williams

What Happened: Veshin has launched a sustainable fashion factory in China’s manufacturing district of Guangzhou. It will specialize in luxury bags and accessories made only from vegan materials, such as leathers derived from cactus, pineapple, apple and mycelium, the vegetative part of fungus.

Post-pandemic look: Hygiene standards, at-home experiences and vegan trend will form the future of China and India’s F&B industry

14 June 2021 By Guan Yu Lim 

This is according to a study by researchers from the two countries whoe explored the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the food supply chain and recovery efforts.

The path forward for sustainability in European grocery retail

14 June 2021

By Sebastian Gatzer and Daniel Roos

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Though grocers have focused on product safety and hygiene during the pandemic, sustainability remains a key priority for consumers and grocery CEOs alike. Now, grocers should focus on how to deliver against their commitments and empower consumers to make sustainable choices.

China’s wine imports slide in January-April period

31 May 2021 BY NATALIE WANG

China’s wine imports in the first four months of the year failed to grow and dipped further in both volume and value even on a low base of comparison from last year, signaling the country’s wine market recovery will be a daunting task until consumer spending fully bounces back.

CollaBrands: Ferrari’s Partnerships in Food and Fashion Fuel a Luxury Lifestyle Expansion

11 Jun 2021 By Steven Ekstract

Ferrari is one of the world’s most recognized brand names, so it is no wonder that the company is working with some of Italy’s leading creative talents to expand into a fully developed lifestyle brand that will include premium apparel, accessories, and fine dining — all natural extensions for fans of its sportscars.

Global beverage alcohol volumes predicted to rise 3% in 2021: IWSR

03 Jun 2021 By Rachel Arthur 

Global beverage alcohol is showing positive signs of recovery: expected to grow 2.9% in volume by the end of 2021; and return to pre-pandemic levels by 2023

Campbell Soup sells Danish cookie business to focus on snacks

17 Jul 2019 By Gill Hyslop 

Campbell Soup Company is offloading Kelsen Group to an affiliate of Italian confectionary manufacturer Ferrero for $300m.

Chilean wine exports to China up by 40%

14 MAY 2021 BY NATALIE WANG

Chilean wine exports to China surged in the first quarter of the year as merchants look to the South American country for Australian wine substitutes.

In focus: how sparkling wine has fared during the pandemic

14 MAY 2021 By Patrick Schmitt

Given that sparkling wines are often thought of as celebratory drinks, 2020, the year of Covid-19, was a tough time. Here, Patrick Schmitt MW looks at the sector, and finds reasons for optimism this year.

Resveratrol in red wine could help to treat endometriosis

09 April  By Lucy Shaw

Researches at the Iran University of Medical Sciences have found that the anti-inflammatory properties of resveratrol in red wine could help to treat endometriosis.

Asian buyers account for 65% of global wine & spirits sales

06 April BY NATALIE WANG

Deep-pocketed Asian buyers now make up 65% of the total wine and spirits buyers in the world in 2020, based on Sotheby’s newly released 2020 Wine & Spirits Market Report.

Six glasses of wine a week linked to lower risk of cataracts, scientists say

31 March, 2021  By Christian Smith

Drinking six glasses of wine a week is linked to a lower risk of cataracts, according to a new scientific study of people who drank up to 14 units a week.

Infant formula standards: Experts issue NPD advice as China releases new requirements on calories, protein, micronutrients

30 March, 2021 By Tingmin Koe 

China authorities have introduced new requirements on calories, protein, carbohydrates, and micronutrient levels permitted in infant and toddler formulas, sparking industry experts to recommend that all NPD quickly switches to the new protocols.

CHEAP WINE TASTES BETTER WHEN WE’RE TOLD IT’S EXPENSIVE, NEW STUDY CLAIMS

29th March, 2021 by Christian Smith

A new study has suggested that people are more likely to say they enjoy a particular wine if they’re told it’s expensive – regardless of its true price.

VENTISQUERO: WE’RE ALWAYS OPENING NEW DOORS

24th March, 2021 by Phoebe French

Felipe Tosso, head winemaker at Ventisquero Wine Estates, reflects on 21 years at the Chilean winery and gives details of a number of new projects in the pipeline.

Italian wine show debuts on China’s biggest streaming platform

11-Mar-2021 By BY NATALIE WANG

Leading Italian wine company, Ethica Wines, has united with China’s first Master of Wine, Fongyee Walker MW, to launch the first-ever Italian wine tourism TV show called “Carpe Vinum”.

‘World’s first’ plant-based steak marbled with sunflower oil: ‘It’s not just for aesthetics. It behaves as marbling does in animal meat’

15-Mar-2021 By By Flora Southey 

Slovenian start-up Juicy Marbles claims its plant-based filet mignon marbled with sunflower oil is an industry first.Slovenian start-up Juicy Marbles claims its plant-based filet mignon marbled with sunflower oil is an industry first.

FERRARI SPARKLING WINE BECOMES OFFICIAL TOAST OF FORMULA 1 RACING

02-Mar-2021 By Patrick Schmitt

Italian fizz Ferrari Trento has been named the Official Sparkling Wine of Formula 1 motor racing, it was announced today before the start of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship in Bahrain.

Proteins for dry blending

24-Feb-2021 By Orange Wang

rla Foods Ingredients has launched a new dry-blend protein ingredient which helps infant formula manufacturers reduce production costs while guaranteeing safety and quality.

China’s food security at core of Beijing’s new five-year rural-revitalisation plan

23-Feb-2021 By Orange Wang

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs says China must ‘speed up innovations’ in the seed industry to help feed the nation’s 1.4 billion people