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Gartner Report Lists Companies With Best Supply Chain Management Capabilities In 2011

June 1, 2011: 03:39 AM EST
Gartner's Supply Chain Top 25 report presents the leading companies in terms of supply chain management in 2011. The study also looks at the future directions for supply chain management. The Top 5 comprises regulars Apple, Dell, and Procter & Gamble as well as last year's new entrants Research In Motion and Amazon. New entrants this year included food companies Nestle and Kraft, as well as Starbucks. Gartner’s recommendations include developing supply chain processes to deal volatile conditions; ensuring the value chain vision is backed by strong and flexible execution; and gauging the success of the supply chain on the basis of the experiences of customers.
"The Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 for 2011", Gartner, June 01, 2011, © Gartner, Inc.
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Solar Power For Nestlé Ice Cream Factory In Italy

June 1, 2011: 06:27 AM EST
Nestlé installed a solar power system at its ice cream factory in Ferentino, Italy, where the company manufactures Coppa del Nonno, a 60-year old ice cream brand unique to Italy. The solar power system was built with technical support from Solar Green Energy Company. It combines three kinds of solar power technology, and will provide all the energy requirements for the ice cream brand's production line, about 14% of the factory's total energy needs.
Nestlé, "Nestlé uses solar energy to power ice cream factory", Nestlé press release, June 01, 2011, © Nestlé
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Danisco Unveils Pine-Derived Plant Sterols For Health Supplements Making Cardio Claims

May 27, 2011: 02:27 AM EST
Danish food ingredient supplier Danisco has launched a new brand of sterols derived from a sustainable pine source and designed for food and dietary supplements that target cardiovascular health. According to the company, PinVita phytosterols lower the level of unfavorable LDL cholesterol in the blood by reducing cholesterol absorption. PinVita’s easy-to-formulate, ready-to-use solutions are available for applications such as dietary supplements, fats and oils, dairy and bakery products. The company says free and esterified formats of PinVita have limited impact on the taste, texture and appearance of the final consumer product. The PinVita plant sterols are suitable for allergen- and GMO-free products as well.
"Danisco introduces new ingredient brand for cholesterol reduction", Press release, Danisco, May 27, 2011, © Danisco
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Danone Adopts Ingeo Plant-Based Plastic Packaging For Its Activia Yogurt In Germany

May 26, 2011: 12:37 PM EST
Danone has changed the packaging of its Activia yogurt in Germany from oil-based plastic to Ingeo, a plastic derived from plants. A partnership between Danone and Ingeo manufacturer NatureWorks has resulted in the packaging switch, which will reduce the yogurt product's carbon footprint by 25% and use of fossil resources by 43%, based on a life cycle assessment conducted by the LCA Institute for Energy and Environmental Research. NatureWorks also estimates fossil energy savings will equal electricity used by 13,000 German homes monthly, while greenhouse gas reduction will be equal to that from not driving a motor vehicle 19 million kilometers.
"Danone Launches Sustainable Ingeo Activia Yogurt Cup in the German Market", Food Ingredients First, May 26, 2011, © CNS Media BV
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Emerging Markets To Contribute 70% Of Unilever's Total Revenue

May 24, 2011: 04:04 AM EST
Harish Manwani, Unilever chairman and president for Asia, Africa, and East and Central Europe, said, in a long and wide-ranging interview, that his company plans to increase emerging market share of Unilever’s total revenues from 53% to 70%. Unilever views developing and emerging (D&E) markets as mission critical for its future growth and plans to allocate more than 60% of research and development (R&D) and brand-development resources in D&E countries. India has emerged as one of the most important D&E markets for Unilever. At the same time, the country provides the company with a large pool of managerial talent, with some 140 Indian managers currently working in senior positions worldwide. Brazil is an equally important market at the moment, but Russia and China remain among the countries where the company is "relatively under-represented", although they are now the company’s fastest growing markets.  Aside from growing its business, Unilever also intends to cut its environmental footprint by half by ensuring that 100% of its raw materials, such as palm oil and tea, come from sustainable sources. Manwani also identifies innovation as key to continuous market development but also highlighted the need to strip out costs as far as possible in order to mitigate the impact of rising commodity prices. 
Chaitanya Kalbag, Suman Layak and Anusha Subramanian, "Interview with Harish Manwani, chairman, HUL", Business Today, May 24, 2011, © Living Media India Limited
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Unilever Partners With Engineering Firm To Support Manufacturing Worldwide

May 23, 2011: 04:51 AM EST
Unilever has partnered with Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. to support the development and management of Unilever's manufacturing facilities worldwide. From its headquarters in Singapore, the partnership - Unilever Engineering Services (UEnS) - will assist in Unilever's expansion plans by improving project delivery, cost management, speed to market, as well as operations and sustainability. Unilever's expansion plans will focus mainly on developing markets, which the company expects to account for 70–75% of its long-term growth. The partnership will also coordinate with Unilever's supply chain groups to support faster time to market and smaller environmental footprints for its manufacturing plants.
"Unilever drives efficiency in capital investment programme", Unilever, May 23, 2011, © Unilever
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Indonesia Is A Model For Sustainable Palm Oil Production – RSPO

May 19, 2011: 09:14 PM EST
An organization fostering standards for sustainable palm oil production has given a nod of approval to Indonesia’s accomplishments. The country, largest palm oil producer in the world, employs 3.7 million people in the sector, which accounts for seven percent of Indonesia’s  gross domestic product. Certified sustainable palm oil (CSPO) production in Indonesia quadrupled to 800,000 metric tons in 2010 over 2009, and has increased to 1.2 million metric tons  through April 2011, a 600 percent increase. The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) said  “Indonesia is in a strong position to be a benchmark for new emerging markets to adopt sustainable practices.”  RSPO said many Indonesian member companies have implemented “world class standards and practices” for achieving CSPO production.
"Indonesia: Benchmark For Sustainable Palm Oil In Emerging Markets", The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSBO), May 19, 2011, © The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSBO)
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Campbell Touts Sustainability Progress And Plans For Next Decade

May 12, 2011: 11:20 AM EST
Nourishment of the Earth and of corporate neighbors, employees and consumers is the overall 10-year strategic plan of Campbell Soup Company, which announced progress on its sustainability goals. The company said it saved more than 4.5 million pounds in steel, plastic and paper packaging materials in 2010; transferred a PET beverage bottle supply to a Canadian supplier, eliminating 750 trucks from the road; and redesigned product packaging in Australia, reducing paperboard by 440,000 pounds. The company said it has eliminated nearly 29,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions at its manufacturing plants and reduced greenhouse gas emissions by more than four percent. It plans to cut the environmental footprint of its product portfolio in half over the next decade as well.
"Campbell Reports Progress on 2020 Sustainability and Citizenship Goals", Press release, Campbell Soup Company, May 12, 2011, © Campbell's
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Kraft Foods Extends Its Sustainability Goals Through 2015

May 12, 2011: 11:24 AM EST
Kraft Foods announced that it has broadened its sustainability goals for the next five years after making significant progress in achieving earlier targets in the areas of energy, carbon dioxide, water, waste and packaging. The company says it will now measure sustainability progress in transportation and agricultural commodities, and all of its European coffee brands are committed to sustainably sourcing 100 percent of their coffee by 2015. Among other goals, Kraft plans to increase sustainable sourcing of farm commodities by 25 percent, reduce energy use in factories by 15 percent, reduce energy-related carbon dioxide emissions in factories by 15 percent and eliminate 50,000 metric tons of packaging material – all by the end of 2015.
"Kraft Foods Expands Sustainability Goals to Build on Success", Press release, Kraft Foods, May 12, 2011, © Kraft Foods
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Fairtrade International Unveils New Standards Framework

May 12, 2011: 08:35 AM EST
After an 18 month development process, Fairtrade International has introduced the New Standards Framework (NSF) that makes the fair-trade standards easier to understand, more adaptable to local producer situations, and gives producers more freedom of development. Other key improvements in the standards include: clearer and simpler requirements, improved structure, and revised environmental requirements that “put people first.” The NSF will go into effect on 1 July 2011. Fairtrade International has launched a training program that includes three regional workshops for Fairtrade staff and liaison officers.
"Revamped Standards Support Producer Development", Press release, Fairtrade International, May 12, 2011, © Fairtrade International
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Researchers Discover A Useful Fat In Waste Material From Canning Of Asian Fruit

May 11, 2011: 10:43 AM EST
Researchers in Thailand have discovered that the seed kernel waste of the edible Asian fruit rambutan can be processed to yield a fat that could possibly be used in the cosmetic and food industries. The fat extracted from the seed kernel – normally a waste product generated in the production of canned rambutan – contains high levels of arachidic acid, which makes the fat highly resistant to oxidation and therefore very stable. The extracted fat is white, solid at room temperature. Other physical and chemical characteristics “compared well with those of conventional fats.” Though the fat needs to be tested for safety before using it in food products, “the merit of using rambutan kernel fat in the cosmetic and food industries may be justified,” the researchers said.
W. Sirisompong, et al., "Response surface optimization and characteristics of rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum L.) kernel fat by hexane extraction", LWT - Food Science and Technology, May 11, 2011, © Elsevier Ltd
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OTA Rebuts “Biased” Report On Organic Agriculture From Radio’s Marketplace Program

May 5, 2011: 03:00 PM EST
In a rebuttal of a “biased” American Public Media Marketplace report (“The Non-Organic Future”) that “perpetuated the myth of low-yield organic agriculture,” the Organic Trade Association offered several scientifically-supported “facts” about organic farming. According to the OTA, organic agriculture is as efficient, economical and productive as conventional agriculture, and is better for the soil, the environment, and human health. “It is simply inaccurate to say that organic crops have lower or less consistent yields than their chemically intensive conventional counterparts,” the organization said. In fact, OTA said, as the planet changes and population grows, “organic is an integral part of the long-term solution to global food security.”
"OTA Responds to Marketplace", Press Release, Organic Trade Association (OTA), May 05, 2011, © Organic Trade Association (OTA)
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Dole Begins Selling Rainforest Alliance Certified Bananas At Sam’s Club

April 28, 2011: 03:24 AM EST
Dole Food Company, Inc. announced that it is now selling bananas grown on Rainforest Alliance Certified farms that meet comprehensive environmental and social standards designed to protect wildlife habitat and workers. Consumers can find Dole bananas – grown in Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala and bearing the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal – at Sam’s Club locations in the U.S. Dole says the partnership with the Rainforest Alliance is a sign of its commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility. Rainforest Alliance Certified farms meet standards set by the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN), a coalition of leading conservation groups.
"US: Dole now offering consumers rainforest alliance certified bananas", Press release, Dole, April 28, 2011, © Dole
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Color-Coded Eco-Rating System For Household Cleaners Debuts At Whole Foods

April 21, 2011: 10:38 PM EST
Whole Foods Market has introduced a tiered, color-coded rating system for household cleaning products to help shoppers make eco-friendly choices. The Eco-Scale System rates household cleaners as red (unacceptable), orange, yellow or green according to specific environmental and sourcing standards applied to each product. The company said it will work  with vendors to evaluate every product in its cleaning category. Products will have to meet a new baseline orange standard by Earth Day 2012 to be sold in Whole Foods stores. Products rated red will not be sold, the company said. Though the federal government does not require ingredients to be disclosed on household cleaner labels, the new rating system does.
"Whole Foods Market pledges a clean sweep by 2012", News release, Whole Foods Market, April 21, 2011, © Whole Foods Market IP, L.P.
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Neither Conventional Nor Organic Farming Methods Are Superior At Eliminating Weed Seeds

April 21, 2011: 12:00 AM EST
U.S. scientists trying to determine whether organic or conventional farming methods are better at ridding the soil of weed seeds report inconclusive results: neither method proved superior. The researchers experimented over a two-year period in two states, burying two types of weed seeds – smooth pigweed and common lambsquarters – in mesh bags. Pigweed seeds showed a shorter life span under the organic system in two of four experiments. Organic system lambsquarters seeds had a shorter life span in one of the four experiments, while the conventional methods had the shorter life span in two of four experiments. The researchers acknowledged that their findings “leave an ambiguous answer” to the question.
Silke D Ullrich, et al., "Weed Seed Persistence and Microbial Abundance in Long-Term Organic and Conventional Cropping Systems", Weed Science, April 21, 2011, © BioOne
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Older Americans Less Passionate About Environmental Issues – Survey

April 20, 2011: 11:37 PM EST
Americans are taking definite steps – such as turning off lights in unoccupied rooms and recycling – toward protecting the environment and conserving energy, but there is less enthusiasm for activities like purchasing eco-friendly products, and marked skepticism about issues like global climate change, according to a national survey conducted by L’Oreal and ORC International. The survey found that younger people tend to be more ardent about environmental issues and actions, though the attitudes and behaviors of older Americans are shifting gradually. The survey found that 96 percent of Americans turn off lights in unoccupied rooms and 93 percent recycle, but only 25 percent purchase validated eco-friendly products. And forty-five percent of Americans older than 55 say they are unconvinced about climate change.
"2011 Sustainable Living Survey Fielded by L'Oréal USA Reveals Changes in Attitudes, Behavior and Consumption Are Slow to Come", Press release, L'Oreal, April 20, 2011, © 3BL MEDIA, LLC
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Tesco Posts Solid Gains In Revenue, Profit In 2010/2011

April 19, 2011: 02:59 AM EST
U.K.-based grocery and merchandising company Tesco reported a 12.3 percent increase in profit for 2010/2011 to £3.8 billion on revenue of £67.6 billion, an increase of 8.1 percent. The company said it now has a new global executive committee in place combining key business areas and support functions, and focusing more on the U.K. core business. The company said it reduced its net debt to £6.8 billion, thanks to strong cash generation in the second half of the year. Tesco said its long-term strategy is profitable growth coupled with sustainability in the U.K., internationally, in food and other categories and in services.
"Tesco Plc Preliminary Results 2010/11", Press release, Tesco, April 19, 2011, © Tesco
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Seventh Generation Launches Green Sweepstakes

April 19, 2011: 02:25 AM EST
Household and personal-care products company Seventh Generation says that instead of celebrating Earth Day this year, it is “honoring the planet and its many gifts” by offering savings coupons and a sweepstakes whose top prize is a $10,000 green home makeover. The prize also includes cleaning supplies for the winner’s whole community. The company will provide the winner’s community 1,000 Healthy Home Starter Kits valued at $55 each “to help paint the whole town ‘green.’" The company is also offering money-saving product coupons to help consumers “save money as they save the world around them.”
"Seventh Generation Makes a Clean "Sweep" of Earth Day", Press release, Seventh Generation, April 19, 2011, © Seventh Generation
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Organic Advocates Urge Tightening Of USDA Rules On Egg Farming

April 18, 2011: 08:13 AM EST
The nonprofit farm policy group Cornucopia Institute has accused a California producer of organic eggs of misrepresenting the living conditions of some hens, perhaps in violation of federal organic standards. The California cooperative, whose egg brand is Organic Valley, does not allow hens to forage naturally in sunlit pastures but instead keeps them penned in screened porches with roofs and floors, the Institute told the Wisconsin Journal-Sentinel. Federal organic standards require hens to have outdoor access and sunlight, but the definition of outdoors is fuzzy. The screened enclosures for hens violate the spirit and intent of the organic law, and mislead consumers, the Institute says. Advocates of tighter rules on organic egg production have proposed a clarification of the USDA rules that would close the loophole.
Karen Herzog, "When Is a Hen Organic?", Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, April 18, 2011, © Journal Sentinel Inc.
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OTA Says Organic Industry Grew Faster Than Food Industry As A Whole In 2010

April 6, 2011: 07:55 PM EST
The Organic Trade Association released industry survey data at a Washington policy meeting showing that the organic industry has grown from $3.6 billion in 1997 to $29 billion last year, a 700 percent increase in value. According to the OTA data, the organic sector grew by eight percent in 2010, “dramatically outpacing” the growth rate of the overall food industry. There are 14,540 organic farms and ranches in the U.S. with a total of 4.1 million acres of land under organic management, the association said. Seventy-eight percent of organic farms intend to maintain or increase production and 96 percent plan to maintain or increase employment levels in 2011.
"Vilsack: Organic is part of the strategy to rebuild rural America", Press Release, Organic Trade Association, April 06, 2011, © Organic Trade Association
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Women, Older People Are The Most Eco-Conscious, Global Market Study Finds

April 7, 2011: 04:23 AM EST
Women and older consumers across the world are generally more environmentally conscious overall, a new study from market researcher Synovate has found, while young people are the least eco-conscious. The study, which looked at “green” behavior globally, also found that the way people feel about the future, their family, and their country aren’t very important factors in determining green habits. Synovate asked 22,000 people in around the worldt about their recycling habits, purchase of ecological products, purchase of organic foods, etc. Women ranked higher than men across all green behavior categories, and people aged 56-65 years old ranked highest in recycling and buying ecological products. People 46-55 years old were more likely to buy organic food. Lowest green scores among age groups? Young people aged 16-25 years old. Data from the study were also broken down by country.
"Synovate survey reveals latest green habits and consumption across the world", Press release, Synovate, April 07, 2011, © Synovate
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Bullfrog Power Provides Green Energy To Unilever Canada’s Factories, Offices In Ontario

April 5, 2011: 03:06 AM EST
Unilever Canada has contracted with Bullfrog Power, a 100 percent green energy provider, to power all of its manufacturing facilities and offices in Ontario – 90 percent of its Canadian operations – with locally sourced renewable power totaling 59,000 MWh of electricity. According to the company, the move will reduce its carbon dioxide emissions footprint by approximately 7,544 tons annually. Unilever says the action is part of its Sustainable Living Plan, in which the company will grow in a way that helps improve people’s health and well-being, reduces environmental impact and enhances livelihoods. Bullfrog’s electricity in Ontario comes only from local wind and hydro facilities that have been certified as low impact by Environment Canada under its EcoLogoM program.
"Unilever Canada becomes the largest commercial purchaser of green electricity in Canada", Press release, Unilever, April 05, 2011, © Unilever
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Coca-Cola’s PlantBottle Beverage Packages Available Nationwide

April 4, 2011: 07:17 PM EST
Coca-Cola’s 100 percent recyclable plant-derived packages for Dasani and Odwalla are now available in the U.S.  The new PlantBottle packaging for single servings of Odwalla is made from up to 100 percent plant-based materials with high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic. HDPE plastic is created using only ethylene, which is derived from 100 percent renewable sugarcane-based ethanol.  Bottles for Dasani are made with up to 30 percent plant-based materials. According to Coca-Cola, in 2010 more than 2.5 billion PlantBottle packages were available across nine countries, a number that is expected to double to more than five billion PlantBottle packages in more than 15 countries.
"The Coca-Cola Company's New PlantBottle® Packaging On Store Shelves Nationwide Today!", Press Release, Coca-Cola, North America, April 04, 2011, © Coca-Cola
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Kimberly-Clark Campaign Urges Consumers To Try Its “Scott Naturals” Paper Products

April 4, 2011: 02:59 AM EST
Scott Naturals brand’s six-month “test drive” marketing campaign asks consumers to try its  hybrid bath tissue, paper towels, flushable moist wipes and napkins for four weeks. The campaign, launched in conjunction with Eearth Month,  asks consumers to try the brand, which combines recycled and conventional materials, for four weeks and to enter the “Take the 4-Week Test Drive” sweepstakes for a chance to win a new Ford Fusion hybrid sedan. According to Scott Naturals Brand Manager Jennifer Nobui, the goal of the challenge is to “encourage consumers to take an easy green step by showing them they won't have to compromise quality or their budget” by choosing the brand.
"SCOTT Naturals Asks Americans to "Test Drive" its Hybrid Paper Products for a Chance to Drive Away in a New Hybrid Car", Press release, Kimberly-Clark, April 04, 2011, © Kimberly-Clark Corporation
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“Agroecology” Is The Key To Ensuring The Global Right To Food, Report Says

March 31, 2011: 08:50 PM EST
In a report prepared for the United Nations Human Rights Council, the Special Rapporteur on the right to food, Olivier De Schutter, identified “agroecology” as an agricultural development method that has proven to get results in ensuring the right to food among vulnerable groups worldwide. According to De Schutter, the reinvestment in agriculture, spurred by the 2008 food crisis, should focus on reorienting agricultural systems toward production techniques that are “highly productive, highly sustainable and contribute to the progressive realization of the human right to adequate food.” The advantages of agroecology include improvement of nutrition, reduction of poverty and increased farm productivity. Appropriate public policies are needed to create an enabling environment for these sustainable modes of production.
Olivier De Schutter, "“Agroecology and the Right to Food”, Report presented at the 16th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council March 2011", United Nations Special Rapporteur, March 31, 2011, © United Nations Special Rapporteur
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USDA Adds Purell Green Hand Sanitizer To List Of Approved Biobased Products

March 31, 2011: 03:02 AM EST
The USDA announced at a biobased product meeting that Purell Green Certified Instant Hand Sanitizer Foam will be featured in the formal launch of the agency’s new BioPreferred Label Program. The Purell Green brand, produced by GOJO Industries Inc., is made with 100 percent naturally renewable plant-derived ethanol in a biodegradable formula, according to the company. The  foam is sold in 1200 mL TFX (touch free) refills under the SKILCRAFT brand through Travis Association for the Blind, a nonprofit agency associated with National Industries for the Blind. The new USDA label is assigned to products independently certified to meet USDA BioPreferred program standards for biobased content.
"Purell Green Certified Instant Hand Sanitizer Among First to Earn USDA BioPreferred Product Label", News release, GOJO Industries, March 31, 2011, © GOJO Industries
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U.S. Consumers Keep Buying Organic And Natural Products Despite The Recession

March 28, 2011: 04:13 AM EST
Concerns for their health and the environment and about U.S. agribusiness have prompted American consumers to keep spending for natural and organic products despite the economic slowdown. This commitment to organics has helped the segment grow, allowing retailers, such as Whole Foods and Trader Joe's, to expand. While sales for the grocery industry grew 1.8 percent, according to the Food Institute, sales of organics grew 4.4 percent in the year ending February 20, according to Symphony IRI. Wider availability of organics, with major grocery store chains expanding their organic sections and food companies introducing more natural products, and lower costs help drive growth in the organics segment. Also, demand for organics is spreading to health, beauty, cleaning supplies, and other sections of the grocery store.
SUE STOCK, "Recession-racked shoppers still spend on organics", Kansas City Star, March 28, 2011, via McClatchy Newspapers, © The Kansas City Star
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P&G Showcases Its Environmentally Friendly Products In New Coupon Booklet

March 28, 2011: 03:33 AM EST
The Procter & Gamble Company announced it will release its April 2011 brandSAVER coupon booklet on April 3 to coincide with the observance of Earth Day. The booklet will contain more than $110 in savings on a range of  brands, and will feature many of the company's eco-conscious “Future Friendly” products that save water, save energy or reduce waste in the home or during the manufacturing process. The booklet also contains submissions from P&G Future Friendly's recent Find Your Footprint student contest, developed to inspire students to monitor and reduce their environmental footprint. Also featured is the latest addition to P&G’s Future Friendly product portfolio: compacted powder laundry detergents.
"New P&G brandSAVER Features Coupons for Trusted Products Alongside Inspiring "Future Friendly" Tips From Students Nationwide", Procter & Gamble, March 28, 2011, © Procter & Gamble
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Sustainability Is A Key Issue, And Major Challenge, For Cleaning Products Industry

March 23, 2011: 03:09 AM EST
At IntertechPira’s recent two-day conference, Cleaning Products Europe, speakers focused on sustainability as the driver of future growth, followed closely by innovation and collaboration, according to the conference producer. Both Unilever and Procter & Gamble emphasized that sustainability is a key factor in all aspects of the cleaning products business and one of the biggest internal challenges. All parts of the supply chain have a role to play in implementing sustainable practices, including regulatory authorities and industry bodies. Keith Rutherford of Unilever said that at the top of the supply chain “there is a need for a mix of safe and sustainable materials” as consumers become more demanding on the sustainability issue.
"Cleaning Products Europe - a great success! What are the key learnings?", Press release, IntertechPira, March 23, 2011, © IntertechPira
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Worries Over Food Safety Drive South Koreans To Local, Organic Food Sources

March 21, 2011: 11:34 PM EST
Food safety concerns among South Korean consumers have spurred an upsurge in the membership of the country’s largest food cooperative, Hansalim, which sells mainly organic, locally grown vegetables and other food products. Concerns about food safety reached a critical stage after outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease and avian influenza in 2010 forced the slaughter of millions of livestock. Hansalim’s membership leapt by 20 percent to 250,900 during the year, completely by word of mouth because the cooperative spends no money on advertising. Hansalim operates 110 stores in South Korea, which together posted about $162 million in sales in 2010, a small number compared to leading discount store chains such as E-mart, whose product line is globally sourced.
Nam Kwang-sik, "S. Korean consumers set sights on local food", YonHap NewsAgency, March 21, 2011, © YonHap News Agency, Korea
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Henkel Named To “Most Ethical Companies” List

March 16, 2011: 02:34 AM EST
The U.S. Ethisphere Institute has included German home care, cosmetics and adhesives marketer Henkel on its list of “World’s Most Ethical Companies.” Recognized for an exemplary ethical approach to corporate governance and commitment to sustainable development, 110 companies in more than 100 countries and 38 different sectors comprise the list. Henkel markets a range of consumer and industrial brands in North America, including Dial soaps, Purex laundry detergents, Right Guard antiperspirants, and Loctite adhesives. Worldwide, the company markets brands and technologies in three business areas: laundry & home care, cosmetics/toiletries, and adhesive technologies. The company reported sales of $20.07 billion and profit of $2.27 billion in fiscal 2010.
"Henkel included again in “World’s Most Ethical Companies” ranking", Henkel, March 16, 2011, © Henkel Corporation
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Companies Partner In Program To Recycle Used Packaging Collected By Families

March 15, 2011: 01:58 AM EST
Eco-friendly household and personal care products specialist Method has partnered with upcycling firm TerraCycle to create a used package recycling program for families. Under the program, families can send used soap refill packaging to TerraCycle. The two companies will then donate two cents for each unit of packaging to a charity selected by the families. According to the companies, collected packaging will be turned into trash cans, coolers and other home goods. TerraCycle collects difficult-to-recycle packaging and upcycles or recycles it into new products using processes that have been independently rated as efficient carbon-saving waste solutions.
"Method And Terracycle Partner To Help Clean The Planet", Method, March 15, 2011, © Method
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PepsiCo Is Researching Ways To Convert Cellulose Fiber Waste To Packaging

March 14, 2011: 07:55 PM EST
PepsiCo Inc. Chief Scientific Officer Mehmood Khan told an audience at the recent Reuters Food and Agriculture Summit that the company hopes to find a way to economize by converting cellulose fiber from food production waste, including oat husks and orange peels, to packaging materials. The research effort is ongoing in the Frito-Lay snacks, Quaker oatmeal and Tropicana orange juice units, he said. Competitor Coca-Cola Co. is already using plant-derived materials to make plastic bottles. "If you could take cellulose today and convert that cellulose to packaging, think of the impact that you would have on the costs of other commodities," Khan said.
Martinne Geller, "PepsiCo looks to reuse plant waste", Reuters, March 14, 2011, © Thomson Reuters
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Whole Foods Market Launches Green Film Festival

March 14, 2011: 08:57 PM EST
Natural and organic foods retailer Whole Foods Market is celebrating Earth Month with the launch of a nationwide “Whole Foods Market Do Something Reel” Film Festival on April 1. The festival will travel to 70 cities across the U.S. showing six “provocative, character-driven films” focusing on food, environmental issues and everyday people. The festival was created to raise awareness of environmental and food issues, but also to support filmmakers creating films that get people to think about the impact personal choices have on health, body and environment. The festival will be held in movie theaters in communities near Whole Foods Market stores.
"Whole Foods Market “Do Something Reel Film Festival” Launches Nationwide April 2011 In Celebration Of Earth Month", News release, Whole Foods Market, March 14, 2011, © Whole Foods Market
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Agostoni Launches North American Chocolate Food Service Collection

March 10, 2011: 08:23 PM EST
Italy’s Agostoni family has launched a chocolate food service collection in North America to be sold under the Agostoni Chocolate brand. It features premium couvertures, as well as cocoa-derived ingredients processed in-house from raw cocoa. The company has begun distribution on the West Coasts of the U.S. and Canada, and through ChefShop.com. Agostoni plans to expand distribution throughout the U.S. and Canada over the next 12 months. The collection includes conventional dark chocolate blends, four single origins and two single estate dark couvertures, and other varieties. The ingredients group includes cocoa powders, liquor and butter, as well as nibs and a 100 percent hazelnut paste. 
"Agostoni Family Launches Food Service Offering in North America", News release, Agostoni, March 10, 2011, © Agostoni
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Mambo Sprouts Expands Digital Coupon Marketing Program

March 8, 2011: 11:19 AM EST
Acting on the findings of a consumer survey, natural and organic product marketer Mambo Sprouts Marketing is launching new digital coupon initiatives. The survey found that more than half (56 percent) of natural and organic consumers plan to use more online printable coupons in 2011. With that finding in mind, the company is offering a five-times-a-year digital savings newsletter and direct links to health, natural and organic offers, including click-and-print coupons for natural and organic products. The company says future trends include fully customized promotions with 24/7 instant access, giving marketers more cost-effective targeting of audiences. Customers will print more than 1.5 million natural and organic coupons from the Mambo Sprouts Web site in 2011, the company says.
"Digital Coupon Newsletter Enhances Service, Reduces Waste", News release, Mambo Sprouts Marketing, March 08, 2011, © Mambo Sprouts Marketing
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Food Manufacturers Change Packaging Because Of Concerns Over Tainted Recycled Cardboard

March 8, 2011: 07:58 PM EST
Health worries over boxes manufactured from recycled cardboard have led food manufacturers in Europe to change their product packaging, the BBC reports. Toxic chemicals known as mineral oils, used in printing inks in recycled newspapers, were discovered in some boxes by researchers who said the chemicals had contaminated the food they contained. Some firms have stopped using recycled cardboard completely, while others are making sure the boxes they use are not tainted by mineral oils, which have been associated with inflammation of internal organs and cancer. Swiss government scientists who analyzed pasta, rice and cereals sold in cartons manufactured from recycled cardboard found mineral oil levels ten to 100 times higher than recommended limits.
Nick Higham, "Food sold in recycled cardboard packaging 'poses risk'", BBC News, March 08, 2011, © BBC News
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Kellogg Buys GreenPalm Certificates To Help Reduce Deforestation From Palm Oil Production

March 3, 2011: 05:54 PM EST
In an effort to help fund sustainable palm oil production, Kellogg Company says it is buying GreenPalm certificates that will cover all of its global palm oil use. Purchasing the certificates is a way of helping to reduce deforestation from palm oil production. Segregated, sustainably grown palm oil is not currently available outside of Europe. Kellogg says the form of palm oil it uses in Europe is not available in a segregated, sustainable supply. Only six percent of the global supply of palm oil is sustainably grown, according to GreenPalm. Kellogg says palm oil comprises only a small percentage of its total ingredients, but “concerns about the sustainable production of palm oil are clearly on our radar screen."
"Kellogg Company Takes Leadership Stance in Support of Sustainable Palm Oil", News release, Kellogg Company, March 03, 2011, © Kellogg Company
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OTA, California Certification Agency Team Up To Provide Stronger Presence In Washington

March 2, 2011: 06:38 AM EST
The Organic Trade Association (OTA) announced it is collaborating with certification agency California Certified Organic Farmers Inc. to strengthen the industry’s national public policy effectiveness. California has more than 470,000 acres in certified organic production; OTA represents 6,500 organic businesses, including 2,500 from California. According to officials of the two organizations, the collaboration enhances the resources needed to protect U.S. organic agriculture. A major goal is to increase the representation of organic producers in federal legislative advocacy. CCOF Inc. will become a member of OTA’s new Producers Advisory Council, which provides OTA with input from organic farmers, ranchers, and growers.
"Organic Trade Association and CCOF announce strategic alliance", News release, Organic Trade Association, March 02, 2011, © Organic Trade Association
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PepsiCo, IDB Partner To Push Socio-Economic Growth In Latin America, Caribbean With Sustainable Sunflower Production

March 2, 2011: 06:18 AM EST
PepsiCo, Inc. and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) signed a partnership deal seeking to promote sustainable sunflower production to aid social and economic development in Latin America and Caribbean. A project launched in Mexico aims to significantly increase commercial high-oleic sunflower production in the country and provide a source of income for 850 farmers and their families, with PepsiCo guaranteeing to purchase all output for the manufacture of PepsiCo snacks in Mexico. IDB and PepsiCo will expand the partnership to include other projects such as the Waste Pickers recycling program in Peru and Colombia.
PepsiCo, "PepsiCo and Inter-American Development Bank Sign Agreement to Spur Development in Latin America and Caribbean", PepsiCo press release, March 02, 2011, via PR Newswire, © PepsiCo Inc.
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TCI Gums Unveils Organic Stabilizers For Yogurt Products

March 1, 2011: 09:37 AM EST
Food industry texture and stabilization specialist TIC Gums has developed a couple of ingredients that it says make yogurt smooth and stable while meeting USDA organic certification guidelines. YG Cup Set is a 100 percent organic stabilizer made from an extract of red seaweed and designed for cup set organic yogurt products, while YG Vat Set is a specialized blend of certified organic ingredients designed for stirred yogurts. TIC Gums also provides organic agar, the latest addition to its line of certified organic gums.
"Building a Better Organic Yogurt", News release, TIC Gums, March 01, 2011, © TIC Gums
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“EcoAware” Moms Add Sustainability To Their Wellness Priorities

March 1, 2011: 09:47 AM EST
A study of more than 4,000 Americans ages 18-65 years has found that today’s mothers are embracing a new dimension of wellness: sustainability, putting them squarely in the category of “EcoAware Moms.” The Global Trend Survey conducted by EcoFocus Worldwide says these new moms – all 51 million of them, 69 percent of the total – control $1.45 trillion in buying power. According to EcoFocus CEO Linda Gilbert, EcoAware Moms believe that the eco-friendly choices they make now – reducing waste, recycling, conserving water and energy – will lead to healthier families. Some of these moms “express regret and remorse” about letting their teenagers grow up in a lifestyle of disposability and “don't want to make the same mistake with their younger kids.”
Diane Toops , "Toops' Scoops: Is the Food Industry Ready for EcoAware Moms and Dads?", Food Processing, March 01, 2011
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Prince Charles Encourages Fellow Britons To Pursue Organic Gardening

February 24, 2011: 10:47 AM EST
Great Britain’s heir to the throne Prince Charles says that organic gardening of fruits and vegetables, even if only a tiny patch, can make a difference to the environment because the plants absorb carbon, provide food and create a living area for birds and butterflies. The Prince is encouraged by the sight of people cultivating their own food, be it in gardens, allotments or containers. Himself a major landowner and gardener, the Prince says that organic gardeners especially are “key players” in tackling environmental problems because they use fewer, if any, chemicals and encourage the growth of beneficial wildlife. He hopes his own huge and successful garden at Highgrove “provides inspiration to show what can be done in a mere few decades.”
Louise Gray, "Prince Charles says organic allotments can save the environment", Telegraph, UK, February 24, 2011, © Telegraph Media Group Ltd
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Heinz Adopts Coca-Cola's PlantBottle Sustainable Packaging

February 23, 2011: 09:30 AM EST
Coca-Cola and H.J. Heinz Company entered into a partnership that allows Heinz to use Coca-Cola's PlantBottle environment-friendly packaging. Materials from plants account for up to 30 percent of material used to make PlantBottle polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic bottles. Heinz plans to launch its PlantBottle ketchup bottles in June with a marketing campaign featuring "talking labels" and on-packaging messages. A life-cycle analysis by Imperial College London revealed that the packaging technology can reduce carbon impact by 12-19 percent. Heinz says that adopting PlantBottle is part of its global sustainability commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, solid waste, water consumption and energy usage at least 20 percent by 2015.
Heinz Co., "Coca-Cola and Heinz Announce Landmark Partnership to Expand Use of Innovative PlantBottle™ Packaging ", H.J. Heinz press release, February 23, 2011, © H. J. Heinz Company
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Planters' Campaign Seeks To Boost Sustainability Credentials With Planters Groves Parks And Touring Nutmobile

February 23, 2011: 09:07 AM EST
Kraft Foods' Planters brand aims to boost its sustainability credentials with its "Naturally Remarkable" marketing campaign that includes putting up peanut-themed community parks in New Orleans, Washington, D.C., San Francisco and New York City. It also includes an ecology-friendly truck, the Planters Nutmobile, that will promote the opening of the Planters Groves parks and also tour other cities in the US. The parks will have city-specific designs and will use reclaimed materials as well as include a Mr. Peanut figure on a bench. Planters says its campaign seeks to pay tribute to the American peanut planters, the origins of the company's brand name, and highlight the fun associated with Planters snacks.
Karlene Lukovitz, "Planters Campaign: Sustainability Plus Fun ", Mediapost, February 23, 2011, © MediaPost Communications.
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Promiseland Sues To Stop USDA From Suspending Its Organic Certification

February 18, 2011: 12:30 PM EST
Promiseland Livestock has sued the U.S. Department of Agriculture seeking to stop the agency from suspending the company's organic certification. Promiseland's lawsuit claims that the USDA has abused its power by seeking to remove Promiseland's organic certification after the company allegedly refused to hand over records. In 2008, the USDA sued Promiseland, accusing the company of violating several organic standards. A judge later ruled that Promiseland violated USAD rules when it refused to provide records to inspectors who visited its facilities in Nebraska and Missouri.
TIMBERLY ROSS, "Nebraska-based Promiseland sues USDA over suspension", JournalStar.com, February 18, 2011, © JournalStar
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Nutiva Contributes To Legal Efforts To Rescind USDA Monsanto Decision

February 17, 2011: 11:04 AM EST
Nutiva, a maker of organic hemp, coconut and chia foods, has contributed $25,000 to an effort by the Center for Food Safety to reverse a decision by the USDA to deregulate Monsanto’s genetically engineered, Roundup-Ready alfalfa. According to Nutiva,the USDA’s ruling is “ profoundly disappointing to the organic community.” The CFS says it is pursuing all legal remedies to oppose the decision, primarily because biotech industry market dominance in crops will mean “the majority of organic foods will be genetically contaminated with foreign genetic material through pollen drift and accidental co-mingling.”
"Nutiva Pledges $25,000 to CFS for Challenging USDA’s Approval of Monsanto's Genetically Engineered Alfalfa", News release, Nutiva, February 17, 2011, © Nutiva
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Organic Foods Grow Popular Among Middle Class Consumers In Indian City Of Coimbatore

February 15, 2011: 10:09 AM EST
Organic foods have become popular in the Tamil Nadu city of Coimbatore, driven by the rising health-consciousness among the city's middle-class consumers. Farmers are adopting organic methods of raising food crops, as consumers show willingness to pay higher prices for pesticide- and chemical-free farm products. Exclusively organic retail stores, such as Sreevatsa Organic Farm and Organic Super Market, have opened in popular locations in the city.
Radha Venkatesan, "The Organic Bandwagon", The Times ofIndia, February 15, 2011, © Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.
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L’Oreal USA Joins EPA SmartWay Transport Partnership For Transportation Energy Efficiency

February 10, 2011: 12:01 AM EST
L’Oreal USA has joined efforts at increasing energy efficiency in transportation with SmartWay Transport Partnership, a collaboration between the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the freight industry. L’Oreal USA aims to reduce GHG emissions and air pollution by adopting green technology for carriers and improving shipment operations and has committed  to reduce by 50% its GHG emissions,  water use and waste generated all on a  per unit of finished product basis by 2015. The company has been active in climate change and sustainability efforts since 2001 and has been recognized by Innovest and Corporate Knights as one of the 100 most sustainable companies in 2008, 2009, and 2010.
"L'Oreal USA Corporate Manufacturing for North America Joins EPA SmartWay Transport Partnership", 3BL Media, February 10, 2011, © 3BL MEDIA, LLC.
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Global Move For Sustainability Good News For U.K. Businesses

February 9, 2011: 02:13 AM EST

Despite the failure of the Copenhagen and Cancun meetings to produce binding treaties, observers forecast the global economy's greening to proceed at faster pace, creating opportunities for businesses. HSBC Global Research says governments will spend $500 billion in 2009-2014 to promote green development and U.K. companies, as their Asian counterparts do, should view sustainability as a potential source of growth. Developing countries, which face risks from climate change and resource challenges, have rapid GDP and population growth rates that make them an important market for consumer goods companies. Examples of companies' sustainability efforts include Unilever's "Sustainable Living" campaign and Walmart's push for its suppliers to adopt sustainable practices.

Andrew Stone, "A great opportunity for sustainable growth", The Daily Telegraph (London), February 09, 2011, © Telegraph Media Group Limited
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