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(HU) A műholdas megfigyelés lehet a megoldás a pálmaolaj problémára

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Eroski gets rid of palm oil in private label products

Spanish retailer Eroski has removed palm oil from its private label products, reinforcing its commitment to healthy eating. The retailer has reformulated approximately 308 products from 43 manufacturers in the last...

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Eroski Removes Palm Oil From Own-Brand Products

Spanish retailer Eroski has eliminated palm oil from its own brand product range, reinforcing its commitment to healthy eating. The retailer has reformulated around 308 products from 43 manufacturers after more than...

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Palm oil at the peak of a decade

From chocolate to toothpaste, the price of palm oil used in almost every food or household item has risen to a peak of almost a decade, and prices seem to...

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Sustainability in the FMCG industry

The importance of sustainability is increasingly permeating the FMCG industry and the daily lives of supply chain steakholders. Pascal Kuipers, reporter for the monthly video news program PLMALive.eu of the...

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Ferrero Achieves WWF Recognition For Palm Oil Sustainability

Ferrero has placed first in the WWF’s Palm Oil Buyers Scorecard, which evaluates global companies in terms of their support for sustainable palm oil. With a score of 21.5 out...

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Hungarian Confectionery Manufacturers on Palm Oil

Palm oil issues have aroused considerable interest and have been the subject of serious debate recently. The confectionery industry is aware that current palm oil management raises important issues. Because...

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Replacing palm oil with coffee grounds

A Scottish firm specializing in high-value products derived from used coffee grounds claim they are developing pioneering environmentally-efficient processes that could lead to a sustainable and alternative ingredient to palm...

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The EU target is nearly one third of the renewable energy ratio

By 2030, the 32 percent mandatory renewable energy ratio should be available in the Member States’ energy use – European decision-makers say, and this is what the new Renewable Energy...

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