A host of Woolworths suppliers have joined the retailer in committing to driving down food waste ahead of International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste on 29 September.
With food costs soaring due to the war in Ukraine, interest rate hikes, fuel increases, and changing weather patterns, KwaZulu-Natal based startup AgriKool is focusing on driving down the cost of food by cutting out middlemen and reducing transport costs while increasing profits for farmers.
A new Pick n Pay store has opened its doors in Sea Point, the retailer’s second store in the Cape Town suburb after nearly 50 years since it opened its first store in the area in the 1970s.
The European cocoa and chocolate industry is offering to share data on cocoa farm locations with top producers Ivory Coast and Ghana in a bid to ramp up efforts to fight deforestation in the sector.
South Africa has seen a large increase in the number of people employed in agriculture during the first quarter of 2022.
A significant percentage of Coca-Cola’s packaging is designed to be recyclable, while the company’s strategic goal is to collect the equivalent of every bottle and can it sells by 2030.
Mushroom farming, often shied away from by many established and aspirant farmers has been identified as one agricultural sector that has the potential to stimulate equitable and inclusive growth, while boosting SA’s economic recovery plan.
South African Breweries (SAB) chief executive officer, Richard Rivett-Carnac has called for policy certainty around excise taxes to enable the country’s biggest beer brewer to make more long-term investment decisions.
VISIONARY Omron strives to make traceability as easy as possible, just as it strives to make its machine vision technology intuitive enough for the average operator to use
When retailers were creating an online presence, they initially excluded low-income consumers on the basis of a number of assumptions.
JSE-listed diversified food company RCL Foods’ revenue increased by 10.2% to R34.9-billion for the financial year ended June 30.
The City of Cape Town has teamed up with the Western Cape Economic Development Partnership and industry business partners to launch a Food and Beverage Growth Coalition, aimed at boosting the development of the region’s food and beverage manufacturing sector and its exports.