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Study Reveals Glove Pathogen Threat to Food Industry

By: Eagle Protects on 21 October 2022

Third-party testing confirmed disease-causing pathogens on 50% of samples tested

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RCL’s Young Chef and Young Baker winners announced

By: RCL Foods on 20 October 2022

The winners in the RCL FOODS Young Chef and the inaugural Young Baker competitions were announced on 13 October following grueling finals that tested a wide range of their cheffing and baking skills at the RCL FOODS kitchens in Durban, with each taki

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GFSI Opens New Stakeholder Consultation

By: GFSI on 19 October 2022

Freshcare Supply Chain Standard edition 2 July 2021, is undergoing the GFSI Benchmarking Process and is now entering the stakeholder consultation phase, starting on 17 October 2022.

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SA Harvest celebrates 30 million meals and third birthday on World Food Day, 16 October

By: SA Harvest on 17 October 2022

16 October marks the global commemoration of World Food Day. it also marks the three year anniversary of food rescue and hunger relief organisation SA Harvest and the celebration of its 30 million meal milestone.

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KwaMashu community heroine celebrated

By: Food Focus on 14 October 2022

BB Bakeries Bring it Home Campaign aims to recognise inspirational innovators, pioneers, and community leaders who, despite facing extraordinary challenges, have exemplified the old saying of “izandla ziyagezana” and demonstrated “Ubuntu babo”

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MSC raises the bar for certified tuna fisheries

By: Marine Stewardship Council on 14 October 2022

MSC outlines implications for tuna fisheries of its new Fisheries Standard, and shares new data showing certified tuna catch now exceeds 2 million tonnes

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Local NGO and partners break food record

By: ProVeg South Africa on 13 October 2022

Veggie burgers, and other plant-based meat alternatives, have been in the news recently thanks to an attempt by the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform, and Rural Development (DALRRD) to ban calling plant-based products names kike burger and sausa

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RCL’s Young Chef and Young Baker competitors prepare for the final showdown

By: RCL Foods on 13 October 2022

Twenty-six young chefs and bakers will gather in Durban on 13 October to compete in the finals of the RCL FOODS Young Chef and Young Baker competitions – pitting their skills against each other for a share of the total prize purse of R110 000.

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AFMA Board elects new chairperson and vice-chairperson

By: AFMA on 03 October 2022

The board of directors of the Animal Feed Manufacturers Association has elected their new chairperson and vice-chairperson.

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Why trees are packaging’s valuable renewable resource

By: Nampak on 30 September 2022

As sustainability continues to be a focus point for both businesses and consumers in the packaging industry, there’s been a lot of attention drawn to the end-of-life of a product – how can it be re-used, recycled or even remanufactured to ‘close the

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Eluceda’s detection technology helps identify counterfeit regional wines

By: Eluceda on 26 September 2022

The National Office of Vine and Vitivinicultural Products in Romania, is using Eluceda’s covert taggant marker with a unique machine-readable signature, to authenticate the provenance of its regional wines and protect drinkers from potential counterf

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International Coastal Clean-up Day celebrates Conservation and Heritage on Robben Island

By: Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages on 22 September 2022

Through an enduring partnership with Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages and the RIM team, more than 150 volunteers and environmental partners cleared a huge amount of waste that had washed up around the island in the past few months.

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Whole Earth Organic Farming

By: Whole Earth Recycling on 21 September 2022

Whole Earth Organic Farm helps you save the planet (and enrich your soil), one onion skin at a time.

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BRCGS Global Standard Agents and Brokers Issue 3 Gains GFSI Recognition

By: The Consumer Goods Forum on 20 September 2022

The GFSI, The Consumer Goods Forum’s Coalition of Action on food safety, and BRCGS are pleased to announce that BRCGS Global Standard Agents and Brokers Issue 3 has successfully achieved recognition against GFSI Benchmarking Requirements v2020.

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Waste to food programme at the False Bay TVET College Khayelitsha Campus

By: False Bay TVET College on 20 September 2022

False Bay TVET College is proud to announce the re-establishment of the on-campus waste to food programme at the Khayelitsha campus. Great to see initiatives like this happening.

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Hygienic design auditing is coming

By: EHEDG on 19 September 2022

Hygienic design auditing is coming: BRC adopted GFSI Hygienic Design Benchmarking Requirements (JII) into its auditing standard

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New campaign calls for clearer food warning labels to empower South Africans to make healthy food choices

By: Healthier Living Alliance on 09 September 2022

New campaign calls for clearer food warning labels to empower South Africans to make healthy food choices.

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World Leukemia Day on 4th September

By: Campaigning for Cancer on 02 September 2022

Manage your fear by equipping yourself with knowledge, says Campaigning for Cancer CEO Lauren Pretorius

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AOAC Africa named global Section of the Year for 2022

By: AOAC International on 31 August 2022

AOAC INTERNATIONAL has recognised its Africa section with the award of 'Section of the Year' for 2022. Announcing the selection from among AOAC INTERNATIONAL’S 19 regional sections around the world, Global President Tony Lupo highlighted the Africa S

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Recycle responsibly – don’t be a wishcycler

By: Charlotte Metcalf - SANBWA on 31 August 2022

Each year, an estimated 800 to 1 000 new words are added to English language dictionaries. In 2021, one of those was ‘wishcycling’.

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RSA Group CEO announced as new IFPA Chairperson

By: International Fresh Produce Association on 31 August 2022

Jaco Oosthuizen, CEO of RSA Group, has been announced as the new chairperson of the International Fresh Produce Association Southern Africa Country Council, a position he will hold for the next three years.

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SSCI to Develop Benchmark for Environmental Sustainability Certification Schemes

By: Consumer Goods Forum on 26 August 2022

The Consumer Goods Forum’s (CGF) Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative (SSCI) is extending its sphere of influence to third-party environmental sustainability audit, monitoring, and certification schemes.

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Food plant gets certified with flying colours

By: BSI on 25 August 2022

Global food brand, Kerry, has lived up to its philosophy of Safety First, Quality Always with the awarding BRC Global Standard for Food Safety certification at its new Hammarsdale plant in KwaZulu Natal.

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Tiger Brands to rollout solar power at manufacturing sites

By: Tiger Brands on 25 August 2022

Additional energy efficiency initiatives aim to maximise efforts to reduce the company’s reliance on the national grid and minimise impact on the environment

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Consumer Goods Council gets legal interdict to stop seizures of plant-based meat products

By: Consumer Goods Council of South Africa on 23 August 2022

Both the DALRRD and the Food Safety Agency have been interdicted from implementing the seizures of meat analogue products from retail outlets around the country.

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JHB High Court orders temporary halt of plant-based meat product seizures

By: ProVeg South Africa on 22 August 2022

The plant-based food sector is celebrating a temporary win after urgent legal efforts on behalf of the industry at the Johannesburg High Court today proved successful in halting product seizures.

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Renowned certifier launches regenerative certification programme

By: A Greener World on 19 August 2022

A Greener World adds Certified Regenerative to its family of respected food labels, offering objective and professional verification for regenerative stewardship.

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DALRRD announces the suspension of all movement of cattle in the country due Foot-And-Mouth disease outbreak

By: DALRRD on 18 August 2022

Minister Didiza announces the decision to suspend all movement of cattle in the country due Foot-And-Mouth disease outbreak

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Health Department urges people to save lives through organ donation

By: Department of Health on 16 August 2022

Health Department urges people to save lives through organ donation

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Hostex 2022 the boost to the hospitality sector recovery

By: Hostex on 10 August 2022

Hostex_2022 was exactly what the hospitality industry needed. It was the secret ingredient that boosted recovery in our industry following the pandemic. Read all about it here, and watch this space for their next event.

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IFF Launches Culinary Design Center for Plant-based Food in Denmark

By: IFF on 10 August 2022

IFF announced the opening of its new Culinary Design Center, which provides specialized plant-based expertise to global cuisine creators

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Women instrumental to success of Africa’s largest retailer

By: Shoprite Group on 09 August 2022

The Shoprite Group was the first retailer to celebrate the enormous contribution of South African women to society when Government announced National Women’s Day in 1996

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Using Cloud ERP to mitigate sourcing challenges in procurement

By: SYSPRO on 03 August 2022

Paulo De Matos, Chief Product Officer at SYSPRO gives insights and tips on how manufacturers today can use Cloud ERP to manage current challenges and maintain competitive advantage.

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IFPA Conference – Building on the success of PMA's Fresh Connections

By: International Fresh Produce Association on 03 August 2022

PMA's Fresh Connections conference and expo are back this year, and although it has a new name, it will still be the same vibrant event as it has been for the past decade.

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Training on “Kosher” for the food industry offers unexpected benefits!

By: SAAFFI on 03 August 2022

SAAFFI’s recent online PSTC training, held on the 28th of July, was an informative and engaging event, on the topic of “The Ins & Outs of Kosher: Producing Kosher foods and other FMCG products”.

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The Proof is in the Packaging

By: Libstar on 22 July 2022

According to a 2021 Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) report, 45% of the available food supply in South Africa is wasted with 49% of the waste taking place in the processing and packaging stage.

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Feed sales reflect the true picture in South African poultry and livestock sectors

By: Animal Feed Manufacturers Association on 22 July 2022

AFMA recorded a 2,2% growth year-on-year in feed sales during its April 2021 to March 2022 statistical year. These sales amounted to 6,9 million tons, after a 1% year-on-year growth in the previous year.

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94 359 Litres of soup cooked in Chefs with Compassion Mandela Day Challenge

By: Chefs with Compassion on 21 July 2022

Target of 67 000 litres smashed as Chefs with Compassion serves 90 000 litres of soup for Mandela Day

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Cape Town environmental film festival to showcase link between our eating habits and climate change

By: ProVeg International on 21 July 2022

Local food awareness organisation ProVeg South Africa will host a two-week-long environmental film festival to educate, enlighten and entertain viewers about the link between our food choices and climate change

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Mandela Day: Agri SA and OneFarm Share partner to support 2022 target

By: Agri SA on 20 July 2022

As South Africans celebrate Mandela Day on Monday, 18 July 2022, Agri SA and OneFarm Share are pleased to announce a partnership to help assist South Africans vulnerable to food insecurity.

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IFPA Southern Africa Conference – An essential event for everyone in fresh produce

By: International Fresh Produce Association on 20 July 2022

The inaugural Southern Africa Conference hosted by the International Fresh Produce Association (IFPA) is set to take place from 17–18 August 2022 at the Century City Conference Centre, Century City, Cape Town, South Africa.

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AFSW 2022 brought together world-class African experts and scientists to improve public health and trade

By: NMISA on 18 July 2022

The 2nd Africa Food Safety Workshop was held which saw 270 delegates from across Africa participate in the week-long workshop where reliable analysis methods and inter-institutional cooperation were promoted to improve public health and food safety.

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KZN's 2022 Kwanalu young farmer of the year entries open

By: Kwanalu on 16 July 2022

The search for an exceptional farmer has begun as the KZN Agricultural Union, Kwanalu, embarks on its annual competition, the Kwanalu Young Farmer of the Year.

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Extension of operations at Tiger Brands’ Langeberg & Ashton canning fruit factory a welcome reprieve

By: Agri SA on 13 July 2022

Agri SA welcomes the announcement that Tiger Brands will extend operations at its canning factory in Ashton, Western Cape.

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South Africa adopts ISO Standard to guide use of social media in emergencies

By: SABS on 12 July 2022

The SABS has adopted the ISO 22329 standard that provides guidance on the use of social media during an emergency or crisis.

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South African Top Abalone Farm to Receive Special Friend of the Sea 2022 Sustainability Award

By: Friend of the Earth on 12 July 2022

Abagold, one of South Africa’s leading abalone farming companies, producing this highly valued luxury seafood, will receive the award on June 25th in recognition of their outstanding efforts to preserve and sustainably produce the species.

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GFSI Opens Stakeholder Consultation

By: GFSI on 08 July 2022

GFSI is opening a stakeholder consultation for Equitable Food Initiative issued on 7 July 2022.

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Barry Callebaut confirms no salmonella positive chocolate entered the retail food chain

By: Barry Callebaut on 07 July 2022

Based on internal investigation, Barry Callebaut confirms that no chocolate products affected by the salmonella-positive production lot in Wieze, Belgium, entered the retail food chain

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Finding the truth about ERP in real-world applications

By: SYSPRO on 02 July 2022

Never has there been a better time to deploy an Enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution than right now. However, as knowledge of this business software has grown, so too have the ERP misconceptions, which often reflect trade-offs and constraints

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SAMPA supports Dept of Agriculture concerns re plant-based product labelling

By: SAMPA on 01 July 2022

SAMPA supports the concerns raised by the DALRRD in respect of correct labelling of meat analogues, which are plant-based foods made to approximate the characteristics of meat

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A food system incubation program aims to tackle SA’s hunger crisis

By: Oribi on 01 July 2022

Local initiatives such as Oribi – an impact incubator, providing programmes for skills development, training & support of entrepreneurs – aims to highlight the importance of social entrepreneurship as a vehicle to solve SA’s hunger crisis

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Young Chefs and Bakers - Do you have what it takes to win your share of R110,000?

By: RCL Foods on 30 June 2022

A total of R110 000 is up for grabs in the RCL FOODS Young Chefs and Young Bakers competitions

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Appointment of Zinhle Tyikwe as Chief Executive Officer designate

By: Consumer Goods Council of South Africa on 29 June 2022

The Board of GS1 South Africa, trading as the Consumer Goods Council of South Africa, has after a selection process appointed Zinhle Tyikwe as Chief Executive Officer with effect from 01 July 2022.

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Ecolab unveils the Ecolab Global Intelligence Center

By: Ecolab on 24 June 2022

Ecolab Global Intelligence Center experts analyze data from IoT-connected systems to provide real-time monitoring and measurable results

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Plant-based brand, Fry Family Foods, responds to DALRRD

By: Fry Family Foods on 24 June 2022

The DALRRD announced restrictions on the naming convention adopted by plant-based meat alternatives.

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The war on plant-based foods erupts in South Africa

By: ProVeg International on 24 June 2022

The DALRRD has taken a major step backwards in the fight against climate change with an imposed ban on “meaty” names for plant-based meat alternatives.

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Former teacher now a doctor in conservation agriculture matters

By: Faculty of AgriSciences, Stellenbosch University on 24 June 2022

A former teacher is a recipient of the first dual degree between Stellenbosch University and Coventry University in the UK

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Over 2 billion plastic bottles recovered for recycling in SA

By: PETCO on 23 June 2022

Statistics from South Africa’s longest-standing plastics producer responsibility organisation indicate that the country’s PET plastic recycling rates are recovering after the lockdown regulations resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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PepsiCo Sub-Saharan Africa commits to reducing waste and greenhouse gas emissions to protect the environment

By: Pepsico on 23 June 2022

As part of celebrating World Environment Day, global food and beverage leader, PepsiCo is highlighting the strides it is making to advance the Positive Value Chain pillar of its PepsiCo Positive agenda

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Join the Mandela Day soup challenge and feed the hungry

By: Chefs with Compassion on 23 June 2022

Chefs with Compassion is launching its third annual #67000litre Mandela Day soup cooking challenge to home cooks, soup kitchens, corporates, and other compassionate South Africans, with the aim of smashing the target for the third time.

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Start-ups developing egg, seafood and chicken alternatives wanted

By: ProVeg South Africa on 22 June 2022

ProVeg Incubator opens up applications for upcoming cohort of alternative-protein startups

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Kelloggs separates company into 3 new businesses

By: Kelloggs on 21 June 2022

The Company plans to separate into three independent companies, by spinning off its U.S., Canadian, and Caribbean cereal and plant-based businesses

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UVMedico Africa launches human safe Ultra Violet disinfection

By: UV Medico Africa on 15 June 2022

UV Medico Africa recently announced their partnership with UV Medico as distributors of their range of products for the Southern African Development Community region.

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Student makes falafels to put spotlight on “orphan crop” pigeon pea

By: Stellenbosch University on 20 May 2022

MSc student Carla de Beer developed a dry premix using pigeon peas to make falafels and investigated the health benefits of this legume.

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CJ BIO Tackles Plastic Waste with New 5K Metric Ton PHA Facility

By: CJ BIO on 19 May 2022

CJ BIO Inaugurates 5,000 Metric Ton Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) Facility in Pasuruan, Indonesia

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SIZA Applies for SSCI Benchmarking

By: Consumer Goods Forum on 19 May 2022

The Consumer Goods Forum’s Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative (SSCI) has received a benchmarking application from SIZA.

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FDA encourages importation of safe infant formula and other flexibilities to further increase availability

By: Food & Drug Administration on 17 May 2022

The US FDA is announcing a guidance that outlines increased flexibilities regarding importation of certain infant formula products.

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The Consumer Goods Forum encourages participation in the Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative benchmarking process

By: Consumer Goods Forum on 13 May 2022

CEO members of CGF Board of Directors have published a statement encouraging relevant supply chain partners to undertake the Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative (SSCI) benchmarking process by the end of 2023.

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Kerry South Africa opens the largest and most advanced taste facility in Africa

By: Kerry Group on 12 May 2022

Kerry's new taste facility in KZN to drive economic growth by producing sustainable nutrition solutions for consumers across the continent

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GCC stepping up efforts to address food security challenges through Agri-Tech solutions

By: Oxford Business Group on 10 May 2022

Oxford Business Group and Arab Organisation for Agricultural Development team up for Covid-19 Response Report

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Supplier Development Specialist needed

By: Tenzing Marketing on 28 April 2022

Tenzing Marketing is looking for a Supplier Development Specialist to join their team for a 6-month fix term contract. The role is to work on the SPAR account only.

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EU Seminar on Agri-food Standards to explore benefits on safe EU food products

By: European Union on 26 April 2022

South Africans continues to gain greater access to the diverse range of European food and beverage products since the EU-South Africa Economic Partnership Agreement (SADC - EPA) was signed in June 2016.

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Heavy rainfall, road closures put strain on KZN’s agricultural sector

By: Kwanalu on 19 April 2022

The exportation of produce and importation of agricultural-related goods has been significantly affected by the recent severe weather conditions in KwaZulu-Natal

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Vika Shipalana joins SA Harvest board

By: SA Harvest on 19 April 2022

Entrepreneur and gamechanger Vika Shipalana has joined the board of SA Harvest, the food rescue, hunger relief and food activist organisation that has delivered an average of 645 000 meals per month to those in need since its inception in October 201

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ProVeg responds to latest IPCC report on climate change

By: ProVeg South Africa on 12 April 2022

The report categorically states that a reduction in meat consumption is a vital measure to tackle climate crisis.

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How ERP can give manufacturers and distributors the control they require across the supply chain

By: SYSPRO on 07 April 2022

Read more about some key supply chain challenges and how ERP supports businesses to gain the control they need in their operations while increasing efficiency and overall customer satisfaction | from SYSPRO.

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Mérieux NutriSciences enters South African pesticide market through acquisition of Hortec (Pty) Ltd

By: Meriuex NutriSciences on 31 March 2022

Mérieux NutriSciences South Africa has expanded its testing & consultancy capabilities in Southern Africa with the acquisition of 100% shareholding in Hortec (Pty) Ltd, a market leader in pesticide residue testing and consulting.

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Foot & mouth disease outbreak: Kwanalu emphasizes need for biosecurity and traceability

By: Kwanalu on 30 March 2022

Kwanalu has urged all livestock owners to adhere to Foot & Mouth Disease FMD controls and to implement biosecurity and traceability measures to prevent the spread following confirmed outbreaks in KZN, North West and Limpopo

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Synomics Achieves Key Milestone with Publication of First Peer Reviewed Study

By: Synomics on 28 March 2022

Synomics has passed a significant milestone with the publication of its first peer reviewed scientific paper in the industry relevant international journal Frontiers in Genetics

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Pick 'n Pay becomes SA’s first supermarket growing in-store vertical farms

By: Pick 'n Pay on 25 March 2022

Pick 'n Pay became the first retailer in South Africa to launch “vertical farms” in-store.

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Romer Labs® Introduces CytoQuant®, the Mobile Flow Cytometer

By: Romer Labs on 18 March 2022

Romer Labs, a leading provider of diagnostic solutions for the agricultural, food and feed industries, announced the global launch of CytoQuant®, the world’s first mobile flow cytometer.

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UN acknowledges link between animal welfare and environmental damage for the first time

By: ProVeg South Africa on 17 March 2022

The UN has acknowledged for the first time the link between animal welfare and environmental damage, in a game-changing resolution adopted last week.

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The role of ERP in bringing ROI to the manufacturing CFO

By: SYSPRO on 14 March 2022

Gone are the days where the manufacturing CFO was predominantly responsible for the back-office or accounting function. In today’s dynamic world, the CFO is a strategic navigator – responsible for steering the business through unchartered waters and

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Collo measures the quality of liquid processes in real-time

By: Collo on 04 March 2022

Collo’s new online measuring technology can detect nearly any change in liquid properties straight from the process in real-time.

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Creating a circular economy has to be more than a tick-box exercise

By: SaniTouch on 02 March 2022

Transitioning to a more circular economy has the potential to create value across all sectors of the economy, providing opportunities to decouple development from resource consumption.

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SQFI, a division of FMI, Appoints Prominent Food Safety Professional to Lead SQF Business Development

By: The Food Industry Association on 25 February 2022

FMI announced the appointment of Carey Allen to lead the business development efforts for the expanding food safety certification program, SQF.

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New Portfolio of Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry Consumables Assures Quality and Performance

By: Thermo Fisher Scientific on 22 February 2022

Thermo Scientific SureSTART consumables portfolio is designed for higher performance requirements while meeting customer budgets

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Entries invited for Africa supply chain excellence award

By: Africa Supply Chain Excellence Awards on 21 February 2022

Leading industry organisations have joined forces to launch the Africa Supply Chain Excellence Awards, which will recognise the vital role played by supply chain management and honour and celebrate the outstanding achievements of organisations and in

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Willowton Groups challenge to neighbouring industries to help clean up the Baynespruit River

By: Willowton Group on 11 February 2022

Willowton Group and a leader within the broader South African FMCG sector, is setting an important example for both industry and local communities with its commitment to a monthly clean-up of one of South Africa’s most polluted rivers, the Baynesprui

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International excellence in culinary education now available in Gqeberha

By: International Hotel School on 11 February 2022

The International Hotel School (IHS) is opening a new campus in Gqeberha in the Eastern Cape, which will be ready for Culinary students in March this year, PLUS Bursaries totaling R370 000 given to 10 local, aspiring chefs!

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KP cyber-attack won't be the last

By: GlobalData on 11 February 2022

Following recent news that KP Snacks will limit the size of orders to retailers after a ransomware attack, experts from Global Data give their views

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Your buying power can make the difference

By: Spar on 11 February 2022

As the end-users in the food value chain, you have the final say and here are four things that you can do to support our local farmers in 2022

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Upholding South Africa’s number one ranking in Africa for food safety

By: WWISE on 31 January 2022

Despite drought, uncertain trading conditions and some of the largest locust swarms ever seen in the country, South Africa continues to produce food that is not only of the highest quality, but the safest on the African continent as well.

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Certification provides assurance and is more than a test report

By: SABS on 28 January 2022

There is sometimes confusion creation where a SABS test report is confused with a ‘SABS Approved’ product. This release explains the difference between the two.

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Seafarm B.V. First Company To Achieve Certification Against ASC Flatfish Standard

By: SGS on 21 January 2022

Seafarm B.V. a recirculation turbot farm located in Zeeland, the Netherlands, is the first aquaculture facility in the world to achieve certification against the new ASC (Aquaculture Stewardship Council) Flatfish Standard.

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Cyber perils are the top South African business risk says Allianz Risk Barometer 2022

By: Allianz on 18 January 2022

Cyber perils are the biggest concern for companies globally, South Africa, Africa and Middle East and Nigeria in 2022, according to the Allianz Risk Barometer.

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Study links microplastic in human poo with inflammatory bowel disease

By: Bluewater on 12 January 2022

A potential link between microplastics and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has been flagged up by a new scientific study, reports Bluewater, a world leader in sustainable water and bottle solutions for homes, businesses and public dispensing.

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NEOGEN to Combine 3M’s Food Safety Business with its existing operations

By: Neogen on 15 December 2021

NEOGEN to Combine 3M’s Food Safety Business with its existing operations, Creating a Global Industry Leader

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The Dish on Fish

By: Food Focus on 14 December 2021

SPAR’s partnership with WWF SASSI gives shoppers the peace of mind that they are enjoying sustainably sourced seafood

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Flint Group packaging comments on current ink & coating supply chain challenges for India, Middle East & Africa

By: Flint Group on 14 December 2021

Flint Group Packaging, a leading provider of print consumables and equipment for the global packaging industry, has commented on the unprecedented supply chain volatility being experienced in its India, Middle East and Africa businesses.

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