• India faces the double burden of malnutrition with high rates of undernutrition coexisting alongside increasing rates of obesity and NCDs. Steven Bartholomeusz, FIA's Policy Director, sits down with FoodNavigator Asia to share the major factors driving reformulation in India, as well as the hurdles that food companies in India encounter in accelerating their reformulation progress.
    17 Sep 2019
    What's Next for India's Reformulation Journey?
    India faces the double burden of malnutrition with high rates of undernutrition coexisting alongside increasing rates of obesity and NCDs. Steven Bartholomeusz, FIA's Policy Director, sits down with FoodNavigator Asia to share the major factors driving reformulation in India, as well as the hurdles that food companies in India encounter in accelerating their reformulation progress.
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  • With a third of all food produced for human consumption wasted each year, how can we create a supply chain that can meet our desires and minimise food waste? According to Alan Adams, Director of Sustainability at Sealed Air, essential food packaging is often the key to this challenge, where the solution lies in delivering food in the right quantity and with the right quality, with extended shelf life and enhanced food safety.
    10 Sep 2019
    Food Waste and the Unseen Opportunities in Packaging
    With a third of all food produced for human consumption wasted each year, how can we create a supply chain that can meet our desires and minimise food waste? According to Alan Adams, Director of Sustainability at Sealed Air, essential food packaging is often the key to this challenge, where the solution lies in delivering food in the right quantity and with the right quality, with extended shelf life and enhanced food safety.
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  • A new study by Food Industry Asia (FIA) and research firm IGD has found that a majority of consumers in India (99 per cent) are interested in adopting a healthy diet while more than eight in 10 (83 per cent) are happy for products to be reformulated as long as the product remains tasty.
    04 Sep 2019
    Study finds Indian Consumers Keen to Eat Healthier but will not Compromise on Taste
    A new study by Food Industry Asia (FIA) and research firm IGD has found that a majority of consumers in India (99 per cent) are interested in adopting a healthy diet while more than eight in 10 (83 per cent) are happy for products to be reformulated as long as the product remains tasty.
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  • FIA is pleased to introduce Amcor, F&N, Griffith Foods and Novozymes as the newest members of FIA’s network.
    27 Aug 2019
    More Global Food-Related Brands Join Food Industry Asia (FIA)
    FIA is pleased to introduce Amcor, F&N, Griffith Foods and Novozymes as the newest members of FIA’s network.
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  • The U.S. as well as other developed countries were taken by surprise when the Chinese government implemented a ban on the importation of recyclables on January 1, 2018. Chris Cui, Director of China Programs at Closed Loop Partners, share the recycling situation in the country after the ban.
    20 Aug 2019
    What's Going on in China: Recycling's Rise to Power
    The U.S. as well as other developed countries were taken by surprise when the Chinese government implemented a ban on the importation of recyclables on January 1, 2018. Chris Cui, Director of China Programs at Closed Loop Partners, share the recycling situation in the country after the ban.
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  • The Annual Roundtable on Food Innovation for Improved Nutrition (ARoFIIN) has been rebranded to now be known as evolve. The rebranded platform will look beyond addressing public health challenges and explore a wider array of activities, dialogues and partnerships to co-create and pilot holistic approaches that can deliver meaningful behaviour change, empowering healthy communities across Asia.
    13 Aug 2019
    ARoFIIN Rebranded: evolve
    The Annual Roundtable on Food Innovation for Improved Nutrition (ARoFIIN) has been rebranded to now be known as evolve. The rebranded platform will look beyond addressing public health challenges and explore a wider array of activities, dialogues and partnerships to co-create and pilot holistic approaches that can deliver meaningful behaviour change, empowering healthy communities across Asia.
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  • Innovative solutions to plastic pollution have emerged across Asia to cope with the growing piles of waste on land and in water. However, are they truly effective? It might be time to shift the focus to multi-stakeholder collaborations to tackle the root of the problem - poor waste management and the lack of proper regulatory frameworks.
    06 Aug 2019
    Addressing Asia's Plastic Waste Problem
    Innovative solutions to plastic pollution have emerged across Asia to cope with the growing piles of waste on land and in water. However, are they truly effective? It might be time to shift the focus to multi-stakeholder collaborations to tackle the root of the problem - poor waste management and the lack of proper regulatory frameworks.
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