Our newsletter keeps you up to date on the latest developments in the field of sustainability in the agri-food sector. We will also keep you informed about interesting projects, training and courses. We publish our newsletter up to six times a year.
ur current eating habits have a negative impact on the climate and the planet. Seaweed could be a promising ingredient for this, since it does not require additional nutrients or water to grow. The ProSeaweed programme investigates whether seaweed could be a healthy and sustainable food source for people and animals.
In January this year, we completed an exciting project for GIZ– Germany’s leading provider of international cooperation services, which took us to West Africa to explore the environmental footprint of rice and […]
The difference between the environmental profiles of sugar obtained from sugar beet and sugar cane is a much debated issue. Suiker Unie wanted to obtain a better understanding of the environmental performance […]
Are you looking to help international companies, governments and civil society organisations develop sustainable food supply chains? We are expanding our ambitious team with a Sustainability Consultant, Senior Sustainability Consultant and a […]
On 14 May 2019 we organise a training ‘Footprinting in the animal production sector. This training is a perfect start to gain a better understanding of carbon and environmental footprinting in this […]
The current climate policy takes too narrow an approach and is missing out on opportunities. We concentrate our discussion here on the production and consumption of food, but parallels can be found […]
We develop several LCA databases of feed ingredients. On regular basis we receive questions from companies, branch organisations and other organisations about the differences between these databases. We are happy to share […]