Learn more about Smithfield Foods’ industry-leading approach producing safe, high-quality foods in the Food Safety and Quality section of Smithfield’s 2017 Sustainability Report, including the company’s innovative new products and millions invested in facility upgrades.
Deep in a Swiss lab, these chocolate bars are primed to save tons of packaging.
It might sound like the indoor farm of a chocoholic’s fantasies, but this is not a magic recipe for cultivating ready-made confectionery. What’s being propagated here is knowledge. Knowledge that could ultimately help save tons of packaging every year. Here’s why: some products are more sensitive than others to elements such as moisture, oxygen and light. Not enough is known about the extent to which these factors affect sensitive products over the course of their shelf lives.
At a Vancouver International Film Festival luncheon on October 7, The X-Files creator Chris Carter accepted the festival's 2016 Industry Builder Award for his role in leading efforts behind the scenes to make production as environmentally sustainable as possible.
I think I was about ten years old when Greek and Roman mythology first caught my attention. I’ve always enjoyed good stories, and when you set those stories in distant lands a long time ago and add in a dose of supernatural powers, I’m likely to get sucked in. Heck, that formula worked pretty darn well with Star Wars (and no, I don’t intend to keep referencing Skywalker and Friends in nearly every post – this is the last one for a while, I promise).
Cheap oil should be good economic medicine for almost anybody who isn't trying to sell the stuff. Yet only one country has been able to take full advantage of the 14-month collapse in the price of crude: the U.S.