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Suspension of shipments following mad cow cases threatens $4bn a year trade
Portfolio of sustainability champion’s new firm includes insect protein and vertical farming
Kwarteng submits formal proposal to Treasury on loans and other support after Johnson calls end to dispute
From garlic-infused pellets to face masks — the lengths employed by farmers to cut greenhouse gas emissions
Group seeks to capitalise on changing diets and consumer worries about carbon emissions
Being promoted as a sustainable protein of the future, but can enough lab-grown meat be made to feed the world?
French supplier warns droughts and wet harvests have led to ‘unprecedented situation’
Carbon dioxide crunch exposes fragility of food supply chain
Nippon Gases says its supplies have fallen 50 per cent across region
Agreement on averting food industry crisis spurs resumption of production
Fallout spreads from fertiliser makers and energy suppliers to meat and drink sectors
House of Lords fails to amend legislation to limit products linked to deforestation in food supply chains
Most polluting sectors such as dairy receive most state support, while health and environment costs total $12tn a year
Energy companies tap into vegetable oil and fat supplies in pursuit of renewables targets
Prices jump after strict lockdown rules cause problems getting beans out of the country
Nutella maker’s push to shorten its supply chain stokes environmental backlash in rural communities
Products from coffee to oranges affected by drought and chilly temperatures
Chief executive defends financial reporting in response to hedge fund claims
First increase in food insecurity in Europe and North America since UN data began in 2014
Judge says no evidence of confusion among consumers between the two oat milk brands
House prices are increasing in almost every major economy in the wake of the pandemic
Metrics and benchmarks aim to help banks and investors engage with companies that will not damage the planet
Changing temperatures across the globe are shifting the seasons and the crops that farmers can grow
Freezing temperatures in country’s largest growing regions raise concerns over next year’s crop
Increase of 320m who lost access to adequate nutrition last year is equal to previous five years combined, says UN