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The topic of plastics has turned into nothing short of a global movement. As a result, the packaging landscape is changing – with sustainability and recyclability being important drivers – and with it the role of manufacturers.
It’s been called the environmental issue of our century, however there are concrete steps we can take to shore up water insecurity and better use – and reuse – this precious resource.
As crops become more resistant to synthetic pesticides and pressure mounts regarding their effect on our health and the environment, the race is on to bring biopesticides to market that are effective at scale, affordable and can ensure future food security.
Dairy farming and farmers are having to adapt to changing conditions not only at an economic, but also at an environmental, socio-cultural and consumer level. Building resilience at the cow, farm and sector level will be important for future-proofing this important and evolving agri-business sector.
Aligning on-the-go lifestyles with convenience and the desire for healthy food and beverages can be a challenge. Add to that a lack of an end-to-end cold chain and the task might seem insurmountable. Fortunately, aseptic technology is making it possible for more consumers to enjoy healthy, including dairy-based drinks – once only possible in places where refrigeration was widely available.
Side streams constitute the resulting biomass generated during production processes, much of which is still treated as waste. GEA is engaged with key partners in the EU to develop new ways to valorize fruit and vegetable residues by turning them into much sought-after functional proteins and other bioactive ingredients for use across diverse applications.
Powerful things often come in small packages and nanosized molecules are some of the smallest. Demand for carbon nanotubes and graphene-based materials is on the rise given the highly specialized, value-add role they play in diverse applications, including electronics, smart clothing and in safeguarding the environment, particularly our waters.
There was a time when the phrases ‘non-alcoholic beer’ and ‘tastes good’ were seldom used together in the same sentence, particularly by consumers. But low-proof and alcohol-free beers have come a long way – many of them now refreshing drinks in their own right – thanks in no small part to technology from GEA.
Start-ups provide the needed momentum and flexibility required in many fast-moving industries. The give and take between investors, mature companies and entrepreneurs provides a win-win for all stakeholders, bringing game-changing solutions and products to customers quicker and more efficiently.
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