SunOpta shares on the rise... steps out of frozen fruit
... and packaging is playing a more diverse role in our industry. 📦
With the weekend upon us, many are returning home. Past weeks have been full of events, conferences and trade fairs. I have a feeling we’re going to see some exciting developments in the remainder of the year. Are you up for it?
Today’s Juice News
SunOpta Inc shares are trading higher by over 26% after the company disclosed Q3 FY23 preliminary results, asset sales, and CFO transition details. The company disclosed selling certain frozen fruit assets to Nature's Touch for $141 million. The move marks its exit from the frozen fruit business.
Ed Rigg launched Eager Drinks in 2007 and has been a staple of pubs ever since. He set out to combat the excessive refrigeration of juice that isn't fresh. He has recently started selling directly to consumers online.
Designed to captivate attention, SIG DomeMini encourages consumers to rethink their packaging choices, especially when it comes to sustainability. Beverage manufacturers also have the opportunity to choose a solution that puts significantly less plastic on the market and caters to the growing ‘paperization’ trend.
QL AG, an innovative food technology solutions company, today announced a new collaboration to develop dairy proteins with Ginkgo Bioworks, which is building the leading platform for cell programming and biosecurity. QL AG will tap into Ginkgo's extensive capabilities in strain engineering across multiple chassis organisms to support its goal of providing the market with high-quality nutritionally equivalent dairy proteins.
The updated advice has been based on the average lifetime exposure to CBD-containing food products, such as drinks, oils, sweets, bakery items or drops.
Satisfactory recoveries were obtained with tap water, apple juice, and tomato juice samples, demonstrating that the proposed sensor has potential for food and environmental analysis.