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Nestlé UK & Ireland is launching a new range of its YES! snack bars, with each bar containing 10 grams of plant protein from a delicious combination of nuts and peas.
Mondelēz International is continuing its strong track record of offering more portion control options for consumers by voluntarily committing to bring all its Cadbury chocolate bars sold as part of a multipack under 200 calories by the end of 2021.
In partnership with Boardwalk Frozen Treats, LLC, fairlife is extending its dairy nutrition credentials to the $14 billion ice cream category, the company’s first venture away from beverage-related products and into frozen desserts.
Diageo, makers of Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff and Guinness, has created the world’s first ever 100% plastic free paper-based spirits bottle, made entirely from sustainably sourced wood.
Having become the first supermarket to sell “teenage” pullet eggs, Waitrose is now introducing a minimum net weight packaging model across its exclusive own label British Blacktail eggs - a move that the supermarket estimates will provide up to half a million additional eggs onto its shelves every year.
Nestlé Waters North America has announced that three more of its U.S. domestic still water brands, Ozarka, Deer Park and Zephyrhills, have started to convert their packaging to 100% recycled plastic.