Peanut Butter is Saving Starving African Children

Peanut Butter is Saving Starving African Children

Americans consume on average over 1.5 billion pounds of peanut butter and peanut products annually, however for mal-nourished children in Africa, peanut butter is a ready-to-use therapeutic food that’s saving lives. Featured in the December issue of Food Nutrition & Science, Project Peanut Butter, a non-profit organization, works with children ages one-to-three years old providing […]

ColaLife Replaces Award-Winning Packaging

ColaLife Replaces Award-Winning Packaging

ColaLife, an organisation that delivers aid to developing countries using Coca-Cola’s distribution networks, is redesigning its packaging after it scooped a number of design awards this year. The original AidPod packs – also known as Kit Yamoyo – was designed by Pi Global as a wedge-shaped container that could carry anti-diarrhoea medicines and slot into […]

Hershey And Barry Callebaut Lag Industry In Addressing Child Labor

Hershey And Barry Callebaut Lag Industry In Addressing Child Labor

Based on data revealed by the Department of Labour’s Child Labour Cocoa Coordinating Group (CLCCG), the non-profit groups behind the Raise The Bar, Hershey campaign, concluded that while many companies have increased their commitments to reducing child labour in the communities they source from, others lag behind, notably Hershey and Barry Callebaut. This week the […]

Nestlé continues to unlock growth opportunities in Africa

Nestlé continues to unlock growth opportunities in Africa

Nestlé is continuing to unlock growth opportunities in Africa with the inauguration of its first factory in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The company has invested CHF 15 million in the factory in Kinshasa as part of its long-term efforts to better adapt its products to local tastes and nutritional needs. The site, which […]