Food and Beverage
Last week, Amazon announced the release of its AWS IoT Button, which the company hopes will make bespoke IoT automation easier to implement for mainstream users.
Britain’s business leaders marked the 30-day countdown to the International Festival for Business 2016 yesterday evening (May 17) at an exclusive showcase at BT Tower.
Alcoholic beverage company, Diageo, has partnered with the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) to provide clean drinking water to thousands of victims of the devastating earthquake that struck Ecuador on April 16.
Global packaging manufacturer Ardagh Group has agreed to acquire metal beverage can manufacturing assets in Europe, Brazil and the US from fellow manufacturing giants Ball Corporation and Rexam for $3.42bn (£2.36bn).
Australian consumer watchdog, the ACCC, has approved the Australian component of the gargantuan US$106bn (£73bn) Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) takeover of SABMiller.
California Governor, Jerry Brown, yesterday signed a bill to raise the sales age of all nicotine and tobacco products sold in the state to 21 years old.
Mars Food has announced a new global health programme which aims to promote healthier food choices and to encourage consumers to cook and share healthier meals.
Ten teams of US high school students have competed to create a meal that is truly out of this world.
Global soft drink giant PepsiCo released its first quarter results for 2016 this week revealing that it is currently receiving less than 25% of its global sales from carbonated soft drinks.
Industrial automation has been around for decades, but up until recently its use in indoor agriculture has been minimal.