Take it from Toyota – lean and green can cut costs

The first step is to identify different kinds of existing waste in the food production process, before classifying them and assessing how to eliminate them. ©iStock/TeamOktopus

Food processors could drive down costs by following the model designed by car manufacturer Toyota in the 1950s, according to a leading supply chain expert.

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A lack of political will is stalling action on obesity: McKinsey report author

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Firmenich weathers the vanilla supply storm with diversified sourcing

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OmegaIngredients launches sweetening flavour modifier in powder form

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Food flops in Sweden's Museum of Failure: When NPD goes seriously wrong

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MEPs water down rules on junk food advertising to kids

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Tate & Lyle launches 17 non-GMO starches

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Modified maize starch brings cost savings of 15%, says Ingredion

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