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This week’s CRA Trade Update includes news on Mexico’s proposed GM corn ban, President Biden’s meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and more, providing the most up-to-date analysis of domestic and international trade. Sign up for our Trade Update here.
CRA is thrilled to welcome Jamaica Gayle to the team! As CRA’s new Senior Manager of Sustainability, Jamaica will lead efforts to advance sustainability across food, agriculture, and plant-based product value chains. Learn more about Jamaica’s role at CRA and view her full bio here.
KEYNOTE BY HOUSE AG CHAIR GT THOMPSON
Registration for the Plant Based Product Council’s (PBPC) 2023 Annual Conference: Circular Solutions is open! On Mar. 27-29, 2023, PBPC will bring together industry leaders, policymakers, and other stakeholders to discuss today’s bioeconomy landscape and what lies ahead in Washington, D.C. Visit the PBPC website to learn more.
With a 2030 goal of 100% beneficial use of organic waste, CRA member Tate & Lyle set a marker of beneficially using 75% of waste by 2025. They recently announced that, as of the 2021 calendar year, they exceeded the goal by using 91% of their waste beneficially. Read more here.
CRA member Cargill, has been named a winner in the 2023 BIG Innovation Awards presented by the Business Intelligence Group. This annual business award recognizes organizations and people who bring new ideas to life in innovative ways. Read more here.
CRA and its member companies have long been committed to the advancement of diversity and inclusion, the safety and well-being of our employees, and addressing the environmental challenges or industry faces. We invite you to join CRA member Ingredion for a webinar on how they work with passionate entrepreneurs from underserved and under-represented communities by providing education and support. Learn more here.
Did you know German researchers are developing paint for cars that is derived from cornstarch and automatically repairs minor scratches? Learn more about our Kernel of Innovation.