In these times of climate marches and protests, the call for ecologically responsible and sustainable business is growing louder and louder. The impact of companies on the environment and their surroundings is part of this discussion. Through continuous research, investments and self-improvement, Mulder Breakfast Cereals is committed to reducing its ecological footprint and its impact on the immediate environment.
(Endurance) athletes can benefit from the consumption of protein, but they are not the only ones. A growing number of people is aware that a healthy nutrition contributes to the general health. Weight management is an important factor in this regard. Protein is not only responsible for a rapid feeling of satiety, it also postpones hunger.
As we often don’t have time to eat at the breakfast table during the week, breakfast on-the-go solutions were created. The common denominator is that they require little or no preparation, you can take them with you and eat them standing or in movement. At Mulder Natural Foods these market trends are also picked up. Convenient cups to which you can add milk or yogurt, little bags in snacking portions…
DLG confirms sustainable quality performance ‑ prize awarded in Cologne
(DLG). Mulder Natural Foods N.V. from Roeselare was awarded the “Award for long-term product quality” by the DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft) for the third time for sustainable product quality in Cologne. The expert jury was convinced by the continuous quality performance of the company during the international DLG quality tests for cereals.
Not only the ecological aspect, in other words limiting the negative impact on the environment, plays a role in sustainable business. The social and economic context are also of importance: fair trade, a humane work environment, healthy food,…
Consumer demand for sustainable products grows every day and Mulder Natural Foods wishes to join consumers in their quest for sustainability.
Consumers attach more and more importance to a healthy and balanced diet. And there’s no way around it, sugar no longer fits into this picture. An excessive sugar intake is linked to, among other things, obesity, diabetes and bad teeth. In short, sugar is an enemy of public health. Sugar reduction and the search for sugar substitutes is therefore a real trend within the food industry. In fact, it is a trend that is also supported and strengthened by the government.