ZOA Energy launches 12-ounce cans to expand energy drink lineup

ZOA Energy has reportedly launched 12-ounce cans and expanded its product line in the pre-workout supplement category. This move comes after the company became the market’s fastest-growing energy drink. The 12-ounce cans seem to be a strategic and innovative move by the brand as it offers hea

Ukraine crisis sparks risk of malnutrition in North Africa & Middle East

The nutritional status of children in North Africa and the Middle East is expected to worsen amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine causing a hike in food prices. Disruption in imports caused by the war is resulting in a shortage of food at a time of rising prices of essential commodities, including

NUTRO launches ‘So Simple’ to offer uncomplicated, healthy meals for dogs

NUTRO, a leading producer of nutritious dog food, has reportedly launched its latest product range NUTRO So Simple. The new food line is a healthy and simple substitute to increasingly complex dog food options as NUTRO So Simple products offer snacks and flavorful meals by using only a handful of t

Hyundai joins Aramco for e-fuel and ultra lean-burn engine development

South Korean auto giant, Hyundai Motor Corp, and Saudi Aramco have reportedly teamed up for developing an advanced fuel that can be used in an ultra lean-burn spark-ignition engine. The two enterprises will be joined by the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia

Tyson Foods launches IT hub in Europe; aims to stir job prospects

Tyson Foods inaugurates new IT Hub in Europe which will spark new technology employment opportunities Tyson Foods, the second largest global marketer and processor of beef, chicken, and pork, has announced the launch of a new Information Technology (IT) hub in Portugal and Lisbon which will expect

Russia-Ukraine war could result in food riots in poor nations: WTO Boss

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, World Trade Organization (WTO) Director-General, said that a spike in food price due to the Russia-Ukraine war could result in riots from people experiencing food shortages in developing countries. The World Trade Organization general director warned food-producing countries to

WHO launches mental health recovery program for children in Europe

COVID-19 pandemic has left traces of underlying mental and health issues in both adults and children. To this end, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Regional Office for Europe along with the Greek government will reportedly support and encourage the quality of mental health care for adoles

Millions suffer as Horn of Africa experiences severe drought

The east African countries of Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia, are reportedly on the ‘brink of catastrophe’ as the region faces yet another unusually long and severe drought, causing as many as 20 million people to suffer from food shortage and extreme hardship. With three rainy

HSBC announces sale of Greek branches; aims to invest $6Bn in Asia

HSBC is all set to announce the sale of its retail banks in Greece as the bank chain plans to double down on its operations in Asia, which, as per the sources, is the lender’s biggest market. As per credible reports, the deal with the regional lender- Pacreta Bank- is a part of a broader five