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Grievous policy harm

If not checked, forthcoming government policies passed on directly to consumers would increase the price of food and drink shopping per household by more than £160/year.

Roadmap and conquer

The FoodDrinkEurope commissioned roadmap on decarbonisation assesses the climate impact of the European food and drink manufacturing sector and sets out some of the available pathways for decarbonisation.

Sustainable minds

My plate has been piled high lately with the main dish being sustainability, the sides are changes consumers want to see in the world, and the ingredients are actions industry can take. The articles cooked up for me relate to food, nutrition, and the environment. Whether you’re interested in seeing a shift in the way […]

Aussie rules

The trade deal is a chance post-Brexit to establish lines of communication among consumers, farmers and food retailers.

Carbon call

The failure to deal with carbon emissions has incurred a vast debt that will now have to be repaid with interest. Will a carbon food tax happen?

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Filling up on food and drink

Food and drink manufacturers are reacting and meeting the expectations of their consumers for authentic, healthy, better-for-you products that fit in with their lifestyles.

A marker we can’t refuse

The findings of a recent study from University of Glasgow that vegetarians have healthier levels of disease markers than meat-eaters offer real food for thought.

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