According to a new international survey commissioned by the Carbon Trust, two-thirds of consumers from the UK, US and Europe support carbon labelling on products.
Approved Food, the UK’s largest online retailer of surplus food and drink, is continuing to urge shoppers to only buy what they need in the run-up to this year’s Stop Food Waste Day on 29 April 2020.
Optimising yield and minimising wastage will remain central to JBT Liquid Foods’ plans for future business growth going forward.
Ecolean has signed a new agreement with EcoLine, the leading waste operator in Moscow, to establish a collecting and recycling point that serves over two million consumers.
Close the Loop wants to achieve a post-consumer glass container collection target of 90%, and ensure that this is recycled into the container glass production loop to come back as a new packaging.
Swapping the cartons for infinitely recyclable cans moves Jimmy’s closer to achieving its environmental aim of removing all plastic from packaging in 2020.
International relief and development agency Tearfund finds emissions produced from the open burning of Coca-Cola, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever’s plastic packaging is a major contribution to the climate emergency.