‘We will not eat meat every day, but doing away with meat and animals completely would be the wrong choice’.
The Rainforest Alliance is strengthening its key Cocoa Certification Programme, delivering a major global initiative to drive more sustainable cocoa farming.
According to the WWF, the food we eat in the UK is linked to the threatened extinction of an estimated 33 species, including jaguars, giant anteaters and three-toed sloths.
The deal is linked to the progress Britvic makes against three sustainability targets. The better Britvic performs against these targets, the further the margin will reduce.
Together with some of Ceflex’s more than 140 industry partners, Syntegon Technology is developing the design guideline for flexible packaging as part of a circular economy roadmap.
A new report from Wunderman Thompson has identified the key trends in food and drink across the globe that are set to drive consumer behaviour in 2020.
A survey of c.4,000 UK adults found that when asked about climate-conscious actions, in almost every category, over-55s were most likely to be taking steps already.
Nestlé Waters has announced that its Swiss Henniez mineral water bottles will now be made from 75% recycled PET plastic, as opposed to the previous 30%.
Leading seafood industry figureheads will be lined up at the Scottish Seafood Summit in Aberdeen to share insights on the current seafood industry climate and look to the future.
The National Beef Association is demanding that UK beef production standards be recognised at the point of sale.
For the fourth time, Tetra Pak has been commended for its climate change efforts and action in driving for sustainable sourcing in its supply chain.
This represents a significant contribution to a reduction in food waste of 13.4% across the supply chain.