Video Event Reports

Video: Engagement and Sustainability

  The Footprint Forum in October, turned it's attention to the issue of Stakeholder Engagement in Sustainability. Hear some of the comments from the speakers at the Forum and read the report here
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Video: Co-operative Sustainability Report – video summary

I spotted this video on the' Tube' and it "provides a brief introduction to The Co-operative's latest 'warts and all' Sustainability Report". The Report provides an open and honest account of Coop's sustainability performance, and ambitious targets for the future.  Triple bottom lines, a membership organisation, there's a co-operative revolution going on!  Our friends at…
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Video: Water Why Worry?

Hear the top line from speakers at the Footprint Forum. Water Scarcity, water management, water stewardship is fast becoming an essential part of sustainability policy - water is also becoming an ever increasing cost and an ever dwindling resource.
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Footprint Awards 2011 Headline Sponsor Nestlé

Neil Stephens from Nestle Professional talks about the entering the Footprint Awards 2011 and why it is important to recognise the efforts being made in sustainability in the Foodservice Industry. Neil also talks about how the future and how consumer awareness of sustainability issues Out of Home will play a part in customer choice. Get…
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Neil Whittall – Huhtamaki UK and Foodservice Packaging Association

Neil Whittall from Huhtamaki UK and the Foodservice Packaging Association speaks to Footprint Forum about the challenges in food packaging for the foodservice industry. It quickly becomes clear that the issues for food packaging and packaging waste are not straight forward and that you need a mindset that looks at recycling and upcycling potential for…
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Footprint Forum – An introduction to sustainability

Featuring interviews with speakers and panelists from the first Footprint Forum on Sustainability. Cyrus Todiwala, Chef Patron at Cafe Spice Nemaste give some key messages about the environment, sustainability and what the foodservice industry needs to get to grips with if the industry is to be sustainabile into the future. Also interviewed is Glenn Roberts…
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Game on for Glory

There are many benefits to serving game - it is British, wild, natural, free range, fully traceable and sustainable. It is also a healthy alternative to many red meats and the increasing growth in sales year on year proves that the demand is there from customers. And it is very cost effective as all cuts…
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Footprint Forum – Sustainable Sourcing – March 2010

In March 2010 the Footprint Forum - the leading Forum for debating sustainability issues in the Foodservice industry - was held at Brakes Innovation Centre in Central London. Hear comments from Neil Stephens of Nestle Professional, Ian Booth of Reynolds, James Armitage of Brakes, Lee Woodger of the NFU and more..
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