Reports

Better Meat for Foodservice: 10 businesses rising to the challenge

In October 2021, Footprint published A Caterer’s Guide to Better Meat in association with RSPCA Assured. Based on expert insight, the report considered what ‘better’ meat looked like for the foodservice sector and how operators could integrate buying better into their sourcing policies. This report, Better Meat for Foodservice, again in association with RSPCA Assured, provides insight from…
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Footprint Intelligence – 10 Key insights on sustainable diets

The preview for the launch of 10 Key Insights on Sustainable Diets, in association with Nestlé Professional, will be held live on YouTube on Wednesday November 30th 2022 at 11am.This report is to be used in conjunction with 2018's Action on Sustainable Diets report, a best practice guideline for implementing diets that are good for people, planet and business…
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Ethnicity and Hospitality: time to deliver on diversity

A survey by not-for-profit Be Inclusive Hospitality published in June 2021 found high proportions of professionals from Black (53%), Asian (68%) and Mixed Ethnic groups (57%) reported experiencing racism in the workplace either individually or at a company level.

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Cutting Carbon in the Commercial kitchen in association with Meiko UK

This new guide, produced by Footprint Intelligence in association with Meiko UK, identifies creative ways that foodservice operators can meaningfully tackle carbon ‘back of house’ in foodservice operator environments to support the rapid reductions needed in emissions to meet UK and global climate goals.

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Footprint Drinks Industry ESG Trends report 2022

Welcome to the Drinks Industry ESG Trends Report 2022, produced in association with Pernod Ricard UK. It scans the horizon, identifying key trends and opportunities to help drinks industry leaders build their business, develop a proactive strategy, benchmark good practice and identify issues in need of greater attention. The world has shifted on its axis…
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Foodservice packaging: the pandemic, changing perceptions and future progress in association with kp

In March 2020 the Office for National Statistics (ONS) added reusable bottles and cups to its ‘inflation basket’ of goods for the first time. The decision reflected “a growing number of people switching away from single-use products”. More food brands were launching refill pilots and most had made public-facing commitments to tackle single-use plastic. Some were publishing their plastic packaging footprints for the first time and most were investing in ways to ensure all their disposable packaging was recyclable or compostable.

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