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  • Foodservice Footprint Waste-Watch-2 Food businesses stress dangers of ‘hard Brexit’ Grocery sector news updates Out of Home sector news  Sainsbury's NFU news-email Meurig hard brexit Dairy Crest Cargill Apetito

    Food businesses stress dangers of ‘hard Brexit’

    Businesses across the food supply chain have joined forces to warn the government against the risks of a ‘hard Brexit’ for the UK’s food and farming competitiveness. In a letter to The Times, the group that includes Sainsbury’s, Apetito, Dairy… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint Biffa-serves-up-food-waste-recycling-for-Wetherspoons Last throw of the dice for voluntary deals? Behind the Headlines  WRAP Sodexo Pizza Hut OCS KFC HaFSA Greene King Retail Courtauld 2025 Compass Bidvest Apetito

    Last throw of the dice for voluntary deals?

    The Courtauld Commitment is targeting big cuts in waste across the food industry, but if it fails then legislators may step in. By David Burrows. A lot rests on Courtauld 2025. The new food industry super-agreement aims to save £20… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint P6-1 Waste agreements merged into new Courtauld 2025 scheme Grocery sector news updates Out of Home sector news  WRAP Sodexo UK & Ireland Pizza Hut news-email KFC HaFSA Greene King Retail Courtauld Agreement Courtauld 2025 Compass Bidvest BHA Apetito

    Waste agreements merged into new Courtauld 2025 scheme

    Wrap has unveiled a voluntary agreement that will “transform” the UK food and drink industry. Courtauld 2025 will replace both the Hospitality and Foodservice Agreement (HaFSA) on waste and the Courtauld Commitment followed by retailers and manufacturers since 2005. The… Read More

  • Apetito joins ethical trading initiative

    APETITO HAS joined the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) to support worker rights around the globe. The company, which provides frozen meals to hospitals, care homes and local authorities, has said it is committed to improving working conditions throughout their supply… Read More

  • More horsemeat findings possible

    SAMPLING OF THE first and second phases of the Food Standards Agency’s UK-wide survey of beef products has been completed and the initial test results published today.   The results show that 212 of the 224 samples taken in phase… Read More