Deliveroo

  • Foodservice Footprint FPT2014019-e1508684158473 2018 Footprint Awards Shortlist of Sustainability Elite Announced Foodservice News and Information Out of Home sector news  WRAP Winnow Waterscan Waste Prevention & Waste Management Award W.K.Thomas Veris Strategies at Westfield Vegware University of Brighton Toasty Products Thomas’s Battersea Sustainable Use of Natural Resources Award Sustainable Supplier Award Sustainable Catering Equipment Manufacturer Award Sustainability in Education Award Stakeholder Engagement Award Sodexo UK & Ireland Social Impact & Diversity Award Sambazon Paper Cup Recovery & Recycling Group news-email National Trust Mondelez International Meiko UK Mars Foods M&J Seafoods LeanPath UK Kuehne+Nagel KFC UK&I Innovations in Packaging Award Innocent Drinks Hoshizaki UK Ltd Hobart UK Greene King Fundamentally Sustainable Food Energy Efficiency Award Elior UK Economic Sustainability Award Deliveroo Cup Print Coca-Cola European Partners Chartwells at Oxford Brookes University Bunzl Catering Supplies Brookwood bidfood Adande Refrigeration

    2018 Footprint Awards Shortlist of Sustainability Elite Announced

    The shortlist for Footprint Awards is announced, revealing the foodservice and hospitality sector’s leading responsible business initiatives. Footprint Awards remains the only initiative to honour the achievements of companies in the area of sustainability and responsible business practice in the… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint F42-Behind-the-headlines Labour win for Deliveroo Foodservice News and Information Out of Home sector news  news-email Deliveroo

    Labour win for Deliveroo

    The Central Arbitration Committee has ruled that Deliveroo riders are self-employed, so the company has no legal obligation to pay the minimum wage or holiday pay. The CAC admitted there are “clearly concerns about the precarious nature of the work… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint F42-Behind-the-headlines Backlash over workers' rights Behind the Headlines  UBEREats Tom Idle Frank Field Deliveroo

    Backlash over workers’ rights

    Amazon, Sports Direct and ‘gig economy’ firms such as Deliveroo and UberEATS are seeing their reputations suffer after accusations of labour exploitation. By Tom Idle. There is nothing like a piece of legislation to focus the minds of corporate executives.… Read More