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Money to burn

ENERGY COSTS for UK caterers could rise by 20% to over £920m by 2020, so why are they wasting so much?                      The Carbon Trust has revealed that caterers could save 3p per meal on energy as it launches a Cut Costs and Carbon Calculator (first…
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An innocent smoothie with David Bentley

THE FCSI’s chair has been keen to forge closer links with other foodservice and associated trade associations to help tackle an issue that his members say some caterers still aren’t taking seriously enough – sustainability.                           David Burrows (DB): Good morning David. First…
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CESA and CEDA join to meet sustainability challenges

THE TWO leading trade associations representing catering equipment manufacturers and distributors have announced plans to work more closely together to drive down the sector’s carbon footprint.                     CESA, the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association, and CEDA, the Catering Equipment Distributors Association, have met regularly over many years…
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New food waste guide

FOODSERVICE OPERATORS in Scotland will soon have a new guide designed to show them how to cut food waste in their operations.   The guide will look at ways of reducing this food waste at source and will cover all relevant aspects of food waste management, including legislation and the equipment solutions available.   From…
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Caterers call for clearer product energy labels

CATERING SUPPLIERS believe that sustainability will deliver a major boost to business in the next three years, according to research conducted by CESA, the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association.                   However, many in the industry also want a common standard to benchmark lifetime energy savings so they can…
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Food security and local sourcing key future trends says FCSI

LESS THAN half of consultants believe that caterers are taking sustainability seriously. That’s according to FCSI UK & Ireland’s first insight report - A Taste of the Future – which launched today, giving a look into the future of foodservice.                     The report reveals that sustainability,…
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