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  • Morrisons to Introduce Plastic-free Fruit and Veg Areas to Help Customers Buy Bagless Morrisons is to become the first British supermarket to roll-out plastic free fruit and veg areas in many of its stores. Customers will be able to choose from up to 127 varieties of fruit and veg – and buy them loose or put them in recyclable paper bags. The move follows a ten-month trial in three [...]...
  • UK Ethical Food and Drinks Sales Hit £8.2 Billion British consumers are increasingly eating with a conscience as latest research from Mintel reveals that last year the nation spent £8.2 billion on ethical food and drink, including organic, Fairtrade, Rainforest Alliance and Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified products. Over the past five years, sales of ethical food and drink have shot up by 43% [...]...
  • Guardians of Grub Crusade to Beat Food Waste A bold new industry campaign has been launched to tackle nearly £3 billion worth of food that is wasted every year across the entire UK hospitality and food service sector, of which 75% could have been eaten. The Guardians of Grub campaign was developed by WRAP as part of its ambitious work to cut food [...]...
  • Olleco Awarded Royal Warrant ABP Renewables Division, Olleco, the UK’s leading supplier of cooking oils and collector of used cooking oils, has become the first dedicated circular economy company to be granted a Royal Warrant by Her Majesty The Queen. The Warrant recognises the company’s work to create a ‘closed loop’ solution for the Royal Household. Olleco supplies fresh, sustainable [...]...
  • ‘Changing Tides’ to Drive Scotland’s Seafood Growth Ambitions Seafood Scotland has launched ‘Changing Tides’ – a strategic action plan designed to be a catalyst for change in Scotland’s seafood sector. The action plan is designed to deliver a strategy for the growth of the Scottish seafood sector. The strategic plan for collaboration, sustainable change and growth fits within Scotland Food & Drink ‘Ambition [...]...

Morrisons to Introduce Plastic-free Fruit and Veg Areas to Help Customers Buy Bagless

    Morrisons to Introduce Plastic-free Fruit and Veg Areas to Help Customers Buy Bagless

Morrisons is to become the first British supermarket to roll-out plastic free fruit and veg areas in many of its stores. Customers will be able to choose from up to 127 varieties of fruit and veg – and buy them loose or put them in recyclable paper bags.

The move follows a ten-month trial in three […]

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UK Ethical Food and Drinks Sales Hit £8.2 Billion

    UK Ethical Food and Drinks Sales Hit £8.2 Billion

British consumers are increasingly eating with a conscience as latest research from Mintel reveals that last year the nation spent £8.2 billion on ethical food and drink, including organic, Fairtrade, Rainforest Alliance and Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified products. Over the past five years, sales of ethical food and drink have shot up by 43% […]

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Guardians of Grub Crusade to Beat Food Waste

    Guardians of Grub Crusade to Beat Food Waste

A bold new industry campaign has been launched to tackle nearly £3 billion worth of food that is wasted every year across the entire UK hospitality and food service sector, of which 75% could have been eaten. The Guardians of Grub campaign was developed by WRAP as part of its ambitious work to cut food […]

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Olleco Awarded Royal Warrant

    Olleco Awarded Royal Warrant

ABP Renewables Division, Olleco, the UK’s leading supplier of cooking oils and collector of used cooking oils, has become the first dedicated circular economy company to be granted a Royal Warrant by Her Majesty The Queen. The Warrant recognises the company’s work to create a ‘closed loop’ solution for the Royal Household.
Olleco supplies fresh, sustainable […]

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‘Changing Tides’ to Drive Scotland’s Seafood Growth Ambitions

    ‘Changing Tides’ to Drive Scotland’s Seafood Growth Ambitions

Seafood Scotland has launched ‘Changing Tides’ – a strategic action plan designed to be a catalyst for change in Scotland’s seafood sector. The action plan is designed to deliver a strategy for the growth of the Scottish seafood sector. The strategic plan for collaboration, sustainable change and growth fits within Scotland Food & Drink ‘Ambition […]

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Mondelēz International Announces Winners of First ‘Future of Snacking’ Awards

    Mondelēz International Announces Winners of First ‘Future of Snacking’ Awards

Mondelēz International’s global innovation and venture hub, SnackFutures, has recognized two start-ups for their innovative snacking solutions to help support a healthier planet, at the recent Seeds & Chips annual Global Innovation Summit in Milan. The sustainable snacking competition was held as part of SnackFutures’ mission to create snacks that are good for people, kind […]

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Organic Waste Heavyweights Collaborate in Sophisticated Aerobic Digestion Projects

    Organic Waste Heavyweights Collaborate in Sophisticated Aerobic Digestion Projects

A UK engineering company specialising in the scientific bio-degradation of waste has formed a partnership with UNTHA shredding technology, to roll out a sophisticated aerobic digestion solution for a selection of mixed waste streams. Bath-headquartered Advetec has treated a variety of waste and effluent, since it was established in 2000. But keen to develop a […]

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European Commission Adopts Common Methodology to Measure Food Waste Across the EU

    European Commission Adopts Common Methodology to Measure Food Waste Across the EU

Each year around 20% of food produced in the EU is lost or wasted, causing unacceptable social, environmental and economic harm. The EU is committed to solving this problem and putting its food system onto a sustainable path. To be able to take effective action, we need more data on food waste than we currently […]

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IFFA 2019 to Show Ways to Greater Sustainability in the Meat Industry

    IFFA 2019 to Show Ways to Greater Sustainability in the Meat Industry

Sustainability in terms of resource usage and the employment of energy-efficient processes along the entire value chain is one of the foremost challenges of our time. And this applies to the meat-processing industry, too. Intelligent control and automation technology, energy-saving drive systems, compressors, ventilators and pumps rank among the classic solutions for improving energy and […]

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Milk & More Invests in UK’s Biggest Electric Fleet

    Milk & More Invests in UK’s Biggest Electric Fleet

Milk & More, which is part of Müller UK & Ireland, is set to become the largest operator of electric vehicles in the UK. The country’s largest doorstep delivery service has announced that it is rolling out 160 new environmentally friendly electric delivery vehicles, taking its fleet to just over 500 by May 2019.
The new […]

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One Size Doesn’t Fit All When it Comes to More Sustainable Packaging

    One Size Doesn’t Fit All When it Comes to More Sustainable Packaging

Sustainability is complicated, and when it comes to packaging, it can manifest itself in many ways and on many levels. Most consumers want ‘to do the right thing’ but as feedback from trade event ProSweets19 showed, they often lack understanding about the complexities of materials composition, when paper or plastic is the best option, and […]

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Plastics Action Alliance Sets Targets to Achieve Sustainable Reduction in Use of Plastic in Ireland

    Plastics Action Alliance Sets Targets to Achieve Sustainable Reduction in Use of Plastic in Ireland

Plastics Action Alliance, the recently formed group that comprises of 11 leading agricultural processing and food businesses in Ireland, has set out its key objectives. The industry leading group aims to significantly reducing the use of plastic packaging across its members’ operations.
Formed at the end of 2018, the Plastics Action Alliance is a collaboration that […]

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Guinness Removes Plastic Packaging From its Beer Packs

    Guinness Removes Plastic Packaging From its Beer Packs

Plastic ring carriers and shrink wrap will be removed from multipacks of Diageo’s beer brands including Guinness, Harp and Smithwick’s. Diageo is investing £16 million to reduce the amount of plastics used in its beer packaging, which will see:

The introduction of 100% recyclable and biodegradable cardboard to replace plastic
A reduction of plastic waste that is […]

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Cargill Launches World’s First Coatings and Fillings Using Sustainably Sourced Coconut Oil

    Cargill Launches World’s First Coatings and Fillings Using Sustainably Sourced Coconut Oil

Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business is the first company to use Rainforest Alliance Certified coconut oil sourced through a mass balance* model as an ingredient in its coatings and fillings – responding to consumers’ growing demands for sustainably sourced ingredients.
Inge Demeyere, managing director of Cargill’s chocolate activities in Europe explains the thinking behind this development: “The demand from consumers […]

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Finns Rank Valio as Most Sustainable Brand For the 6th Time

    Finns Rank Valio as Most Sustainable Brand For the 6th Time

Valio is the most sustainable brand in Finland for the sixth consecutive year, if you ask consumers. The 2019 Sustainable Brand Index survey measured the sustainability of European and Finnish brands.

According to the consumers participating in the survey, the best things about Valio are its Finnish milk, its attention to animal welfare, and its environmentally […]

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Research Reveals Consumer Demand For Climate Change Labelling

    Research Reveals Consumer Demand For Climate Change Labelling

Two-thirds (67%) of consumers support the idea of a recognisable carbon label to demonstrate that products have been made with a commitment to measuring and reducing their carbon footprint, according to new international research released by the Carbon Trust.
The YouGov study of more than 9,000 consumers, across the USA, UK, Italy, Canada, Spain, the Netherlands […]

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Vertical ‘Container Farms’ Can Produce Bigger and Better Natural Crops

    Vertical ‘Container Farms’ Can Produce Bigger and Better Natural Crops

Two vertical ‘container farms’ capable of producing natural crops which are more nutritious, have far bigger yields – and are ready to harvest in at least half the time – have been created by Nottingham Trent University. The farms, thought to be the first of their kind in the UK and housed inside two converted […]

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Vitafoods Europe 2019 – Guiding the Industry to a More Sustainable Future

    Vitafoods Europe 2019 – Guiding the Industry to a More Sustainable Future

As environmental awareness reaches new heights and the world’s population continues to rise, the issue of providing sustainable foods which also offer a high nutritional value is set to grow, in both importance and complexity, over the next decade. It is with these considerations in mind that Vitafoods Europe 2019 has developed its agenda. The […]

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Danish Crown’s Sustainability Goals are Now Set

    Danish Crown’s Sustainability Goals are Now Set

Danish Crown is going to build a position for itself as the world’s leading producer of sustainable meat. This will be achieved by halving the company’s climate footprint per kilogramme of pork by 2030, the vision being a completely climate-neutral value chain by 2050.
According to climate scientists worldwide, meat is a big challenge for the […]

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Arla Foods Aims For Carbon Net Zero Dairy

    Arla Foods Aims For Carbon Net Zero Dairy

Arla Foods and its 10,300 farmer owners have launched their most ambitious targets so far to accelerate the transition to sustainable dairy production with intensified focus on the farms. The main target is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent per kilo of milk over the next decade and to work towards carbon […]

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Sustainable Packaging Highlighted as Biggest Challenge Facing Food & Drink

    Sustainable Packaging Highlighted as Biggest Challenge Facing Food & Drink

Over half of food & drink companies believe that reducing their reliance on single-use plastic and making packaging more sustainable are the biggest sustainability challenges facing their business today[1], according to new research by The International Food & Drink Event (IFE).
The UK’s leading and largest food & Drink event surveyed its network ahead of its […]

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Arla 360 Wins Big Innovation Award at the 2019 Cream Awards

    Arla 360 Wins Big Innovation Award at the 2019 Cream Awards

Arla Foods, the farmer-owned cooperative, has won the Award for Innovation at the 2019 Cream Awards, for its innovative new Arla UK 360 programme to ensure sustainable production of dairy. Launched in October last year, Arla UK 360 seeks to create a supply chain that works for everyone in today’s changing world. Developed and trialled by Arla’s […]

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Highland Spring’s 100% Recyled Plastic Eco Bottle is Here to Stay After Major Trial Success

  Highland Spring’s 100% Recyled Plastic Eco Bottle is Here to Stay After Major Trial Success

Highland Spring, the UK’s largest supplier and producer of natural source bottled water, has responded to popular demand by making a 100% recycled and recyclable plastic eco bottle a permanent hydration choice in 2019. Following a hugely successful 2018 trial, the Highland Spring eco bottle™ will be rolled out nationwide.
The eye-catching label will feature a […]

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AB InBev UK to Brew Budweiser With 100% Renewable Electricity

  AB InBev UK to Brew Budweiser With 100% Renewable Electricity

Budweiser, the world’s most valuable beer brand, is to be brewed with renewable electricity as AB InBev UK has signed a deal with Europe’s largest solar energy company, Lightsource BP, to purchase 100% renewable electricity for its UK operations. The 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) will roll out 100 megawatts of solar power, making it […]

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Cargill Outlines Plan to End Cocoa Deforestation

  Cargill Outlines Plan to End Cocoa Deforestation

Cargill has outlined its plan to eliminate deforestation from its cocoa supply chain. The Protect Our Planet plan provides concrete actions the company is taking to achieve 100 percent cocoa bean traceability and includes a commitment of “no further conversion” of any forest land in Ghana and Ivory Coast for cocoa production. It also expands the company’s […]

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ABP’s Olleco on Shortlist For Davos Sustainability Award

  ABP’s Olleco on Shortlist For Davos Sustainability Award

ABP Food Group’s renewable division, Olleco, has been shortlisted for a prestigious ‘Circular’ sustainability award for its development of a circular economy model with McDonald’s and Arla Foods in the UK. The awards are an initiative of the World Economic Forum and the Forum of Young Global Leaders and winners will be announced at the […]

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Müller Completes Largest Single Investment in Scottish Dairy Processing in a Decade

  Müller Completes Largest Single Investment in Scottish Dairy Processing in a Decade

Müller Milk & Ingredients has completed a £15 million project to substantially upgrade Scotland’s largest fresh milk dairy in Bellshill and secure 265 jobs. The project represents the largest single investment in Scottish dairy processing for more than a decade.
It gives Müller’s Bellshill dairy the capacity to process more than 370 million litres of fresh […]

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Cargill Celebrates a Decade of Sustainability and Innovation in Ghana With Investment Plans and Farmer Support

  Cargill Celebrates a Decade of Sustainability and Innovation in Ghana With Investment Plans and Farmer Support

Cargill’s cocoa & chocolate business has commemorated its 10th anniversary in Ghana by announcing plans for future investment and farmer support. Cargill’s 2022 roadmap for Ghana includes:
* 80,000 farmers receiving capacity building support and facilitated access to inputs through our Farmer Field Schools
* The provision of one million new cocoa seedlings for rehabilitation of old farms […]

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New Irish Food Collaboration Aims to Make Plastic Packaging More Sustainable

  New Irish Food Collaboration Aims to Make Plastic Packaging More Sustainable

Nine of Ireland’s leading agricultural processing and food businesses have come together to make the plastic packaging in their respective supply chains more sustainable. Plastics Action Alliance is the new collaboration that includes market leaders from Ireland’s beef, poultry, pork, lamb, fruit, vegetables and packed salad sectors. Aidan Cotter, former CEO of Bord Bia, will […]

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Redefining Product Quality and Power Usage in Frozen Food Processing Plants

  Redefining Product Quality and Power Usage in Frozen Food Processing Plants

Every business wants to produce the finest quality products at the lowest possible cost. Every business wants to reduce energy consumption to save money and help protect the wider environment. The merging of two technologies from GEA, the S-Tec and A-Tec spiral freezer with CALLIFREEZE® and GEA heat pumps, is now enabling food processing companies […]

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Three Global Food and Drink Trends For 2019

  Three Global Food and Drink Trends For 2019

Mintel, the world’s leading market intelligence agency, has announced three forward-looking trends which will lead the momentum of global food and drink innovation in 2019 and beyond.
2019 Global Food and Drink Trends at a glance

Evergreen Consumption: A circular view of sustainability that spans the entire product lifecycle requires action from suppliers to consumers.
Through the Ages: Food and […]

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ABP Successful at Prestigious UK Industry Awards

  ABP Successful at Prestigious UK Industry Awards

The UK Division of ABP, one of Europe’s leading privately owned agribusiness companies, has been named Company of the Year at the 2018 Food Manufacture Excellence Awards, which has taken place in London. The awards celebrate and recognise quality and excellence in the UK food and drink manufacturing market. ABP UK was praised by the judging […]

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WRAP Comes Up With Winning Formula to Tackle Milk Waste

  WRAP Comes Up With Winning Formula to Tackle Milk Waste

A new report from the UK’s leading sustainability experts WRAP shows for the first time the scale of milk wastes across the food chain, from processing to our homes, and highlights ways we can significantly reduce the 330,000 tonnes of total milk lost each year, worth more than £150 million.
Milk waste in the home is […]

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JUST Water Wins Global ‘Best Packaging Solution’ Award With Tetra Pak Carton Bottle

  JUST Water Wins Global ‘Best Packaging Solution’ Award With Tetra Pak Carton Bottle

JUST Water, the innovative global water brand from the United States, has received the ‘Best Packaging Solution’ award at the 2018 Global Bottled Water Congress with its unique Tetra Top carton bottle.
Ira Laufer, CEO of JUST, says: “The JUST mission is to do things better in all aspects of our business, from sourcing to our […]

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Harrogate Water Joins World’s Best

  Harrogate Water Joins World’s Best

Harrogate Water has joined the elite of the most ambitious and environmentally committed companies across the world. The awarding of the international standard ISO 14001:2015 for environmental management marks another major milestone for the business in 2018 following the historic switch to using more than 50 per cent recycled content in its PET bottles in June. 
It […]

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EU Ban on Throwaway Plastics By 2021

  EU Ban on Throwaway Plastics By 2021

Single-use plastic items such as plates, cutlery, straws, balloon sticks or cotton buds, will be banned in the EU. These products, which make up over 70% of marine litter, will be banned from the EU market from 2021, under draft plans approved by the European Parliament.
MEPs added to this list of plastics banned from the […]

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Cargill Launches the Waxy Corn Promise™

  Cargill Launches the Waxy Corn Promise™

To ensure a long-term sustainable crop supply for food starch, Cargill has committed to source waxy corn 100 percent sustainably from European farmers. In support of this initiative Cargill has developed the Waxy Corn Promise program, leveraging the strong partnerships between Cargill, farmers and co-op suppliers to address key sustainability challenges in the waxy corn […]

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Arla Foods UK Launches New Standards Model to Bring Sustainable Change to Dairy Farming

  Arla Foods UK Launches New Standards Model to Bring Sustainable Change to Dairy Farming

With ongoing volatility in the global milk markets, increasing consumer misunderstanding of the sector, polarised levels of support for UK dairy farmers and a new post-Brexit Agriculture Bill the challenges for dairy farmers are mounting. Farmer-owned co-operative Arla Foods has launched ‘Arla UK 360’ – a new standard in UK dairy farming.
The Arla UK 360 […]

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Emmi Leads by Example

  Emmi Leads by Example

As a manufacturer of speciality cheeses, Swiss dairy group Emmi is now setting an example for environmental protection by investing in a high-performance photovoltaic system at its Platteville site in the state of Wisconsin in the US. With 1,600 panels installed on the roof, the system can cover 15% of the company’s electricity requirement. The […]

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Mondelēz International Commits to Making All Packaging Recyclable by 2025

  Mondelēz International Commits to Making All Packaging Recyclable by 2025

Mondelēz International has announced a new commitment to make all packaging recyclable and provide recycling information by 2025. The company will work in partnerships so that packaging can be collected and recycled in markets around the world.This new commitment is part of the company’s strategy for a circular packaging economy and will help deliver its […]

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AB InBev Opens Robo-warehouse in Wales

  AB InBev Opens Robo-warehouse in Wales

AB InBev is opening a new automated warehouse with space to store 23 million pints of beer at its largest UK brewery in Magor, South Wales. The world’s largest brewer plans a global roll-out of the warehouse technology, making Wales the starting point for the technology expected to cut its carbon impact.
The 80,000 cubic metre […]

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Britvic Moves to 100% Renewable Electricity in New Deal With E.ON

  Britvic Moves to 100% Renewable Electricity in New Deal With E.ON

Britvic has announced that from October 2018, every Britvic manufacturing site in Great Britain, from its offices to warehouses and factories, will be powered by 100% renewable electricity. The move forms part of a new four-year deal with energy provider E.ON, which will provide power needs for the whole of Britvic’s business operations in Great […]

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European Soft Drinks Industry Sets Ambitions to Make its Plastic Packaging More Sustainable

  European Soft Drinks Industry Sets Ambitions to Make its Plastic Packaging More Sustainable

UNESDA Soft Drinks Europe has announced a set of EU-wide ambitions to make the sector’s plastic packaging more sustainable. The ambitions aim to contribute towards building a circular model for plastic packaging by improving its recyclability, recycled content, collection, and reuse. The ambitions cover the EU28 plus Switzerland and Norway and are made by UNESDA’s network […]

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Kellogg Again Named to Prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability Indices

  Kellogg Again Named to Prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability Indices

Kellogg Company has again been named to the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability World and North American indices (DJSI World/DJSI North American) of companies recognized for their sustainable business practices. Companies included on the indices must exhibit best-in-class performance against a wide variety of environmental, social, and governance metrics that are critical for generating long-term share owner value.
“This […]

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Rugby Stars Back Harrogate Water Recycling

  Rugby Stars Back Harrogate Water Recycling

English Rugby Union champions Saracens are adding their considerable weight and sense of fun to Harrogate Water’s recycling message. Saracens are staying hydrated in defence of their Premiership title with Harrogate Spring Water – whose PET bottles are made using more than 50 per cent recycled content.
The partnership will include humorous social media video activity […]

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UK’s Most Exclusive Packaging Event Hailed Huge Success

  UK’s Most Exclusive Packaging Event Hailed Huge Success

Exhibitors and speakers hailed Packaging Innovations, Luxury Packaging and ADF London’s return to London Olympia this September a huge success, as it celebrated its biggest and busiest edition to date. Sustainability was top of the agenda, with leading figures from Coca-Cola, Sainsburys, The Packaging Federation and WRAP all taking to the stage for the launch […]

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Nespresso Revives Zimbabwe’s Coffee Production

  Nespresso Revives Zimbabwe’s Coffee Production

Nespresso has announced a long-term investment plan to help revive Zimbabwe’s coffee industry and stimulate the rural economy. The company will provide training and technical assistance to 400 smallholder coffee farmers over the next five years, with the goal of increasing the country’s production of quality sustainable coffee.
Zimbabwe’s coffee sector is in danger of disappearing […]

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Carlsberg Launches Ground-breaking Innovations to Reduce Plastic Waste

  Carlsberg Launches Ground-breaking Innovations to Reduce Plastic Waste

Carlsberg has announced a series of ground-breaking innovations including its new Snap Pack, which is set to reduce plastic waste globally by more than 1200 tonnes a year – the equivalent to 60 million plastic bags. The Snap Pack replaces the plastic wrapping used around Carlsberg’s six packs with a pioneering technology that glues its […]

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New Sustainability Report From Bakkafrost

  New Sustainability Report From Bakkafrost

Bakkafrost has underlined the growing importance to the UK market of its expanding salmon farming operation, the largest in the Faroe Islands, with the publication of a two year plan which addresses important sustainability issues.
Against a background of very high (96%) customer satisfaction, the employment of more than 1,100 people on the islands and the  […]

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Harrogate Water Going Greener With Recycling Message

  Harrogate Water Going Greener With Recycling Message

New green recycling messaging on PET bottles heralds Harrogate Spring’s industry-leading switch to recycled content. All PET bottles of Harrogate Spring are now made using more than 50 per cent rPET, the highest percentage use of UK post-consumer recycled PET of any water producer.
Brand manager Nicky Cain says: “Consumers may notice a slight blue, glass-like […]

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Mondelēz International Delivers Against Its 2020 Impact Goals

  Mondelēz International Delivers Against Its 2020 Impact Goals

Mondelēz International has reported important progress against its 2020 impact goals in its 2017 Impact For Growth Progress Report. The report details progress against sustainable agriculture and environmental footprint goals, as well as global expansion of healthy lifestyle and nutrition programs in at risk communities. The report also illustrates how the company’s impact programs align with and […]

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Widespread Support For Plastic Packaging Tax

  Widespread Support For Plastic Packaging Tax

More than half of consumers in the UK and a third in the US are in favour of a tax on all plastic packaging on food products, new research has shown. The survey of 1,000 consumers, commissioned by specialist PR consultancy Ingredient Communications, also finds that many people are more likely to shop in supermarkets […]

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Lorien and Britvic – Manufacturing Success

  Lorien and Britvic – Manufacturing Success

Lorien Engineering Solutions, a division of GP Strategies, is working with soft drinks provider Britvic to help install new state-of-the-art production lines at Britvic’s Leeds and Rugby manufacturing sites. Lorien Engineering Solutions is part of a multi-disciplined project team, created and led by Britvic, to deliver a step-change in business capability. Alongside other specialists, Lorien […]

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Seafood Processor in Denmark Turns to SEALPAC’s Sustainable FlatSkin® System

  Seafood Processor in Denmark Turns to SEALPAC’s Sustainable FlatSkin® System

These days, more and more skin packs are conquering the retail shelves around the world. The advantages of the skin packaging system are obvious: securely sealed under deep vacuum, food products have a significantly longer shelf life and can be presented in a much more attractive way. By launching FlatSkin®, SEALPAC now offers a revolutionary […]

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