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  • Foodservice Footprint Wildfarmed-ASK-scaled Wildfarmed unleashes the power of flour Out of Home News Analysis

    Wildfarmed unleashes the power of flour

    Foodservice operators have been central to the rapid growth of the business which is bringing regenerative agriculture to a mainstream audience. By Nick Hughes.  “The long road to Greggs” is how Andy Cato wryly summarised the growth strategy of Wildfarmed,… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint parliament The Friday Digest: Bills, bills and more bills Out of Home News Analysis  news-email-top

    The Friday Digest: Bills, bills and more bills

    One of the vagaries of the UK political system is just how quickly a victorious opposition party takes control of the machinery of government following a general election. Less than a fortnight after securing a significant majority in the House… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint scope3 Sharing scope 3 success stories Out of Home News Analysis

    Sharing scope 3 success stories

    Progress on reducing supply chain emissions can change the narrative on net-zero, says David Burrows. Scope 3. Scope 3. Scope 3. The size of scope 3 emissions is weighing heavily on the shoulders of chief sustainability officers. Over the next few… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint bottles1 Bitter battle ahead in final plastics treaty talks Out of Home News Analysis Waste

    Bitter battle ahead in final plastics treaty talks

    Negotiations on a global deal to end plastic pollution continue to sidestep the production of plastics. David Burrows reports. “How did you go bankrupt?” Bill asked. “Two ways,” Mike said. “Gradually, then suddenly.” These lines, from Ernest Hemingway’s 1926 novel The Sun… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint Starmer A new dawn for food politics Out of Home News Analysis  news-email most-read email-news

    A new dawn for food politics

    Labour has won the opportunity to plot an alternative path for the UK on issues like food and the environment, but does it have the appetite for radical reform? By Nick Hughes. A landslide in name only? The Labour Party under… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint Groundswell-pic Hopes and fears at festival of farming Out of Home News Analysis

    Hopes and fears at festival of farming

    Groundswell continues to grow in scale and influence but increased corporate interest in regenerative agriculture was cause for caution as well as cheer. Nick Hughes reports.  You could get a strong sense for the level of business interest in regenerative… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint farmer2 THE FRIDAY DIGEST:  Taxing times ahead for farmers and food policymakers Out of Home News Analysis  news-story-top news-email-top

    THE FRIDAY DIGEST: Taxing times ahead for farmers and food policymakers

    This week’s Digest is being written as the UK goes to the polls. It is perhaps fitting that our focus is on hot air. There is the Danish tax on cow belches and the warning that these will squeeze out regenerative farmers;… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint fizz2 The fizz firm fudging its footprint Drinks Sector News Out of Home News Analysis  news-email most-read email-news

    The fizz firm fudging its footprint

    How can Keurig Dr Pepper report a 12% reduction in scope 3 emissions when they’ve actually increased by 14%? David Burrows reports. If more companies commit to measuring and reporting publicly on their sustainability performance, four things should happen. ESG… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint bale NET-ZERO NOTEBOOK: Carbon credit storm brews Out of Home News Analysis

    NET-ZERO NOTEBOOK: Carbon credit storm brews

    The gold standard for net-zero targets is in meltdown, while academics claim that voluntary carbon reduction standards may be hindering green innovation. By David Burrows. In case you’d missed it, the Science-based targets initiative (SBTi) is having a bit of… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint head2-copy Comment: If it’s broke, pretend to fix it Comment Out of Home News Analysis

    Comment: If it’s broke, pretend to fix it

    The food system must be fixed but too many businesses sign up to comms-led commitments and hope we forget all about them. By David Burrows. “[…] we have ten years to reset our course and bend the curve on climate change… Read More