• Foodservice Footprint 1 Foodservice lacking bark as Brexit bites My Viewpoint  Whitbread Weetabix Sodexo Sainsbury's McDonalds Compass Cargill Brexit ABP

    Foodservice lacking bark as Brexit bites

    The sector risks being forgotten if it doesn’t get its act together and start lobbying hard, writes David Burrows. Managing Brexit will need the whole food industry – farmers, food manufacturers and retailers – to find a single voice with… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint F42-Insight How to define 'no deforestation' Comment  World Wildlife Fund Wilmar Union of Concerned Scientists Unilever Sime Darby RSPO Rainforest Action Netwrk Musim Mas Mighty KLK IOI HCSA HCS Greenpeace Golden Agri-Resources Forest Trust Forest Peoples Programme Deborah Lapidus Cargill Asian Agri

    How to define ‘no deforestation’

    After years of debate companies have finally agreed on a standard for forest protection. Now it’s time to turn words into action, writes Deborah Lapidus. Over the past three years, thanks in large part to responsible sourcing policies adopted by… Read More

  • 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

  • New sustainable palm oil manifesto met with criticism

    A NEW sustainable palm oil scheme, set up by some of the largest companies in the palm oil industry, has been criticised by environmentalists who claim it’s “greenwashing”.                        … Read More

  • New Cargill tool to help F&B companies assess supply chain

    CARGILL HAS announced it is launching a new assessment tool to help food and beverage customers assess and quantify risks and opportunities in their supply chain.   The new tool is designed to help Cargill and its customers take action… Read More

  • What’s on the menu? Provenance and price increases

    WHEN THERE’S a food price spike it’s often played down as a flash in the pan. That’s what happened in 2008. But then there was another spike in 2010 and it’s happening again now. Or is it?   In January,… Read More