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    Footprint Awards 2024 Winners announced

    Sustainability was the focus last night as the out of home food sector gathered at RIBA in Central London to discover the winners of the 2024 Footprint Awards for sustainability excellence, headline sponsored by Nestlé Professional. Companies large and small… Read More

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    Political Print: Will food issues reach the election summit?

    Rishi Sunak’s decision to call an early vote has scuppered a number of planned policies despite signs that food is rising up the political agenda. By Nick Hughes. Tick tock, tick tock… and so continues the countdown to a UK… Read More

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    Comment: Telling porkies only brings pain

    Pork processor Danish Crown has made a pig’s ear of its green marketing, so what can you learn from its experience? By David Burrows Boasting that your products are made from “climate-controlled pigs” was always going to be risky –… Read More

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    NEW REPORT: Better chicken, better business: a guide for hospitality and foodservice in association with RSPCA Assured

    Such is the enthusiasm for chicken that the amount being consumed has nearly doubled in the past thirty years. It is more widely eaten than beef, and billions of birds are reared for their eggs and meat. There are thirty… Read More

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    Coffee cup scheme cut from EPR

    Is the disappearance of a takeback scheme for single-use cups from EPR regulations reason to panic? By David Burrows A mandatory takeback scheme for single-use cups has been omitted from the UK Government’s extended producer responsibility (EPR) regulations. The move,… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint School Parents show support for climate-friendly dishes Out of Home News Analysis  news-email most-read email-news

    Parents show support for climate-friendly dishes

    A survey finds concern over children’s eating habits as political parties are urged to take action on school meals. By Nick Hughes. Political parties are being urged to put healthy, sustainable school meals at the heart of their plans in… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint 1000X666SL Footprint Awards 2024 Shortlist announced! Foodservice News and Information  news-email most-read email-news

    Footprint Awards 2024 Shortlist announced!

    We are delighted to announce the shortlist for Footprint Awards 2024, 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… Read More

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    Tread carefully along the thin green line

    New rules relating to making green claims are confusing, which is bad news for food companies and good news for lawyers. David Burrows reports. “Green, green, it’s green they say”. Two researchers from the Centre for Climate Resilience at the University… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint fence2 Political Print: Labour plays it safe on food policy  Out of Home News Analysis  news-email most-read email-news

    Political Print: Labour plays it safe on food policy 

    The party’s food and farming lead was dismissive of the government’s record at a recent conference but gave little signal that Labour has the appetite for deep reform. By Nick Hughes. “We do believe in having a [food] strategy and… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint nz2 NET-ZERO NOTEBOOK: Be careful what you say about carbon Out of Home News Analysis  news-email most-read email-news

    NET-ZERO NOTEBOOK: Be careful what you say about carbon

    This month’s offer is full of carbon negatives, numbers and nuance. David Burrows reports.  This is the ‘net-zero’ notebook, so let’s start with some stats on net-zero. From mid-January to mid-February the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) used AI (of course… Read More