Philip Lymbery

  • Foodservice Footprint Unknown-33 Why businesses need to take biodiversity seriously Green Scene Green Scene  WWF Philip Lymbery Duncan Williamson biodiversity

    Why businesses need to take biodiversity seriously

    Our food system is advancing the destruction of the natural world; but food businesses have the power to reverse it. By Nick Hughes. Delegates of a fatalistic disposition will have come away from October’s Extinction and Livestock conference in London… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint Chickens Tesco to phase out caged eggs Grocery sector news updates Out of Home sector news  Tesco Philip Lymbery news-email Matt Simister Compassion in World Farming Caged Eggs

    Tesco to phase out caged eggs

    Tesco has pledged to stop sourcing eggs from caged hens by 2025 as part of a renewed focus on sustainable sourcing. Currently, around 43% of the 1.4 billion eggs sold by Tesco each year come from caged eggs, also known… Read More

  • Report reveals animal welfare is rising on the business agenda

    THE SECOND report of the Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare published today has applauded Coop Group (Switzerland), Marks & Spencer, Arla, Marfrig, Royal FrieslandCampina, Sainsbury’s, VION and Waitrose for the notable improvements they have made in their farm animal… Read More