Food and Drink Federation (FDF) members continue to 'significantly' cut carbon emissions and water consumption, as part of the sector’s Ambition 2025 commitment to reduce its environmental impact, a new report claims.
Harper Adams researchers have published an analysis of how the UK supply chain can tackle sustainability and net zero targets, while work on a common framework for measuring Scope 3 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions continues.
Building sustainable supply chains and managing the labour crisis will be the overarching topics of Food Manufacture's exclusive, annual face-to-face Business Leaders Forum on the morning of 17 March in London.
A Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) project urging third party partners to slash carbon footprints has led road haulier MJD to adopt Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) drop-in biofuel GD+ across its haulage operations.
Danone UK & Ireland has acquired B Corp certification, claiming to be the first combined food and healthcare manufacturer in the UK and Ireland to do so, following accreditation of its Specialised Nutrition business.
How can food and drink manufacturers offset rising production costs through increased efficiency and better use of resources, including renewable energy? That's the topic of the next Food Manufacture webinar.
Canned and packaged food and drink manufacturer Princes has expanded a partnership with Italian agricultural association, Coldiretti to enhance the sustainability of its Napolina '100% Made in Italy' tomatoes.
Food industry leaders have united to tackle sustainability, health and food safety over the past year, despite significant challenges, but to make more progress they should be their 'own biggest critics'.
Meat processor Cranswick has revealed the acquisition of plant-based Ramona’s Kitchen and Atlantica UK has created 'exciting opportunities' for further growth in its rapidly expanding Continental Products business.
Food and drink manufacturers reiterated their commitments to reducing carbon emissions and boosting sustainability across their production plants in the run up to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26).
Eating less protein, CO2 emissions labelling and gene editing were some solutions that could help reduce UK food producers’ environmental impact, according to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs’ (DEFRA’s) chief scientific advisor.
Food and drink businesses have saved more than 250,000 tonnes of food worth £365m from going to waste a year, according to charity WRAP and think tank IGD’s Annual Progress Report for the UK’s Food Waste Reduction Roadmap.
UK Government should invest more time and money into proven ways to help reduce meat’s carbon footprint than focus on alternative proteins as a solution to climate change issues, according to the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA)
A British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) review has concluded healthy diets with more plant-based foods can also be better for the environment and consumers should avoid neglecting nutrients to meet eco-friendly aims.
The Courtauld Commitment has launched ambitious food industry targets to halve greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and food waste per person by 2030 and promote sustainable water management, stepping up previous goals.