Andrew Brodie: “Expanding our footprinting exercise to 60% of chicken farms is a really positive and vitally important next step on our ongoing journey to NetZero.


Avara Foods extends carbon footprint reporting

By Gwen Ridler

Poultry processor Avara Foods is to extend its carbon footprint reporting to include more of its agricultural supply chain as it works towards its commitment to build a complete footprint of its entire farming base by 2025.

(L-R) Suki Tea co-founders Oscar Woolley and Annie Irwin


Suki Tea invests £500k in ‘eco-friendly’ new headquarters

By Gwen Ridler

Northern Ireland-based Suki Tea has invested £500k into a new ‘eco-friendly’ headquarters in Lisburn, County Down, immediately doubling its manufacturing and warehousing capabilities and supporting its sustainability plans.

Brewers are moving towards net zero

UK brewers focus on pathway to net zero

By Michelle Perrett

UK brewers are taking "huge steps" to be more environmentally-friendly with an expanded, targeted roadmap being launched to help the sector decarbonise at pace to reach net zero

David Moore is its first group head of ESG.

Compleat Food Group appoints first group head of ESG

By Michelle Perrett

The Compleat Food Group (TCFG) is making a major investment in its ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance factors) capabilities with the appointment of David Moore as its first group head of ESG.

Morrisons to offer own-label suppliers software to measure, track and forecast their operational carbon emissions.

Morrisons focuses on sustainability with suppliers

By Michelle Perrett

Morrisons is to offer 400 of its own-label suppliers access to a new industry-leading software platform that can accurately measure, track and forecast their operational carbon emissions.

Registar for the Food Manufacture webinar, Lean & Green: Save Costs and the Planet now

Lean & Green Webinar: Less than a month to go

By Gwen Ridler

There’s less than a month left to sign up for the next free, online Food Manufacture webinar, Lean & Green: Save Costs and the Planet, on 19 January 2022.

KP Snacks brands include Tyrrells crisps

KP Snacks develops green farming practices

By Michelle Perrett

KP Snacks is to scale up its regenerative farming practices as part of its partnership with agricultural sustainability experts Future Food Solutions.

Don't miss your chance to have your voice heard in our State of the Nation survey

Last chance to contribute to industry research

By Rod Addy

Senior industry personnel have less than a week to make their voice heard and outline their business’ expectations, aims and activities in 2020 in Food Manufacture’s exclusive State of the Nation survey.

Kantar questioned more than 1,200 UK consumers between the ages of 16 and 65+ about their concerns on a range of environmental issues

Government inaction provides environmental chances for food firms

By Dan Colombini

A lack of support at Government level has provided food manufacturers with “a huge opportunity” to boost their environmental footprints after recent data revealed dwindling support for certain brands as a result of their policies on the issues.

Over the past few years, many firms have announced key initiatives to limit environmental damage.

Food firms urged to ‘step up’ to climate change

By Dan Colombini

Food manufacturers must significantly improve their efforts to limit their carbon footprint despite recent success to allay climate change fears, according to environmental groups.

The FDF has pressured the Government to commit to net zero emissions

FDF presses Government on net zero

By Rod Addy

The Government’s promise to cut UK greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050 must now be fleshed out, with concrete plans set forth on how to achieve that goal.

Ice pigging cleans out pipes at Yeo Valley

Ice pigging cleans out pipes at Yeo Valley

Many dairy processors could make big savings by moving away from traditional methods for cleaning their pipework and choosing an environmentally friendly system called ‘ice pigging’, a patented technology offered by Aqualogy Environment.

Environmentally damaging packaging chemicals to be a thing of the past

A coat of eco-friendly colours

Packaging coatings based on environmentally damaging petrochemicals could become a thing of the past, if a new plant-based food packaging coating takes off.

Icebergs on the horizon for meat processors

Icebergs on the horizon for meat processors

By Rick Pendrous

Meat processors face challenging times ahead with public health, overseas competition and environmental issues having an increasingly important...