'Food manufacturers often think of themselves as the helpless one in the middle – but there’s a lot they can do', says Dan Crossley of Food Ethics Council. Credit: Getty/Klaus Vedfelt

The link between ethics and Net Zero

By Bethan Grylls

How is ethics and Net Zero related? Food Manufacture hears from Food Ethics Council’s Dan Crossley to find out following his participation in the recent FoodEx panel, 'The Race to Net Zero'.

Denny-Finch believes technology could be the answer to reassuring consumers over the ethical background of the products they buy

Technology to boost trust in food industry

By Rod Addy

The latest technology could provide the answer for food and drink manufacturers looking to provide consumers with confidence that the products they buy have been produced as ethically as possible.

ABF dismissed Oxfam’s claims as ‘ridiculous’

ABF in ‘human cost’ supply chain row with Oxfam

By Mike Stones

Associated British Foods (ABF) is locked in row with Oxfam about what the charity claims is the “veil of secrecy” the food manufacturing giant allegedly uses to hide the “human cost” of its supply chain.