Water Supply

The NFU is becoming 'increasingly concerned' about the fruit and vegetable sector

Fresh produce fears ‘growing’ after dry winter

By Matt Atherton

Worries about the impact of dry weather on the nation’s fruit and vegetable crops, and livestock production, have been voiced by farmers, after one of the driest winters in 20 years.

Water deregulation in England could save firms millions: law firm DWF

Food and drink firms plug water use by 24%

By Michael Stones

Food and drink manufacturers have slashed their water use by nearly a quarter in the past eight years, as it emerged water deregulation in England could save firms millions.

Securing the future of food and drink manufacturing depends on safeguarding water supplies, said the government

Food manufacturers launch World Water Day video

By Michael STONES

The future of UK food and drink manufacturing depends upon safeguarding water supplies, says government minister Richard Benyon, in a new video from the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) to mark World Water Day last week (March 22).

Seeking fluid solutions. Cutting firms' water use is the new carbon reduction

Why water is the new carbon

By Freddie Dawson

Mounting pressure on dwindling water resources means that food manufacturers must cut consumption sooner rather than later, according to the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM).


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