Here are some of the sustainability-related news stories I’ve written this week:

  • Foodservice does its bit for organic milk, soil association expands it’s portfolio, end of “unintentional product residue”, ale from surplus bread. Read more
  • A food waste bill that could require large supermarkets, manufacturers and distributors to reduce their food waste by no less than 30% by 2025 will get its second reading in parliament this Friday (5th Feb 2016)… Read more
  • Children’s taste buds are becoming so used to “engineered” foods, such as chicken nuggets, fish fingers and ketchup, that they prefer them to “real” foods, such as chicken breast, fish and tomatoes, a new study has concluded. Read more
  • Scotland has launched a new campaign to get consumers doing their bit for climate change by tackling issues such as food waste and washing temperatures. Read more
  • A 25-year study has found that eating fruit and vegetables can help with weight management. Read more

You can find more of my news, stories, reports and features on Footprint – the leading source of information on responsible business and sustainability for the foodservice, hospitality and grocery retail supply chains.

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