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Operators welcome plastic ban but need more support from local authorities

24 January 2023 by

Hospitality operators have shown support for a ban on single-use plastics, but say there needs to be “better communication” and legislative backing from local councils.

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Why chefs should take part in Regenuary

12 January 2023 by

With some arguing that intensively-produced vegan ‘meat’ is as damaging to the environment as the real thing, chefs are being encouraged to adopt Regenuary, to ensure they minimise the impact of their cooking. Lottie Gross looks at what it means

Wilson Vale HQ becomes carbon neutral News

Wilson Vale HQ becomes carbon neutral

28 September 2022 by

Contract catering company Wilson Vale announces carbon neutral status at its headquarters in Leicestershire.

Benugo pilots carbon food labelling with the Natural History Museum News

Benugo pilots carbon food labelling with the Natural History Museum

27 September 2022 by

Benugo is partnering with the Natural History Museum (NHM) to carbon label the London museum’s cakes[...]

Kerry calls for industry collaboration to drive sustainable nutrition News

Kerry calls for industry collaboration to drive sustainable nutrition

23 September 2022 by

Foodservice supplier and manufacturer Kerry has hosted a summit for senior leaders from the foodservice sector,[...]

MPs call for urgent ban on plastic pint cups News

MPs call for urgent ban on plastic pint cups

13 July 2022 by

A cross-party group of more than 20 MPs has today called on the government to outlaw[...]

Jude’s cuts carbon per litre of ice-cream by 20% Products

Jude’s cuts carbon per litre of ice-cream by 20%

28 June 2022

In the last year ice-cream company Jude's has reduced its carbon intensity by 20%, almost halfway to its 2030 target of a 43% reduction.

Green giant: how Michael Caines is celebrating sustainability at Lympstone Manor Restaurant

Green giant: how Michael Caines is celebrating sustainability at Lympstone Manor

08 June 2022

From buying quality produce from local suppliers to cooking nose-to-tail, fine dining has been championing the best ingredients and cooking techniques for decades.

Air protein and insect-fed eggs: what to expect of the food of the future Food & Drink

Air protein and insect-fed eggs: what to expect of the food of the future

08 June 2022 by

From bugs to lab-grown beef, the future of food is almost here. Lottie Gross looks at[...]

BM partners with ethical chocolate brand Islands Chocolate Products

BM partners with ethical chocolate brand Islands Chocolate

06 June 2022 by

Workplace catering company BM has partnered with Islands Chocolate as part of a move to continue[...]

Scottish businesses face up to £5,000 fine for flouting single-use plastics ban News

Scottish businesses face up to £5,000 fine for flouting single-use plastics ban

01 June 2022 by

Rules banning businesses in Scotland from providing certain single-use plastic items come into force today, with[...]

Free one-hour webinar tomorrow to offer tips on environmental accreditation News

Free one-hour webinar tomorrow to offer tips on environmental accreditation

23 May 2022 by

The Caterer is to host a free webinar to explore how hospitality businesses can achieve environmental[...]

Zeal Hotels submits plans to launch its first sustainable hotel in Exeter News

Zeal Hotels submits plans to launch its first sustainable hotel in Exeter

29 April 2022

Zeal Hotels plans to launch its first ever sustainable hotel at Exeter Science Park after sending the project for approval to East Devon District Council.

Burger King to trial re-usable packaging for burgers and sides News

Burger King to trial re-usable packaging for burgers and sides

26 April 2022

Burger King has become the first quick-service-restaurant in the UK to introduce a range of re-usable packaging for burgers and sides.

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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