Meat processors the world over are touting their beef as ‘sustainable’ or better for the environment. Do their claims really stack up?
Food companies appear lost for ways to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, but COP28 could give them a much-needed shove in the right direction.
With food companies struggling to live up to their net-zero promises, it’s apt the industry is more central to the agenda at COP28 than in previous years.
Tackling the scourge of food waste can seem an insurmountable task. David Burrows digs into the challenges facing the food industry and hears some positivity.
Carbon neutral claims are under the cosh, so will the world’s major food brands continue to use them?
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Food companies remain reticent to talk about possible issues in their packaging supply chain.
The EU wants to scold companies for greenwashing but will its new rules see brands give sustainability the cold shoulder?
Can companies successfully market products as sustainable, are their claims credible and what does it mean for consumption?
An analysis by Just Food of some of the food majors’ progress on net zero shows the scale of challenge ahead.
Packaging accounts for a small proportion of a food company’s carbon footprint but remains high on the consumer, political and NGO agenda, leaving industry with some difficult decisions.