Trying to pinpoint where veganism stands in the mindset of today’s consumer can be a tricky task. The movement undoubtedly gained huge traction over recent years but has this started to slow down?
Asda first introduced refill two years ago and has since been testing and learning, working with customers to find what most appeals to them. Asda has partnered with WRAP and Unilever, with funding from Innovate UK, to find out customer barriers to participation, so it could look at ways it can increase participation.
Climate action NGO WRAP is using the run up to Christmas to help avoid food going to waste through its Love Food Hate Waste and Recycle Now campaigns.
Tesco, Morrisons, Marks & Spencer and the three biggest food co-operatives in the UK – the Co-op Group, Central Co-op and Midcounties Co-operative – alongside Community Energy England, have joined forces to call on the Government to “green the energy grid” by powering investment in renewable energy.
WRAP’S latest Retail Survey shows that actions are being taken on how food is labelled by retailers and brands to help people avoid food waste happening at home.
It’s nearly a decade ago that the familiar ‘traffic light’ labelling system started appearing on supermarket items signalling key health metrics around calories, sugar, salt and fat content. Fast-forward to now, and a similar emphasis is emerging in the grocery industry around the signalling of environmental sustainability data for food items.
Aldi has announced the rolling out of soft plastic recycling bins across almost all its UK stores. Following a successful trial last year, the move means customers can return all types of clean, soft plastic packaging.
Domino’s Pizza Group among the first group of companies to have net-zero target approved by Science Based Targets initiative
Domino’s Pizza Group has announced it has committed to reach net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across its value chain by 2050, which has been assessed and approved by the Science Based Targets initiative’s (SBTi) net-zero process validation. Domino’s is among the first group of businesses to have its net zero target approved through the […]
WRAP shows G7 how to save 0.8 billion tonnes of CO2eq emissions with greater focus on consumption-based emissions
Global climate action NGO WRAP has produced a report for the G7 in support of the seismic shift in international strategies tackling greenhouse gas emissions expected to take place soon, and to help address the massive volume of greenhouse gases linked to ‘consumption’ currently passing unchecked into the atmosphere every year. With G7 countries controlling […]
WRAP’s food waste campaign Love Food Hate Waste (LFHW), announces third annual Food Waste Action Week (FWAW) – the UK’s largest food waste behaviour change campaign aiming to cut household food waste, slash food shopping bills and save the planet.