New Year’s Revelation is a report byVegwareandThe Food Waste Networkrevealing the potential barriers, cost implications and other impacts the waste Regulations will have on different types of food businesses.
Following the example of The Hanging Bat, six Edinburgh-based food business sites participated in Vegware’s research, involving a consultation process of an initial attitude and waste survey; waste audit; tailored action plan; and a final attitude survey. Each business’ case study is included.
Results show that before our consultation process, all businesses had little understanding of the incoming waste Regs, and assumed they would face increased costs. We also found further ways to transform initial costs into a long-term saving.
Our report concludes that far from being the cost burden many businesses fear, the Scottish Waste Regs can bring savings for food businesses. Although greater segregation may introduce challenges such as managing space issues, there are solutions to these barriers.
Download the full reporthere.
Over 600 organisations will participate in the Food Matters Live 2016 exhibition including: ingredients suppliers; food and drink manufacturers; and foodservice providers. They will be joined by research and academic institutions and will each highlight the important role that every part of the food, drink and nutrition sector plays in developing healthy and 'better for you' food and drink.
For more information, visit the Food Matters Live website.
As you will know TUCO were one of the founding signatories to WRAPs Courtauld Commitment 2025 and we have joined several of their working groups including their Love Food, Hate Waste campaign.
LFHW has lots of free videos available for you to use – from menu planning, perfect portions, savvy storage to making perfect roast potatoes. There are plenty to choose from!
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