Sustainable Brands is reporting that the host of food and drink company members of the United Kingdom’s (UK’s) Food and Drink Federation (FDF) have developed a series of new sustainability commitments.The newly-released “Ambition 2025” document builds on the group’s previous “Five-Fold Environmental Ambition” and includes goals related to climate change, food waste, packaging, water, transport, supply chains and natural capital, as well as case studies highlighting some of their members’ best practices.
“FDF’s five-fold Environmental Ambition was truly ground-breaking when we launched it in 2007. Now, having made great progress across a range of areas including massive CO2 emission and water use reductions, we’ve looked again at what more we can deliver, engaging with more companies within our sector and beyond,” said FDF’s sustainability and chief scientific officer Helen Munday.
FDF members represent 16 percent of the entire UK food manufacturing sector and include companies such as Coca-Cola GB, Cadbury and McVitie’s. Case studies included in “Ambition 2025” feature members McCain Foods, Apetito, PepsiCo UK & Ireland, Ivan Wood & Sons, Warburtons, Mondelez International, and Nestlé.
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