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  • The definition of sustainability is extending to encompass the entire product lifecycle, according to analysts Mintel. This more circular approach will require companies, retailers, and consumers to embrace their roles in the sustainable sourcing, production, distribution, consumption and disposal of products. Mintel’s Global Foods and Drink trends 2019 says there ...
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    Henley brewer and pub operator has launched Rhuby, a rhubarb ale, brewed specially for the town's new EAT Food Fest event that runs until 29 June. Brewed at Brakspear's Bell Street microbrewery, Rhuby is a 4.2% ABV golden ale brewed with locally grown rhubarb. The result is a refreshing, pale ...
  • Tesco’s purpose is to serve customers a little better every day and aim to provide them with affordable, sustainable and healthy products, says Daniel Salter, Responsible Sourcing Manager. “Forests are the lungs of our planet. Today forests cover 30% of the earth’s land surface. They are a vital source of ...
  • Rhubarb’s recent surge in popularity has taken even trend spotters and food futurologists by surprise.  A vegetable that thinks it’s a fruit, who would ever have believed this old-fashioned allotment staple would become flavour of the moment? Luscombe Drinks, with its usual perfect sense of timing, is proud to introduce ‘Rhubarb ...
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    The Government has appointed the first Food Surplus and Waste Champion to help reduce  unnecessary food waste. Ben Elliot has been chosen to drive forward the recently-published Resources and Waste Strategy in England. The co-founder of lifestyle group Quintessentially and chair of the Quintessentially Foundation has been tasked with setting ...

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