EU’s Farm to Fork Strategy

EU’s Farm to Fork Strategy

“Food systems cannot be resilient to crises such as the Covid-19 pandemic if they are not sustainable”; a sentiment we fully agree with. These words kick-start the EU’s new Farm to Fork Strategy which aims to accelerate a transition to a sustainable...
Can I recycle this?

Can I recycle this?

A global assessment of recycling and sustainability labelling on plastic packaging has found only 17% of assessed labels give consumers quality information to make informed decisions. Increasing public awareness and concern about plastics has encouraged businesses to...
Preparing for the Bar World of Tomorrow

Preparing for the Bar World of Tomorrow

The Sustainable Restaurant Association has joined forces with Pernod Ricard and Trash Tiki to offer a new, complimentary, global sustainability training programme for bartenders. The joint project enables bartenders to learn about the impact they can have on...
Coronavirus – A Food Systems issue?

Coronavirus – A Food Systems issue?

Whilst coronavirus is of course primarily a health care issue that will unfold as a human tragedy, Food Made Good – Global CEO Simon argues in this blog that it is food system failures that sit at the heart of the current disaster. With a relatively clear...
Seeing the woods for the trees

Seeing the woods for the trees

Soy is the second biggest agricultural driver of deforestation worldwide. Beef is at the number one spot, followed by soy, palm oil and wood. Soy production has more than doubled since 1997 yet 70-75% of all soy is used as feed for livestock including chickens, pigs,...