Blog & Insights

Food insights play a key role in our approach to proactive procurement and effective supply chain management – and we like to share! From food trends and innovation, to marketplace updates, industry news, food price index reports and expert insights, our blog provides thought-provoking analysis on a range of interesting topics…

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  • Nutrition & Dietetics
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  • All
  • Food & Catering Procurement
  • Food & Drink Industry
  • Food for Thought
  • Food Trends & Innovation
  • Nutrition & Dietetics
Natasha's Law

Preparing for Natasha’s Law

Natasha’s Law requires that all prepacked for direct sale (PPDS) foods conform to current prepacked labelling requirements, with a full ingredient declaration, showing allergens highlighted. So how can you prepare?

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Food sustainability

“Losing less and eating smarter” – practical steps towards a more sustainable approach to food

This blog delves into the topic of consumption and waste, providing areas for contemplation and some practicable steps towards greater sustainability of food systems, recognising that a focus on final food miles and local produce alone may create too simplistic a view…

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Reopening catering operations during Covid-19

Reopening catering operations during Covid-19

The Covid pandemic has challenged the long-established norm for catering teams. As we prepare for and undertake remobilisation in order to re-open in line with the milestones laid out by the Prime Minister on 22 February 2020, many catering functions and operations teams are seeing this time as an opportunity to innovate. Getting orders in with plenty of notice will be imperative!

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Getting ready for Natasha's Law

Getting ready for Natasha’s Law

‘Natasha’s Law’ – following the tragic death of the teenager, Natasha Ednan-Laperouse – is the first new legislation around allergen management passed in the House of commons since the introduction of the EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation in 2014.

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