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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  • Food & Catering Procurement
  • Food & Drink Industry
  • Food for Thought
  • Food Trends & Innovation
  • Nutrition & Dietetics
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  • All
  • Food & Catering Procurement
  • Food & Drink Industry
  • Food for Thought
  • Food Trends & Innovation
  • Nutrition & Dietetics
Sustainability in food supply chains

Sustainability in Food Supply

The 2020s have been termed the ‘critical decade’ for sustainable development implementation. While the topic can be overwhelming and riddled with confusing information, what is clear is that we need to collectively improve our understanding of sustainable food systems and identify actions that we can all put in place to make a difference…

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Brexit - what it means for food supply chains

BREXIT: The latest

Our Procurement Director, Mike Meek, has been providing commentary and analysis on Brexit and the impact of possible outcomes for the past few years and is also on the University of Warwick advisory committee to the Government regarding food supply. Now a Free Trade Agreement has been struck with the EU, Mike looks at what this will likely mean for food supply chains…

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Food trends in 2021

Seasonality and food trends to kick off 2021

As the indulgence of the festive holiday draws to a close, many will have finished the last of the cheese and mince pies and either despite or because of Lockdown 3.0, look to start 2021 with a focus on health and wellbeing. Here we look at foods that are in season and may support these healthy eating aspirations or trends for early 2021…

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Brexit – the latest news and how caterers can prepare

Brexit – the latest news and how caterers can prepare

Whilst Brexit negotiations continue in earnest, it is difficult for those of us on the outside to see what progress has been made. So, what can we assume? And what can we be doing to prepare?

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