The European Commission has launched a Code of Conduct for responsible food business and marketing, with the aim of ‘improving the health of our citizens, our societies and the planet’. But will it deliver on these lofty ambitions?
A US$5trn investor coalition – supported by former UN Secretary General and architect of the Paris Agreement Ban Ki-moon – is calling on G20 governments to disclose specific targets to address agricultural emissions in the runup to COP26.
The UK Government announced plans to limit the advertising of unhealthy foods last week. The food and advertising industries expressed ‘disappointment’ at ‘draconian’ measures, while health campaigners welcomed the news but voiced concern over possible...
As the G7 summit draws to its end and groundwork commences for COP 26, world leaders have been urged to look at the food system to deliver progress on COVID-19, economic security, climate change and health.
The European Commission has set out an ambitious agenda as it works to move food production to a more sustainable footing. However, there is a pressing need to move from target-setting to engagement and achievement.
As the UK government launches a new mentorship programme to encourage more food and beverage producers to boost their exports, British companies have a golden opportunity to expand overseas, companies say.
In Germany, companies will be required to identify and account for human rights violations in global supply chains. While largely perceived to be a step in the right direction, some argue the new law falls short.