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FoodDrinkEurope is firmly committed to supporting the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals 12.3 to halve food waste by 2030. FoodDrinkEurope and its members have set a midterm ambition to contribute towards implementing the UN SDGs and its food waste 12.3 target. We will do this by contributing to halving food waste within our manufacturing operations by 2025.  More

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FoodDrinkEurope has launched its policy priorities for the EU Institutions, in view of the upcoming EU elections later this year. FoodDrinkEurope’s publication, entitled ‘Let’s step up to the plate’, outlines in a clear and concise manner the food and drink industry’s key priorities under four pillars, namely: For a Single Market with a Purpose, Feeding Europe’s Economy, Serving Consumers’ Needs and Growing Sustainably. The report...

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At an official event celebrating the closing of the first cohort of the Sustainability Leadership and Innovation Program, effective resource management projects were presented in the Non-Alcoholic Beverages and Soft Drinks sector. The program was launched for the first time in Bulgaria in March 2018, providing industry professionals with the opportunity to acquire knowledge on sustainable business development. It was developed jointly by the Bulgarian Soft Drinks Association...

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Significant progress made to combat UTPs (www.fooddrinkeurope.eu)

(Brussels, 19 December 2018) FoodDrinkEurope and AIM acknowledge the agreement reached today between the European Commission, Parliament and the Member States on the proposed Unfair Trading Practices (UTPs) Directive. More...

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It allows food and drink manufacturers to offer consumers a wide choice of safe products that meet their lifestyle needs. However, some packaging – particularly plastics – ends up in nature and contributes to the growing problem of (marine) litter. In addition, different packaging materials face different challenges in terms of circularity. Some materials, including some plastics, are already fully recyclable and the challenge is to ensure infrastructure is in...

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