Knowing more about the food that we eat and how it gets to our plates. 

Explaining the environmental impact of food production.  The first step is educating ourselves on what we all can do to reduce this damage and how we can eat more consciously.

7th August 2019

Olio

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Tessa Clarke Co-Founder  

 www.olioex.com


"OLIO connects neighbours with each other and with local businesses so surplus food can be shared, not thrown away. This could be food nearing its sell-by date in local stores, spare home-grown vegetables, bread from your baker, or the groceries in your fridge when you go away. 


OLIO  believes that small actions can lead to big change. Collectively – one rescued cupcake, carrot or bottle of lotion at a time – we can build a more sustainable future where our most precious resources are shared, not thrown away"

Marine Stewardship Council

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James Simpson 

Communications and Marketing


- www.msc.org


MSC is "on a mission to end overfishing. Ensure future generations can enjoy the wild seafood we love by choosing certified sustainable seafood with the blue fish label."

Giki

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Jo Hand  (Founder)  

 www.gikibadges.com


"Giki is a social enterprise on a mission to make sustainable consumption easy. We do this by providing easy to understand information to consumers on environmental, social and health issues. This allows them to make informed choices about the products they buy and the companies they buy them from.

Our information is openly available to other organisations whose goal is to encourage more sustainable behaviours.  We now provide sustainability information for 280,000 UK supermarket products covering thirteen areas including: carbon footprint; sustainable palm oil; responsible sourcing; chemicals of concern; organic; UK made; animal welfare; nutrition; animal testing; additives; greener cosmetics; kinder cleaning and recycling."

Avery Dennison

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More brands are moving toward sustainable packaging especially when it comes to single use packaging. The materials in Avery Dennison's ClearIntent™ Portfolio improve the environmental impact of packaging. 

First Mile

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www.thefirstmile.co.uk


"The waste industry can be a dirty business, but to us it's a source of inspiration.... on a mission to revolutionise waste and recycling for businesses. Along the way we've pioneered some awesome tech, to help us deliver a hassle-free, reliable service that is good for our customers and the planet.

And because we believe in a world where everything can be recycled, we go out of our way to find creative solutions; only items that can’t currently be salvaged go to waste, where they generate Green energy"