Hubbub and Unilever urge consumers not to waste Halloween pumpkins

New research released by environmental charity Hubbub and Unilever reveals the number of edible pumpkins set to go to waste this Halloween. Reported to be Hubbub's and Unilever’s third in a series of seasonal campaigns to tackle the seven million tonnes of food and drink wasted in UK homes each year, new research reveals seven out of 10 pumpkins carved for Halloween don’t get eaten?.


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European Paper Week 2016 registration is open - 19/09/2016

The Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI) has kicked off registration for European Paper Week (EPW), taking place on 22-24 November in Brussels. The event will offer for the 18th time a unique opportunity to liaise with the movers and shakers in the European paper industry. This year, it promises exciting new features: more networking opportunities with a welcome cocktail, a new location at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Brussels city centre and a focus on the key topic of future employee skills and education, to name but a few.

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