WRAP announces 24 new signatories for Courtauld Commitment

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The Courtauld Commitment 2025 has now been running for one year

WRAP has announced 24 new signatories to its sustainability agreement the Courtauld Commitment 2025.

The agreement sees leading industry bodies and businesses working together to produce food and drink products more efficiently, make best use of residues and by-products and tackle food waste.

New partners include ABP Food Group, the Welsh Local Government Association and Hovis.

They join 156 other organisations working together to cut one fifth of the resources needed to provide the UK’s food and drink in 10 years.

Twelve months on from the original agreement, WRAP has released a review outlining what changes have been made so far.

Steve Creed, WRAP director of business programmes, said: “In just one year, we’ve set up ten working groups covering a range of key issues from tackling the largest food waste categories, to driving consumer behavioural change.

“The group will spend 2018 testing on-farm resource-efficiency measures and exploring ways to tackle consumer food waste.”

For details of the full report, visit http://courtauldreview.wrap.org.uk/

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