The Lloyd’s Register survey of senior executives within the beverage sector claims that despite the risk of food fraud, it is not a high priority among many industry leaders.
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The certification aims to allow organisations to demonstrate their commitment to taking proactive steps to better measure, reduce and re-use the plastic coming into – and going out from – their businesses.
A report from Lloyd’s Register has suggested that consumers in the US are more concerned about food waste than ever before, and expect more to be done by brands to tackle the issue.
The Lloyd's Register report, compiled from online research of 1,000 UK consumers in August 2019, claims that one in three UK shoppers are questioning the safety of their food.
A new report from Lloyd's Register has suggested that UK shoppers are concerned with sustainable and ethical sourcing, ingredient traceability and food safety, but are still highly cost-driven.
Mark Fincham, UK Technical Manager at Lloyd’s Register, explains how specific controls introduced in the wake of the 2013 horsemeat scandal, can mitigate against the risk of food fraud, as consumers are concerned ‘fake meat’ products actually contain animal products.