The PSC 100 Group campaign encourages public sector caterers to reduce their ruminant meat cons
20% Less Meat
In light of the findings the food and health policy charity is calling on food businesses to set targets for shifting revenue towards producing and selling healthier and more sustainable food.
Meatless Farm found that 78% of British families want to do more to help the planet but over a third feel it is unachievable.
UKHACC’s recommendations are published in a report: ‘All Consuming: Building a healthier food s
Among the initiatives are two meatless days a week in public sector canteens and a 60 percent organic food minimum on their menus.
Hosted by Public Sector Catering magazine, the event will kick off with a short, recorded interview with Andy Jones, chair of the umbrella PSC100 Group, to set the scene.
Sales of meat-free foods has grown 40% over the last five years to represent one of the industry’s fastest growing sectors.
The survey, conducted as part of BNF Healthy Eating Week 2020, reveals that 50% of primary school children and 26% of secondary school students say that they feel better or healthier now that they
Concerns have been raised in recent months over a potential weakening of food import standards via trade deals.
This contrasts with only just under one in ten (9%) who recycle ‘occasionally’ and one in 25 (4%) who recycle ‘rarely’ or ‘never’.