Greggs serves up fresh green energy and food waste goals

Michael Holder
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The bakery chain has already set a broader aim to achieve net zero by 2040 | Credit: Greggs
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The bakery chain has already set a broader aim to achieve net zero by 2040 | Credit: Greggs

Bakery chain's first ever sustainability plan sets broad aim to become a 'carbon neutral, zero waste business'

Greggs has today served up its first ever sustainability plan, setting out a menu of pledges to drive down food waste, boost its use of renewable energy, and improve the environmental credentials of its...

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