Catering giant Compass plots plant-based food shift in 2030 net zero drive

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Compass Group joins UN Race to Zero campaign as it promises to 'help build more sustainable food system'

Compass Group, one of UK and Ireland's largest food service companies, is planning to ramp up its switch to plant-based proteins and electric vehicles as it today set out plans deliver net zero emissions...

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