Leading UK supermarkets eye industry-wide food CO2 reporting standards

Stuart Stone
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WRAP and WWF-UK join forces with eight of the UK's largest retailers to standardise greenhouse gas emission measurement and reporting for the food and drink sector

A host of leading UK supermarkets are teaming up to help develop a standardised approach for measuring and reporting on food-related greenhouse gas emissions, as part of an initiative launched by waste...

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