The urgent need for mandatory measures to tackle food waste.
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Consultation with firms in England on mandatory reporting deferred to 2021
Addressing food waste is a no regrets policy option on the road to net zero - but it needs a regulatory approach.
The EU's role in a food system that meets climate ambitions.
An open letter on the importance of publishing the Farm to Fork strategy: no further delays, keep April 2020 as publication date.
We have set out how things currently look and developed scenarios for the UK’s fresh food in 2020 in light of Covid-19.
The response of communities, civil society and citizens are giving us a glimpse of a more resilient and fairer food system
To eat meat or not to eat meat, is that the right question?
The government must introduce binding targets to halve food waste from farm to fork by 2030.
Since we began our community-led Gleaning project over a year ago, there are 21 Gleaning groups in England alone – will yours be next?
Across two ‘Halloween’ seasons alone, Feedback rescued around 45 tonnes of would-be-wasted pumpkins.
There is an overwhelming concentration of power at the buyer end of our food system.
Feedback reacts to WRAP’s announcement today that around 3.6 million tonnes of food is wasted annually on UK farms.
Feedback responds to the news LEON founder Henry Dimbleby will lead the first major review of the UK food system in nearly 75 years.
Waste food has shown to be an excellent way to feed pigs and chickens. Find out how and why UK law needs to change to make it possible here.
The Committee on Climate Change's guidance recommends a 20% cut in beef and lamb - will that be enough to reduce emissions?
Gleaning is an ancient tradition, but what is its future? Dan Woolley reflects on how far it has come, and what's coming next.
Tackling food waste on farms now has a deadline for action. Find out more about the problem of farm food waste and what you can do about it.
Individuals can help the planet with what they consume, but real change in halting Climate Change needs to come from the policy makers.
Much to like and celebrate - and a few areas where we'd like to see the government go further to end the scandal of food waste.
Why food and the food supply chain needs to be addressed as a part of the solution for climate change.
Read about Feedback's events at CoP24 - the international UN climate negotiations in Poland.
If this Swedish MEP is so worried about food waste, why is she supporting supermarket pressure to block legislation to address it?
We welcome an announcement that nearly 90 major food UK businesses will embrace transparency on their food waste.