Sales of organic products rose in the UK last year, despite an overall reduction in food products and a fall in food prices.
Global beverage can maker Rexam has created an infographic that highlights the three key stages of beverage cans within the circular economy: manufacturing, consumption and recycling.
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A Scottish manufacturer has launched a new biofuel made from by-products of the whisky industry that it has claimed could spark a £100m industry.
Carlsberg and Rexam have celebrated the award of the first ever Cradle-to-Cradle certification for sustainable and innovative products given to a beverage can.
The judging panel for the IFE World Food Innovation Awards, sponsored by Tetra Pak, has been announced.
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- Carlsberg to develop world's first biodegradable wood fibre bottle
- Food and Drink Federation meets carbon dioxide target 5 years early
- Rexam participates in shared vision for aluminium sustainability
- Supermarket food waste down 15%
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