Soya

Sign the UK Soy Manifesto to protect forests, people and our planet

By Rose McCulloch, Senior Consultant, Efeca In November, 28 major businesses from across the UK supply chain came together to sign the UK Soy Manifesto, a commitment to cut deforestation and conversion linked soy from UK supply chains by 2025. Signatories include major UK restaurant brands like Nando’s and KFC, all the major supermarkets, and …

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Which restaurant and pub chains are the most family and planet friendly?

By Laura Chan, Policy Officer, Soil Association The UK is under the microscope this year interrogating how we aren’t and how we should be meeting our climate and nature targets. In the lead up to COP26 in Glasgow, multiple sectors including hospitality are vying to demonstrate what they are doing to step up. After taking …

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3 food businesses only sourcing soy responsibly #FoodMadeGoodSustainabilitree

AUTHOR: ADYA RANA This fortnight we’re taking you through hospitality businesses who have checked off one of the ‘To Do’s in the 10 framework areas of our Food Made Good 50 self-assessment tool. Next up – “We only buy responsibly sourced soy“ Why do they bother? Today, the savannah in South America has lost 50% …

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Soya think you know where your beans are from?

author: Ylva Johannesson The attention given to the sustainability of soya, compared to say palm oil, is chicken feed, but it’s quickly emerging as an equally important topic to address due to its link to deforestation and climate change. Last week Ylva Johannesson, SRA Head of Membership, attended the second UK Roundtable on Sustainable Soya …

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