Food for the Future

Rio and after: can the food and drinks industry make a success of sustainability?

Against the background of the Rio+20 summit, this Special Edition sets out the global sustainability challenges facing the UK’s food industry, examines how it can respond, and highlights examples in which leading players are successfully doing so, with case studies from Britain and abroad.

It includes interviews and contributions from leading figures in the sector, including Caroline Spelman, UK Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, academics, environmentalists and business leaders.

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