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Food sector on brink of another CO2 gas crisis amid soaring energy prices

The British Poultry Council warned the latest shortages of the gas could “dwarf” those that almost brought the sector to a halt in 2018

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Meat sector making progress on carbon targets: Wrap

The food waste charity’s first update on its Meat in a Net Zero World project showed “the need for change was widely recognised”

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We’re at peak meat. Which supermarket will bite the bullet and pledge to sell less?

Supermarkets cannot sell meat at the volumes they do without being involved in deforestation, says Elena Polisano, Greenpeace UK senior campaigner

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Tesco and Co-op risking tax penalty as battle for drivers intensifies, lawyers warn

The supermarkets are looking to engage HGV drivers with a limited company, an arrangement HMRC has sought to crack down on

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The weak points where hackers could hijack the supply chain

With more of the food system run online – and, increasingly, from the homes of its workers – the industry faces a rising risk of cyberattacks

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Fight the instinct to cut and run when problems emerge in the supply chain

Buyers should stick with their industry partners to help them resolve their issues, says Mike Coppen-Gardner, MD at SPQR Communications

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The weak points where hackers could hijack the supply chain

With more of the food system run online – and, increasingly, from the homes of its workers – the industry faces a rising risk of cyberattacks

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