If you’re working in the food and beverage sector, it is highly likely that sustainability is on your mind. You might be thinking about reducing your CO2 emissions, or cutting back on food and packaging waste. Or maybe you’re looking to reduce your water consumption and your overall carbon footprint.
It is notable that various governments are putting in place strategic food and beverage sustainability goals to ensure that all consumers have access to healthy and safe food; that landowners are supported to make a viable living; that high environmental standards are set and achieved; and that animal welfare is supported in production.
In the food and beverage sectors, further plans for reducing waste and employing sustainability are also being implemented. Manufacturers are being asked to commit to low-carbon, efficient solutions and embrace sustainable patterns of consumption and production. Producers are looking to embed sustainable sourcing within the supply chain and utilise new technologies to implement more efficient, sustainable production methods.
Making a Sustainable Difference
Ensuring safe food production for a growing population while limiting our environmental footprint is a tough ask. The food and beverage industries are looking more and more carefully at water conservation, and adapting proper water management that includes advanced treatment, water saving, and zero discharge solutions.
So how can your food and beverage manufacturing decisions help reduce waste, improve product quality and give you an enviable sustainability rating?
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