Earlier this year the Next Manufacturing Revolution examined the barriers to non-labour resource efficiency in the UK Food and Beverage sector. Participants included industry, government, subject matter experts, academia and NGOs. The study, which includes a vision for 2023, can be accessed here.
Further discussion on this topic will take place on 23 October 2014 at the Sustainable Food & Beverage Conference & Exhibition, which will be held at the Motor Cycle Museum, Birmingham.
This event is designed to bring together key stakeholders in the food and beverage manufacturing, retail and food service sectors. The speaker line up is drawn from senior management throughout the food and beverage industry who have delivered quantifiable results.
This is likely to be especially useful for those who have direct and indirect responsibility for sustainability targets including carbon emissions, food waste, water conservation, packaging reduction, supply chain optimization and energy reduction.
You can read more about the event at http://www.sustainablefoodexpo.com/.