Food and Beverage Resource Efficiency Report Released

The report released today by the Next Manufacturing Revolution identifies £920M p.a. in cost savings and 6.6 million tCO2e p.a. reduction that the UK Food and Beverage sector is not capturing.

Following two years of research, peer review, and a summit workshop bringing together key companies, government departments and industry bodies, this report presents the business case for resource efficiency and how to access the available opportunities.

The report includes a 2023 Vision for the sector which has been collaboratively developed to include improvements currently available – but which are not being exploited.

A roadmap of action is presented in the report which will see WRAP, FDF, EEF, the University of Cambridge and the Next Manufacturing Revolution striving to achieve this vision.

The report can be accessed at: Food and Beverage Resource Efficiency report

Similar summit workshops and reports are currently being planned by the Next Manufacturing Revolution for the Automotive and Textiles & Apparel sectors.

For more information, contact Greg Lavery at greg.lavery@laverypennell.com or 079 0016 3409.

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