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UK Government, Food Companies Urged To Adopt Sustainability In Food Production

July 13, 2009: 11:05 AM EST
Advocates of a sustainable food supply chain are increasing their pressure on the UK government and the food industry to take more decision action to achieve that end. The pressure seems to be having some impact: a House of Commons committee and a government advisory panel are set to release findings and recommendations. Another commission has already fashioned a seven-point plan for achieving sustainability. The chairman of the advisory panel urged government, industry and consumers to accept “low input, sustainable healthy diets.”
Rick Pendrous , "Pressure mounts for more sustainable food chain", Food Manufacture, July 13, 2009, © William Reed Business Media Ltd
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