Courtauld 2025: Cutting food waste by 20% by 2025

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What is it?

A raft of retailers including Tesco, Morrisons, Asda, Waitrose, Sainsbury's and many more has signed up to the Courtauld 2025 agreement launched today. The aim is to reduce food waste in the UK by 20% by 2025.

More info:

You can read the full info on the WRAP Courtauld 2025 page.

And the full Courtauld 2025 Signatory List

What can you do?

Has your council signed up to it? Will you lobby it to sign if not?

Do you think this food waste reduction target will work? And will it help cut businesses' costs and subsequently help them cut food prices?

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