Nestlé Professional launches Sustainability Index 2022

The last few years have driven lasting changes to consumer behaviour, impacting our relationship with food and the businesses that serve it. To identify emerging trends, and pinpoint opportunities for foodservice leaders, Nestlé Professional has launched a new report: Footprint Sustainability Index 2022. Packed with industry insight and interviews with key influencers, the report aims to help foodservice leaders adapt their business and operations, enabling them to thrive in this newly evolved landscape.  

Developed in collaboration with Footprint Intelligence, the report has been created using consumer surveys, industry insight and in-depth industry interviews. Designed to address all of the critical issues faced by the industry, it provides insight and recommendations on clients and consumers, sustainable diets, energy, emissions and natural resources; waste and resources; policy and supply chain; and employee health and wellbeing.

Katya Simmons, Managing Director Nestlé Professional UK&I says: “The foodservice industry is going through unprecedented change. The cost-of-living is rising, supply shortages are impacting prices, and new legislation is being introduced, encouraging operators to rethink labelling, packaging and waste management.

“Fortunately, foodservice business can reduce costs, comply with legislation and keep consumers happy with effective carbon cutting and resource efficiency. To provide inspiration and actionable advice, we collaborated with Footprint Intelligence to compile this report. We hope that foodservice businesses find it of value; helping them to grow their business while reducing carbon footprint.”

To view and download the Sustainability Index report, click here 

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