Home Sustainable Seafood Week Sustainable Seafood Suppers Ever wanted to cook with Michelin star winning TV chefs and foodie influencers? Now is your chance! This week is one of celebration – of the seafood we all love, and how to enjoy it, while at the same time making sure there is plenty of fish in the sea today, tomorrow, and forever. We are bringing together an inspiring group of well-known British chefs and influencers to show you how simple cooking up sustainable seafood is.
Sustainability has gained traction—and rightfully so—with individuals and businesses alike. And while your personal purchasing habits and environmentally friendly behaviors are nice (keep doing your part!), compared to the scale and impact of businesses, they don’t make as big a dent. Just think about the transit miles to support the millions of products shipped every year from all over the globe, compared to your couple dozen trips to the local grocery store.
Individual initiatives are great, but to achieve progress at scale, you need to quantify the impact of your operations and future emissions reductions. And do that efficiently, you need sustainability management software.
A few weeks ago we brought the news that Virgin Atlantic was launching sustainable amenity kits, made from Kraft paper, which married cool design aesthetic with a clear sustainability drive. Now, SAS is launching a new packaging design for the award-winning New Nordic by SAS food concept.
FALLS CHURCH, Va. – In the packaging world, there are two big trends that are on a “collision course” heading into 2019, said Lynn Dyer, president of the Foodservice Packaging Institute. The first is convenience.
Cargo owners are usually among the first victims in a crisis. COVID-19 has taken that to another level, with shipments being delayed, blanked, subjected to demurrage, stranded, lost, dropped by importers, or stored at sea because of landside space constraints. Cargo owners ultimately are the lifeblood of ship owners/operators and the ports that serve them. With so many parties in between, how can ports get closer to their real users, understand their needs and build solutions to keep them satisfied and loyal?