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Sustainable catering standard on the cards

Soil Association Certification is teaming up with the Carbon Trust to develop a bespoke sustainable catering standard to complement the Food for Life Catering Mark. The new standard will look at waste, energy and water, in addition to food provenance and supply chain, which are already covered by the existing Catering Mark award. To be […]

February 22, 2016 Continue Reading
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Sustainable catering standard on the cards

Soil Association Certification is teaming up with the Carbon Trust to develop a bespoke sustainable catering standard to complement the Food for Life Catering Mark. The new standard will look at waste, energy and water, in addition to food provenance and supply chain, which are already covered by the existing Catering Mark award. To be […]

February 18, 2016 Continue Reading
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New board members announced for Soil Association Certification

Soil Association Certification has appointed Nick Buckland OBE (above) as its new non-executive chairman and elected two new board members, Beth Thoren and Sonny Masero. The appointments come at a time when the organization continues to expand its offerings, including in the areas of sustainable forestry and catering. Buckland has significant experience in strategic planning, […]

January 4, 2016 Continue Reading
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Soil Association online training gets thumbs up

The Soil Association’s new online training programme for retailers has got off to a good start, with 90% of those who completed the evaluation saying the training was of high or very good quality. The free one-hour online training aims to give retailers and their staff a useful insight into selling organic, says the Soil […]

December 2, 2015 Continue Reading
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Soil Association facilitates organic exports to China

Soil Association Certification has announced a new partnership with the Organic Food Development Centre (OFDC) – China’s organic certification body – to make it easier and cheaper for UK businesses to export organic products to this rapidly growing market. It is predicted that the organic market in China will be worth approximately US$7.8 billion by […]

April 24, 2014 Continue Reading
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