Publications

The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has published a range of publications to highlighting the achievements and accomplishments of the FDF and our members.

Our publications are divided into the following categories:

Latest Publications

Ingredients for Success

Published June 2014

Food and drink manufacturing is a great British success story.

With the right partnership with Government we can build on our success to continue to improve our efficiency, productivity and overall contribution to the economy.

View Ingredients for Success - Agenda
Download the Ingredients for Success - Agenda - pdf | 260kb


FDF's Responsibility Deal Annual Update

Published May 2014

This report shows the work that FDF members have been undertaking to improve public health under the Coalition Government's Responsibility Deal, part of its long-term public health strategy.

View Public Health Responsibility Deal
Download the Responsibility Deal Annual Update - pdf | 325kb


Five-fold Environmental Ambition: Progress Report 2013

Published: December 2013

FDF's Five-fold Environmental Ambition sets a range of targets for cutting CO2 emissions, promoting more efficient use of water, reducing packaging and transport and eliminating food waste to landfill. This report marks the sixth anniversary of FDF's Five-fold Environmental Ambition.

View the Five-fold Environmental Ambition: 2013.

Download Five-fold Environmental Ambition: Progress Report 2013 - pdf | 2Mb


Food Authenticity: Five steps to help protect your business from food fraud

Published December 2013

This simple guide, which follows on from FDF's Guide on 'Sustainable Sourcing: Five Steps Towards Managing Supply Chain Risk', sets out a step-by-step process to help food and drink manufacturing businesses of all sizes protect their businesses from food fraud by helping them to identify, prioritise and manage upstream supply chain authenticity risks.

View the Food Authenticity: Five steps to help protect your business from food fraud guide

Download the Food Authenticity: Five steps to help protect your business from food fraud guide - pdf | 600Kb

 

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