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

Gluten Labelling Best Practice: How To Label Pre-Packed Foods Which Include Cereals Containing Gluten

Published June 2015

This best practice aims to provide recommendations to manufacturers on how to label food products containing gluten through review of the relevant EU legislation, guidance notes and with reference to claims for gluten-free foods.

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Exports snapshot

Published march 2015

UK food and drink export statistics for 2014

View: Exports snapshot 2014

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Five-fold Environmental Ambition: Progress Report 2014

Published January 2014

This report marks the seventh anniversary of FDF's Five-fold Environmental Ambition.

View: Five-fold Environmental Ambition progress report 2014

Download: FDF Five-fold Environmental Ambition progress 2014 report - PDF

Sustainable palm oil - Five steps to ensure responsible sourcing

Published December 2014

This simple guide sets out a step-by-step process to help food and drink manufacturers of all sizes get started on the journey of sourcing sustainable palm oil.

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10 Steps to Export Success - A reference guide for food and drink businesses

Published September 2014 - first version published September 2013

FDF in collaboration with Defra have created this free online resource to help food and drink manufacturers with every step in their exporting journey.

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