WRAP considering new guidance for food labelling

WRAP’s food labelling guidance has the potential to save the UK £1bn of avoidable food waste each year

Changes to food labelling could save an estimated 350,000 tonnes of avoidable food waste a year,a ccording to WRAP. Photograph Astrid Gast123RFA government-backed initiative to cut food waste by simplifying food labelling has been put out for consultation.

Resources charity WRAP, which has been working with the government and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) on food labelling since February, published its draft guidance on 6 July.

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