Supporting organisations are critical to the success of the Food Waste Reduction Roadmap, through the work done to recruit food businesses in the first instance and then to help these businesses to implement Target, Measure, Act.

There are now almost 50 supporting organisations who contribute in a variety of ways, including actively using their communication channels to promote the Roadmap to their members, clients and partners, and identifying opportunities for WRAP/IGD to promote the Roadmap at appropriate events, working groups and workshops.

Many contribute to the development of guidance and other resources to help businesses to ACT on food waste, including through increasing the amount of food surplus being redistributed.

SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK

With the 2023 targets for separate food waste collections from households and businesses across England fast approaching, followed by the end to landfill for food waste in England in 2030, there has never been a greater imperative to review your operations to plan your transition to a food waste-free future.

Dr Adam Read, SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK's External Affairs Director

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Veolia UK

Through innovation and new technologies, we can make sure we realise the real potential that is currently going to waste and deliver a more sustainable future.

Matthew Osmond, National Sales Director, Veolia UK

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