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UN considers ban on fast food marketing
While the United Nations considers banning fast food chains from sponsoring kids’ sports and with chef Jamie Oliver on a mission to prevent them advertising before 9pm, Chris Evans gauges the potential impact on the sector
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Food&HotelAsia opens its doors for the 40th year
Event director Rodolphe Lameyse speaks to Tina Nielsen about the 2018 edition of Asia’s largest business event for food an hospitality industries

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Jamie Oliver announces 10-year partnership with Aramark
The chef takes his brand in a new direction as it partners with Aramark to collaborate on workplace food in Northern Europe

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Food delivery in China enters new era as Alibaba acquires Ele.me
A $9.5bn deal puts China’s food delivery sector on the verge of duopoly status, but there are rewards to be reaped for regional foodservice operators, as Thomas Lawrence reports

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Packaging waste: business leads the way
Unrecyclable and unsustainable packaging is a global issue. The most innovative initiatives are coming from firms, reports Thomas Lawrence

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Blog: sustainability is more than a tick-box exercise
Steve Malkin, founder of The Planet Mark, says Sustainable Development Goals should be seen as a business opportunity, not a CSR burden

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Blog: William Caruso FFCSI looks ahead to the FCSI The Americas conference
The Mile-High City is the place to be when FCSI hosts its annual conference there next week, says the chair of FCSI The Americas

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