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South African Fast Food/QSR Industry Report
Compiled August 2018 (137 pages): The South African Fast Food/QSR Industry Landscape Report provides a dynamic synthesis of industry research, examining the local and global Fast Food industry from a uniquely holistic perspective, with detailed insights into the entire value chai
Roundup; are we poisoning our kids?
It’s been a bad couple of weeks for Roundup. First, American jurors ordered the weedkiller’s manufacturer, Monsanto, to pay R4229 million to a terminally-ill former school groundsman who contracted non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2014, which he said was caused by repeated exposure to R
Seafood consumers want ethical labels but sustainability trumped by price
A significant new study from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) reveals mixed consumer attitudes to seafood sustainability, demonstrating demand for independent ethical labels but also a trend for price to motivate purchase.
30% of university students are hungry
A significant new study from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) reveals mixed consumer attitudes to seafood sustainability, demonstrating demand for independent ethical labels but also a trend for price to motivate purchase.University students are the victims of a “hidden hunge
Superfruits can help save SA economy
While South Africa was creating jobs and achieving some economic growth, these processes were not happening fast enough to keep up with the rate at which the population was growing and people were entering the job market.
Starved by the Price of Food
Poor families have been cutting down on buying proper nutritious food by as much as 26%, and need another R1 062.38 a month to be able to afford it.
Municipality educates locals about food safety
They gave certificates to 40 employees after teaching them all about listeriosis, food safety, and pest control.
The law must change to enable the donation of tons of food going to waste
It is estimated that a staggering one in five South African households is food insecure with more than 13 million South Africans routinely experiencing hunger. This is in contravention of the Constitution, which enshrines access to food as a right.
Renowned local hotel brand bans straws
Popular South African hotel chain, Tsogo Sun has decided to take a stand against plastic pollution by no longer serving straws at all of its establishments.
Not going to eat that? How surplus food should be redirected to the poor
SA’s retail sector is best primed to have a real impact on food waste, writes Louise Naudé
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