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The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference is set to take place in November of this year. With the UK hosting the event, the Prime Minister is reportedly set to roll out a carbon cutting plan as part of the 'green recovery' with the aim of 'building back better.' Chatter from Downing Street suggests that the UK is set to become the first country in the world to require companies to disclose their climate-related financial risk.

But what does this mean for foodservice, and are the sector's big businesses prepared?

In collaboration with Foodservice Footprint, Quorn sat down and discussed some of the most pressing questions that have arisen from within the sector, from clients and customers alike. This link takes you to the full podcast, available to stream. Have a listen and let us know what you think! Remember that if you have any questions you can contact us at

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