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The Green Paper 2014

The Green Paper is a detailed analysis and report into sustainability and green issues within the UK foodservice industry.

Back in 2008, Gram commissioned the very first of the biennial Green Papers. From the very beginning, The Green Paper became a reference tool for discussions on the actions and attitudes towards sustainability in the UK foodservice industry.

Throughout four Papers and six years, this unique research has investigated the effects of continued economic uncertainty in a double-dip recession, along with an increase in green communications, technologies and legislation. The Paper delivers a detailed overview of the UK foodservice market, as well as delves deeper into eight specific channels: Pubs; Restaurants; Hotels; Workplaces; Care Homes; Healthcare; Schools; Universities.

For The Green Paper 2014, quantitative surveys were conducted between November 2013 and February 2014 and analysed by independent research consultancy Cambridge Direction.

Increasing the sample size for 2014, Gram teamed up with the leading channel associations, working directly with their members to get their views and insight into the way they operate as caterers.

 

Green Paper 2014

Previous Green Papers

Green Paper 2012 Green Paper 2010 Green Paper 2008
The Green Paper
2012

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The Green Paper
2010

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The Green Paper
2008

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