Event Date: 10:30am, 8th August 2023
Ticket Price: €10
Prioritising sustainability is now crucial in order to meet consumer needs, align with retailers, comply with regulations, satisfy investor expectations, and ultimately stay relevant. New legislation is also coming down the tracks e.g., The Deposit Return Scheme which will oblige customers to pay a returnable deposit on cans and bottles.
Upcoming sustainability directives and regulations affecting your business.
The business case for a sustainability strategy and tactics for achieving results.
The need for transparent communication with your stakeholders.
Review two live case studies.
Donal Quinn Enso Initiatives
Clare Tait, Chocolatey Clare
Dublin producer Clare Tait has been a champion for sustainability for many years and will share her successful approach.
Maria Svejdar, Head of Marketing & CX, GS1 Ireland
Today's consumers, regulators and retailers all require access to information a product's sustainability and circular economy credentials. Learn how your product's barcode number and a QR code can satisfy this increasing demand for information in an efficient and cost effective way.
Why Should I Attend
There is a real risk that some food and drink producers will lose product listings with retailers and commercial advantage over the coming years if they don’t move fast to meet new consumer demands and comply with the latest legislation on the horizon. – James Burke
This short event will help put in perspective the latest changes and possible solutions for this complex topic.
Dublin Food Chain is a collaborative initiative of Local Enterprise Offices in the Dublin area. The Dublin Food Chain is part of an ongoing effort to harness the power of the 'collective', in order to ensure that Co. Dublin's unique food heritage benefits from the attention it deserves.