Episode 1: Circular Economy

We showcase actions members are taking to build a Circular Economy, closing the loop to recycle and reuse valuable resources.

Episode Chapters – Circular Economy

1. Welcome

In this episode, we look at the Circular Economy.

2. AFGC CEO Tanya Barden Interview

Tanya shares her vision for a clean and green industry and describes the role AFGC and its members can play.

3. Coca-Cola European Partners

When it comes to the Circular Economy, closing the loop through production and recycling, collaboration and partnerships are key to success.

Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Australia is working towards a circular economy for plastic packaging. But as Simon Reeve discovered, CCEP understands it can’t solve the challenges by itself, and welcomes playing its part in working with others.

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4. Industry Interviews - Part A

We asked AFGC Board Members and sector leaders for their thoughts around building a Circular Economy.

5. McCormick

There are a number of challenges facing the food and beverage industry, but one thing remains constant, what we consume, has to taste good.

McCormick has been adding flavour to kitchens around the world for more than a century.

But the company’s looking towards the future, to ensure the process is not only sustainable for the environment, but for the long-term financial viability of growers, and the communities they’re a part of, in Australia and abroad.

More Information – Hyperlink TBC

6. Industry Interviews - Part B

We discuss the opportunities and challenges in moving to a Circular Economy, for businesses and the industry going forward.

7. Tip Top

This industry knows the importance of sustainable solutions that protect the environment. The pro-active steps businesses are taking now are laying the groundwork for a bright future.

Tip Top Bakeries is one company that is taking this approach.

More Information – Hyperlink TBC

8. Goodbye/Credits

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