Our Feed Me Truth
schools campaign, encouraging schools and colleges to turn their supply chains transparent will resume in February with a programme of activity supported by Co - operative Childcare.
We continue to invite all food and drink organisations
who help the consumer understand the journey of their food and drink, the opportunity to network into our information hub for free. Through our unique QR code, we want the consumer to be able to discover what every accreditation and certification attached to every entity in the supply chain actually means.
Food and Drink Events and Marques
We will be working with more events and festivals to validate the provenance claims of their caterers and / or food and drink vendors, and supporting the credibility of third party schemes and brands wishing to apply their own criteria to our supply chain information.
We are in discussions with several major retailers regarding a national roll out of Happerley Transparency across own label and we will make the approrpriate announcement according to how these progress.
We offer a range of additional client benefits to becoming Happerley Transparent, which are continually growing.
We are looking forward to the opening of our very first National Centre of Food & Drink Provenance, Happerley England at Lock29 in Banbury in 2020! We will continue discussions for a Happerley Wales, a Happerley Scotland and a Happerley Ireland - leading to four national centres.
Enshrining our Independence
We are now working to have constituted a not for profit entity for the Happerley certification marque, to which the operating company is contracted before June 2020. This will ensure Happerley perpetually provides a credible currency of provenance truth for the benefit of all. The Happerley Advisory Board will help oversee this transition.