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Sustainable Foods London, the only dedicated sustainable F&D event in the UK, returns four times bigger! on 31 May-1 June 2023 at the Islington Business Design Centre. The 3rd edition of SF London will continue to support and unite the sustainability community where there will be a ‘all things sustainable’ large-scale exhibition and conference.

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Sustainable Foods London, the only dedicated sustainable F&D event in the UK, returns four times bigger! on 31 May-1 June 2023 at the Islington Business Design Centre. The 3rd edition of SF London will continue to support and unite the sustainability community where there will be a ‘all things sustainable’ large-scale exhibition and conference.
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2022 Speakers

Dr. Emma Keller
Head of Sustainability - Nestle UK & I

Emma leads the sustainability agenda across Nestlé UK & Ireland, focusing on delivering the ambitious net zero climate commitment and driving the business to be a force for good. Prior to joining Nestlé last year, Emma led a team at WWF on food system transformation and before that was in Unilever’s sustainability team working on delivering the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan.
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Sibéal Bird
Global Sustainability Lead - Kerry Group

Sibéal Bird is responsible for the execution of the Beyond the Horizon sustainability strategy at Kerry Group, a world leader in Taste and Nutrition. Sibéal is focused on creating significant, positive impact on the environment and society, by driving the ambition of providing sustainable nutrition to over 2 billion people by 2030 . Sibéal is an ambitious and pragmatic sustainability professional with over 10 years’ experience working at some of the world’s biggest food and drinks companies to provide strategic guidance in helping develop and implement innovative strategies to transform businesses and operations towards triple-bottom line sustainability. Sibéal has a Bachelor’s degree in International Business from the University of Maynooth in Ireland and a Master’s degree in Business Sustainability from the Smurfit Graduate Business School at University College Dublin in Ireland
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Anna Turrell
Head of Environment - Tesco

Anna is Head of Environment for Tesco Plc. At Tesco, Anna is responsible for the Group’s global climate change, sustainable agriculture, sustainable diets, marine and forest sustainability agendas. Anna is also responsible for Tesco’s flagship partnership with WWF. The cornerstone of the partnership focuses around the publication of the Sustainable Basket Metric. Through the Sustainable Basket Metric Tesco and WWF aim to halve the environmental impact of the average UK shopper’s basket and invite wider industry and civil society partners to join in to achieve this shared ambition.

Prior to joining Tesco, Anna was Head of Sustainability for Nestlé UK & Ireland, where she led the development and roll out of an integrated sustainability strategy across the multi-category business. Before moving in-house, Anna spent 10 years in sustainability consultancy in Europe and Asia.

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Dorothy Shaver

Dorothy Shaver
Global Food Sustainability Director - Unilever

Dorothy Shaver is a Registered Dietitian focusing on food system transformation with unique experience in and passion for driving behaviour change for positive health and environmental outcomes. Over the past seventeen years she has worked across media, retail, health care, marketing, AI, and the fitness industry championing food choices to enable personal and planetary health. Dorothy’s current role is Global Sustainability Marketing Lead for Unilever’s largest food brand Knorr, in addition to a founding board member of The Food for Climate League and Senior Nutrition and Wellbeing Advisor for syd (iamYiam). She led the creation of Future 50 Foods report and Cookbook, which has collectively driven close to six billion earned media impressions in more than 95 countries as part of more than 700 million media pieces. It is a collaborative thought leadership piece in which food system issues are outlined with 50 exemplary foods identified that increase the nutrient value and decrease the environmental impact of meals. It is at the core of the Knorr brand innovation and communication strategy. Most recently, Dorothy played a major role in shaping and activating Unilever’s Regenerative Agriculture Principles. She has been a long-term sustainable nutrition food spokesperson having spoken at global conferences and events including Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, quoted in media including TIME magazine, and featured in radio shows including NPR. In addition to this, Dorothy is a guest blogger, podcast speaker, expert contributor and food writer spreading her positive passion and drive to get the masses to fall in love with food that is good for people and the planet. Dorothy received her undergraduate degree from Framingham State University and her master’s degree in Public Health Education from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Dorothy currently lives in a canal house in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. When you meet her, she’ll inspire you to join her in being a Varietarian moving toward the ‘Most delicious revolution that ever was’ for the benefit of people and the planet.
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Susan Thomas
Senior Director Sustainable Commercial Activities - ASDA

Susan joined Asda in June 2020 into a new role created to drive Asda’s strategic focus on Sustainability. She “quarter-backs” Asda’s cross functional efforts across the Better Planet agenda, mobilising activities including our journeys towards net zero, elimination of waste, optimising packaging and building a greener portfolio. Susan is a member of the BRC’s Climate Action Roadmap Steering Committee and chair of the Customer Engagement pathway.

Susan’s early career was spent at Kantar in insights, analytics and retail consulting, with a particular focus on Shopper Behaviour. Prior to Asda she spent 8 years at PepsiCo in a range of sales strategy and marketing roles, most recently leading the Brand Planning process and Better For You Snacking agenda for West Europe. Susan completed an Executive MBA in 2012 with a final dissertation examining the role of retailers in the obesity crisis.

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Natasha Schwarzbach
Director Global Procurement Sustainability - PepsiCo

Natasha Schwarzbach is a member of PepsiCo’s Global Sustainability Agriculture team and is the strategic global lead for a variety of sustainable commodities including palm oil and cane sugar to help meet PepsiCo’s public sustainability and policy commitments. Natasha has a breadth of experience and a passion for addressing sustainability issues with a focus on delivering successful programs that drive measurable environmental, economic and social impacts through effective engagement and strong collaboration. She is Co-Chair of the RSPO’s Shared Responsibility Working Group and initiated the development of the NDPE Implementation Reporting Framework, the Palm Oil Collaboration Group and developed a number of landscape programs within Indonesia and Mexico that supports conservation and smallholders within palm and cane sugar. Natasha is on the Bonsucro Member Council, Chairs the Buyers Group and is actively involved in the Interlaken Steering Group and the Consumer Goods Forum – Deforestation Coalition of Action.
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Tom Szaky
Founder & CEO - Terracycle

Tom Szaky is founder and CEO of TerraCycle, a global leader in the collection and repurposing of complex waste streams. TerraCycle operates in 20 countries, working with some of the world’s largest brands, retailers and manufacturers to create national platforms to recycle products and packaging that currently go to landfill or incineration. 


In May 2019 TerraCycle launched Loop, a circular shopping platform that enables consumers to shop for household products in durable, reusable packaging. Loop is available in Paris, France, the UK and the 48 contiguous U.S. states, and is a key step in helping to end the epidemic of waste that is caused by ‘single- use’ consumption. In 2021, Loop will become available in Canada, Japan and Australia.


Tom and TerraCycle have received hundreds of social, environmental and business awards and recognition from a range of organizations including the United Nations, World Economic Forum, Schwab Foundation, Fortune Magazine, Time Magazine and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.


Tom is the author of four books, “Revolution in a Bottle” (2009), “Outsmart Waste” (2014), “Make Garbage Great” (2015) and “The Future of Packaging” (2019). Tom created, produced and starred in TerraCycle’s reality show, “Human Resources” which aired on Pivot from 2014-2016 and is syndicated in more than 20 foreign markets on Amazon and iTunes.

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Josh Newton
Cities Activation, Europe - Ellen Macarthur Foundation

Josh is responsible for advancing circular economy policy and demonstration activities across Europe at city-level, including London, a Strategic Partner of the Foundation. His focus is to provide advice, and enable knowledge sharing to help city stakeholders pioneer scalable circular solutions including food system transformation. Previously, Josh was a sustainability/ CSR consultant working with leading FMCG, science and utilities companies. He was also an advisor to a UK Labour MP, specialising in transport & infrastructure.
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Emma Scott

Emma Scott
Programme Manager, Agriculture - Fauna & Flora International

Working within the world’s oldest international wildlife conservation organisation, Emma focuses on helping farmers to work with biodiversity and the ecosystem services they rely on, aiming to maximise benefits to both people and nature. Her focus is on supporting smallholders in making sustainable on-farm decisions to support food production long-term.
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