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Food businesses: Plan your sustainability

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Are you interested in becoming a more sustainable food business? Would you like to save money and improve productivity, integrate environmental strategies with business planning and grow your network by meeting and sharing ideas with others in the same industry and region?

Would you like to do that over breakfast at the Byron at Byron? Sustainability Advantage is the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage’s flagship program for encouraging and enabling sustainable best practice in the NSW business community.

Register at http://bit.ly/2k6bqDQ.

Monday 13 Feb 8–10.30am (breakfast included)
$25 or $15 for NRF members.


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