The Food Network for Ethical Trade
FNET was established in 2016 by a number of major UK food companies with the support of Louise Herring. FNET is a not-for-profit organisation led by a board, non-executive director and lead, supported by a team of project managers.
Members include major UK food retailers, international and national food and horticulture suppliers, UK-based processors and importers. Some companies are large with very complex supply chains, and some are small/medium-sized, sourcing from the UK directly. Membership fees are set at the same rate to ensure that all members have an equal voice in FNET discussions.