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Mar
15

Brexit raises food safety concerns

With just over two weeks remaining until the UK’s intended departure from the EU, major food safety questions remain, with access to EFSA and RASFF uncertain
Mar
15

UK sheep sector braces for tariff-free imports from NZ and Australia

The UK’s sheep sector could be in for a bumpy year post-Brexit as experts warn tariffs will not apply to major lamb exporting countries such as New Zealand and Australia.
Mar
15

DuPont whips non-dairy cream into shape with sugar-free solution

The multinational’s food and health business says it has solved the challenge of stabilising protein-free, non-dairy whipped cream with a sugar-free ingredients blend.
Mar
15

Hydrosol to showcase meat & plant-based solutions at IFFA

German-based food stabiliser supplier Hydrosol will present a range of solutions for the meat and plant-based food markets at the largest international meat trade show, IFFA, in Frankfurt this year.
Mar
15

Samworth to create jobs after factory expansion approved

Samworth Brothers is to create 150 new jobs at its Bradgate Bakery site in Leicester, after winning approval to expand the factory from the local council.
Mar
15

Striking a balance: New EU rules against unfair trading “to stop bullying by the big players”

The European Parliament has announced new EU rules to protect farmers against unfair trading practices (UTP) by buyers.
Mar
15

HKScan net sales plummet in annual report

Finnish meat processor HKScan has revealed a “weak” year for net sales and operating profits across the group in its 2018 report.
Mar
14

FrieslandCampina to build sustainable dairy processing plant in the Netherlands

Dutch dairy producer Royal FrieslandCampina N.V. is exploring options to build a sustainable dairy processing plant in the Netherlands.
Mar
14

Tariff timeline slammed by food industry

Details of the tariffs that are to be applied to food and drink products in the event of a no-deal Brexit situation have been criticised by the industry.
Mar
14

First British asparagus arrives at M&S

Wye Valley grower John Chinn continues to deliver UK's earliest product as M&S forecasts major uplift in British asparagus sales this year
Mar
14

Morrisons turnaround ‘well on track’ as revenues hit £17.7bn

Morrisons has reported a third consecutive year of growth in revenue and profits during a “challenging period” throughout 2018.
Mar
14

Calls for Brexit delay after May’s defeat

Calls to extend the Brexit deadline have been issued by food industry groups after MPs voted down Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposed withdrawal agreement yesterday (12 March).
Mar
14

Boparan Holdings disposes of Green Isle and Donegal Catch

2 Sisters Food Group parent company Boparan Holdings has completed the sale of its Green Isle and Donegal Catch frozen food businesses.
Mar
14

Non-EU growth demand ramps up Spanish pork exports

Spanish meat organisation Interprofesional del Porcino de Capa Blanca (Interporc) has outlined the “extraordinary evolution” of the Spanish pig sector, as 2018 exports exceeded €4.8m for the first time.
Mar
13

M&S-Ocado proves collaboration is necessary to follow the customer

In light of the news that M&S paid £750m for half of Ocado’s UK retail business in a new 50/50 joint venture, I was struck by the recent spate of collaborations and what they mean for the industry’s future.
Mar
13

Asian demand for US beef boosts exports

Asian market South Korea “exemplified” the momentum of US beef exports in 2018, according to the US Meat Export Federation (USMEF).
Mar
13

Aryzta claims it has taken first steps in turnaround

Aryzta has reported a 0.7% hike in organic revenue in the past six months – and claimed it has made its first step towards a turnaround.
Mar
13

Crucial Brexit votes: UK secures “legally binding” changes to deal, food industry watches with bated breath

It’s crunch time yet again for UK Prime Minister Theresa May today as MPs prepare to vote for the second time as a crucial part of the ongoing Brexit process.
Mar
13

Birds Eye folds Inspirations into Captain brand

Birds Eye has scrapped its premium Inspirations frozen fish brand, absorbing it into its Captain Birds Eye umbrella, having given the Captain a makeover.
Mar
13

Azelis completes two acquisitions

Food ingredient and speciality chemicals company Azelis has completed two acquisitions recently, India’s MK Ingredients and Canadian company Chemroy.
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