New appointments at meat firm Tulip and grocery think-tank IGD lead this month’s photogallery of people moving to new positions within the food and drink industry.
Up to 24 jobs have been saved at a cider mill in Somerset, after beverage firm Brothers Drinks stepped in to take over manufacturing and production of the plant to keep it from closing.
The food industry faces a “huge threat” due to the environment secretary Andrea Leadsom’s lack of effective Brexit plan, claims the GMB union.
Smart technology – including temperature-sensitive billboards – and inspired Twitter marketing have “significantly” boosted sales, claims drinks giant Diageo.
2 Sisters Food Group has given 350 learning opportunities to young, unemployed people across the country, as part of its Skills for Work Month.
Arla Foods could axe up to 22 jobs at its Lockerbie factory, after it announced plans to move some of its butter operation to another site.
The Food Crime Unit achieved three key goals of over the past year, its boss Andy Morling claims in this exclusive video interview, filmed at Food Manufacture’s safety conference.
Food and drink manufacturers should engage with shoppers on “a more emotional level” when planning new product innovation, recommends grocery think-tank IGD chief executive Joanne Denney-Finch.
Premium ready meal manufacturer Charlie Bigham’s has more than doubled sales revenue in two years, after posting a 35% growth in its full-year financial results to September 30 2016.
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) vice-president, Leendert den Hollander, has been appointed president of grocery think-tank IGD.
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