The owner of a halal butcher business has been ordered to pay more than £7,500 for nine food safety breaches, after mouse droppings were found in the meat display and walk-in fridge.
Up to 89% of global manufacturing businesses – including food and drink manufacturers – have been affected by fraud in the past 12 months, according to analyst Kroll.
Food and drink manufacturers could soon benefit from an “Internet of Packaging” system developed by UK technology firm Hanhaa, following overseas investment.
Premier Foods has launched a £10M cost saving plan, after it reported a 10% drop in annual expected profit in its third-quarter trading update.
The UK is to quit the EU Single Market of 500M consumers – the biggest market for British food and drink exports – Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed in a keynote speech yesterday (January 17).
Food industry organisations have cautiously welcomed Prime Minister Theresa May’s assurances about the right of non-UK EU workers to continue working in the UK after Brexit, in a keynote speech delivered yesterday (January 17).
Reports of a shortage of courgettes in the UK have sparked a social media storm, as hundreds of people took to Twitter to express their views on the “famine”.
High street baker Greggs reported its thirteenth consecutive quarter of like-for-like sales growth after a strong festive period, as full-year sales increased by 7% in its latest trading update.
Mondelēz International has launched an investigation, after a live maggot was found in one of its Christmas biscuit selection boxes.
Valentine’s Day, Burns Night and the Chinese New Year are the inspiration behind key new products, featured in our monthly gallery of new product developments.
Personalisation and anti-inflammatory foods and drinks lead 10 key growth opportunities for food and drink manufacturers, a New Nutrition Business report revealed.