Three people have been charged for illegal people trafficking as part of a joint operation between Norfolk Police, Suffolk Police and the Gangmasters Licensing Authority (GLA).
Nichols will keep outperforming, aided by continued focus on value rather than volume growth, according to a leading analyst.
World Health Organisation (WHO) sugar guidance is “disappointing” and suggests food firms have persuaded it to take a softer line on consumption, claims pressure group Action on Sugar (AoS).
Morrisons’ price cuts, announced last month, are the latest round in its strategy to become more competitive by investing £1bn in price reductions over three years.
Critics have slammed a new beef industry code of conduct, designed to make the supply chain more transparent, describing it as ineffective and nothing more than “gesture politics”.
Food safety and integrity throughout the whole supply chain will be the focus of the Food Manufacture Group’s 2015 one-day ‘Food safety conference – from the harvest to the home’, which takes place at The Lowry in Manchester on Tuesday September 29.
Food and drink production is leading growth in the UK's manufacturing sector, according to the latest industrial trends survey from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
Chaucer Foods aims to create 25 jobs in Hull as the company adds a third production line there and looks to expand into gluten-free bakery items by 2016.
Thorntons has restructured its board to boost performance and reflect business strategy.
Environmental group Friends of the Earth Europe has called on the UK government and those of all other EU Member States (MSs) to ban cultivation of all genetically modified (GM) maize.
Fears that Food Standards Agency (FSA) investigators would use intelligence against companies that disclose it is preventing them from sharing information about potential fraud, despite efforts to create so-called ‘safe havens’, food safety experts have claimed.
Almonds could present a huge allergen threat to people but the full extent of the risk is unknown because of the lack of data on their allergenic properties, according to a leading scientist.
Could 2015 be the year when online food and drink shopping really takes off? While online sales have been growing rapidly, it’s been from a relatively low base.
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Insider dealing conviction
Morrisons former group treasurer Paul Coyle has been jailed for 12 months, after being convicted of two...