The syrups and spreads market is expected to grow by 22.5% in the UK, fuelled by the popularity of jam and honey, according to research agency Candean.
An article revealing the identity of Britain’s most popular chocolate bar was the most widely read on this site during 2014.
Brits will consume twice as many calories as their wartime relatives did on Christmas day, according to research by food historian Dr Annie Gray and AB Sugar.
The death of a safety inspector who fell head-first into a Premier Foods gravy-making machine was ruled accidental, according to a two-day inquest.
Rising levels of work-related ill health are causing increasing concern to those involved with improving the safety of people in the workplace.
2 Sisters Food Group faces criticism from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) after BBC’s Newsnight programme revealed a letter to suppliers claiming they could wait over four months for...
Researchers from the Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence at the University of York are working with local food manufacturers in Yorkshire and Humberside to find ways of deriving useful materials from...
Britvic aims to boost production and bottling for a range of brands, from Pepsi to Mountain Dew Energy, in a £25M investment at its factory near Pudsey, Leeds, in Yorkshire.
A groundbreaking innovation centre has opened in Edinburgh, boasting a range of gadgetry, including the latest microwave technology.
Food and drink manufacturers must emphasise the role of exercise in reducing obesity or risk being sidelined in the debate and hit with stricter regulation, according to new research.
Cost increases have made more meat firms look at adding value, says Alyson Magee
Faccenda’s Telford facility takes poultry processing to new heights, Catherine Gormley tells Rod Addy
Tulip’s boss Chris Thomas has a lot to say about the meat sector, as Nicholas Robinson discovers.
Greenvale’s £2M investment in its Swancote facility has boosted capacity, says Nicholas Robinson
One of the world’s rarest and most luxurious beers has arrived in London and is on sale for a whopping £800 at St Pancras railway station.
People in developed countries such as the UK need to completely change the food they eat if the world is to avoid a catastrophe from rising global food demand from...
Women’s diets before and during pregnancy can have a profound effect on the health of their offspring in later life, a leading public health nutritional scientist has revealed.
Snack manufacturer Metcalfe’s Food Company has reached fourth place on the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 list, making it the fastest growing private food and drink company in the UK.
Further evidence of shoppers’ growing preference for British-produced food came last week in the form of a £1.5bn pledge to UK farmers from the Co-operative.
Insolvencies among food manufacturers have risen sharply over the past year, as competition between supermarkets and discounters has resulted in them being treated “as cannon fodder”, claims accountancy firm Moore...
Premier Foods’s demands that its suppliers invest in its business or face de-listing have unleashed a storm of protest on the social media networking site Twitter. Here we capture, in...
Exports will become an increasingly important area of business for the £1.2bn turnover Danish Crown-owned pork processor Tulip.
Strikes have been suspended at United Biscuits’ (UB’s) Jacob’s Cream Cracker factory at Aintree while members of trades union GMB and management seek to repair relations with each other....
Winning not one but two Food Manufacturing Excellence Awards (FMEAs) in the industry’s Oscars last month will boost team morale, said Dawn Meats boss Isla Roebuck.
Irish meat firm Dawn Meats was the big winner at the 2014 Food manufacturing excellence awards, earlier this month, picking up the Environmental initiative of the year and the overall...