Crantock Bakery is considering expanding to a second factory after the installation of a flow wrapping machine from a company called KernPack enabled it to expand production almost six-fold.
Almost 170 jobs have been lost at fresh and filled pasta processor Pasta Reale as the Sussex-based company called in administrators from BDO on August 26 after 35 years of trading.
Manufactured ice creams can offer a superior taste experience when compared to homemade product, and premium brands contain less air and more fat, according to a US food scientist.
Food and drink businesses should incorporate a three-step approach into their management practices to tackle forced labour in the industry, according to a report by Stronger Together.
Jonas Seafood will treble its turnover this year to more than £2M after £210,000 was pumped into the business last year, md Kevin Jonas has said.
Food and drink firms are confused about the changes they must make to comply with the mandatory energy efficiency assessments, required as part of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
2 Sisters Food Group (2SFG) has been forced to cut more jobs than it has created at a number of the production sites it has acquired over the past four years.
Food manufacturers could increase their profits by over 10%, simply by more effectively using the waste they generate, claims a specialist food recycling organisation.
Scottish rope-grown mussels were highlighted as one of the most environmentally friendly ways of producing protein in a BBC Horizon programme on August 20.
More than 800 job cuts have been proposed at 2 Sisters Food Group’s Gunstones bakery and Avana Bakeries, previously owned by 2 Sisters and now owned by Utopia Foods.
Comedians performing at the world famous Edinburgh Festival Fringe have earned plaudits for food and drink-based one liners from comedy writers, television stations and the press.
Scottish school pupils will be taught how food and drink products are developed and brought to market in a bid to inspire them to consider careers in the industry, according...
Twitter users have come to the defence of high street baker Greggs after a fake and offensive logo replaced its logo on Google and went viral.
Food and drink manufacturers should treat energy management as seriously as health and safety, according to the boss of energy efficiency specialist JRP Solutions.
A report claiming that organic crops are more nutritious than non-organic crops is not supported by the evidence, according to leading experts in the field.
Providing Trading Standards and environmental health officers with the skills needed to spot food fraud will be a priority for a new membership organisation set up by the Chartered Institute...
Cambridge University is searching for a real life Willy Wonka to study the fundamentals of heat-stable chocolate, including how it to prevent it from melting in hot countries.
Store loyalty is diminishing as more shoppers are using four different retailers on average each month, according to grocery think-thank IGD.
UK mustard production could be at severe risk, causing problems for manufacturers of brands such as Unilever’s Colman’s mustard, if a ban on neonicotinoid pesticides is enforced in the UK,...
The boss of Britain’s largest independent cheese maker Wyke Farms is taking part in a free, one-hour webinar dedicated to energy savings next month.
Fire damaged pasty manufacturer WC Rowe will have to spend more than £2M on its Falmouth site to bring it back up to standard, the director in charge of the...
Nutrition is not a precise science. Most studies on the effects of human dietary intake have to take account of potentially confounding factors, since it is rarely possible to control...
Frozen food distributor Yearsley Logistics has begun the second phase of a £5M three-part expansion next to the group’s headquarters in Heywood in Greater Manchester less than a year after...
Adams Foods is succeeding in a declining hard cheese market, Ian Toal tells Nicholas Robinson
Under increasing pressure to complete a new facility as quickly as possible, while not knowing what the more distant future will bring? How do you make sure you have the...
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