Food Manufacture Group journalist Nicholas Robinson has won a top journalism award from our publisher William Reed Business Media (WRBM).
The creation of a new md role for Burton’s Biscuit Company’s UK & Ireland business leads our latest selection of people on the move in the food and drink industry....
Women working in food manufacturing offer a different perspective to their male counterparts and could help the sector to thrive, according to a number of women working in the field.
Teenagers will invent a new cereal for Kellogg as part of a campaign aimed at attracting new talent into food manufacturing by promoting the sector as an exciting and rewarding...
The food industry should help set job performance standards and bring qualification learning up-to-date to battle the skills gap it faces, according to the National Skills Academy for Food &...
Sainsbury boss Mike Coupe has escaped a jail term in Egypt after he was acquitted of attempted embezzlement by an Egyptian court.
Müller Dairy has put 43 jobs at risk at its Market Drayton site in Shropshire as part of a review of its operational efficiencies, according to the firm.
Delisanté has a plan to fill the majority of its spare capacity, Lillian Kiely tells Nicholas Robinson
Manufacturers can raise output and the success of their businesses by investing in employees' mental wellbeing, a cognitive neuroscientist has claimed
A Nestlé initiative has created training and jobs for 50,000 young people across Europe in the past year, completing half of its three-year-target to provide 100,000 opportunities, says the firm.
Former Dairy Crest md Martyn Wilks’s appointment at Hovis leads our latest selection of people on the move in the food and drink industry.
Former Dairy Crest md Martyn Wilks has taken over as ceo of Hovis.
Tulip is widening its apprenticeship programme to include butchers, engineers and technical specialists, totalling another 44 people.
Thorntons ceo Jonathan Hart will stand down from his role at the end of the chocolate manufacturer’s financial year on June 27 2015.
Leatherhead Food Research has appointed former Marks & Spencer nutritionist Jenny Arthur to the newly created role of director of nutrition and innovation.
Mobile phone commerce is set to surpass online sales via static devices, according to new research, leading retailers such as Sainsbury to invest heavily in better systems.
Morrisons, Iglo Group, Leatherhead Food Research and Assured Food Standards were all left searching for new bosses this month as the current incumbents announced their decisions to step away from...
A record 1M people received at least three days’ emergency food aid from Trussell Trust foodbanks in the past 12 months, according to data released by the charity.
More than 2M children and teenagers will learn about new foods, provenance and cooking when they take part in Healthy Eating Week (June 1-5).
What do a bacon sandwich, a sausage roll and a hot dog have in common? You’d be forgiven for thinking the answer is that they are all tasty snacks consisting...
Chocolate manufacturer Mars has launched its “biggest ever” football giveaway in a bid to score big with millions of football fans and boost sales of its chocolate bar.
A lack of knowledge about food industry careers, misconceptions about manufacturing and a dip in apprenticeships are the three barriers blocking women from starting careers in the food and drink...
Nestlé’s boss Fiona Kendrick has rejected accusations that a glass ceiling is preventing women from becoming leaders of big UK food and drink firms.
Nestlé’s UK and Ireland chief executive and chairman has a tough reputation, but Nicholas Robinson finds out there’s more to her than that.
Casper Meijer is to step down as group trading director at Morrisons with immediate effect.