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.
Former Lindt & Sprüngli and Innocent Drinks man Tim Stoller officially took over as the first ever convenience director at Hovis last week, according to media reports.
Morrisons’ new boss David Potts has had a memorable month at the helm of Britain’s fourth largest retailer.
General Mills UK, Ireland & Nordic has appointed Markus Muehleisen as its vice president md.
Food and drink manufacturers should use emotions to connect their brands with a growing community of consumers on social media site Instagram, according to the site’s boss.
Financially-stressed consumers in the UK are turning to ‘feel-good’ products for comfort, which presents grocery manufacturers with a unique opportunity, according to research firm Canadean.
The food industy work experience scheme FoodStart – backed by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver – has passed a major milestone in registering its 400th student.
Sacked Top Gear star Jeremy Clarkson will be “too busy counting his money” to accept Aldi’s recent job offer.
Top food and drink manufacturing bosses Gavin Darby, Premier Foods, Leendert den Hollander, Coca-Cola Enterprises and Ranjit Singh Boparan, 2 Sisters Food Group, will be joining other food industry bosses...
Morrisons’s express check out of five board members leads our selection of the latest people on the move in the food and drink industry.
Sacked BBC Top Gear star Jeremy Clarkson has been offered a job on the shop floor at the discount store Aldi.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has appointed Andy Morling as the head of its Food Crime Unit (FCU).
AG Barr has announced David Ritchie will join its board as a non-executive director from April 1.
First Milk has appointed Mike Gallacher as its new chief executive, following Kate Allum’s decision to quit the co-operative after five years in the role.
A primary school student’s artwork depicting the role anaerobic digestion can play in turning food waste into renewable energy has won a competition and will now tour Yorkshire on the...
Premier Foods has committed to extending its 2014/15 pledge to double the intake of apprentices for a further two years.
Manufacturers need to be part of the solution to bridging the food and drink sector’s skills gap, the director of the government’s Skills Funding Agency (SFA) has said.
Nestlé has thrown open its factory doors to teachers to give them a taste of modern apprenticeships in a bid to help them communicate the career opportunities in the sector...