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An automated safety solution to solve a common problem on packaging machines has been developed by industrial safety specialist Sick.
Packaging supplier Colpac has expanded its range of Combione packaging in direct response to foodservice and retail demand for more varied packaging sizes for the ‘food-to-go’ market.
What is claimed to be the world’s first semi-automatic tray sealer for skin-deep packs, has been introduced by Proseal.
Pioneering development work at Ardagh Group’s specialist aluminium can plant in Cuxhaven, north Germany, has resulted in the production of the world’s lightest aluminium seafood can.
The Cercle Vert group, a distributor of food and non-food products in the Paris area, has integrated Printronix line matrix printers into the heart of its IT system, saving it €1M...
William Grant & Sons Distillers, producer of the Glenfiddich single malt brand, has installed the latest instrumentation from Siemens at its Dufftown Distillery in the Highlands of Scotland.
A guide offering food manufacturers practical advice on how to donate food surpluses to food banks has been launched by three trade organisations.
An integrated supply chain that standardises legislation, systems, policies, and engineering methods is needed post-Brexit, according to a leading university academic.
Food prices could remain low fuelled by intense competition by retailers despite Brexit, a leading economist has claimed.
The Food and Drink Exporters Association (FDEA) has warned of a possible “consumer backlash” against British products in Europe, after Britons’ shock vote to quit the EU.
A new £500,000 food fund aimed to eradicate food poverty by encouraging more sustainable and repectful approaches to food provision, claimed a Scottish minister.
Troy Foods’s new £2M distribution hub in West Yorkshire will create 20 new jobs.
Samworth Brothers chief executive Alex Knight has said proposed changes to workers’ pay and conditions were prompted by staff concerns.
Chocolate giant Nestlé has appointed former German healthcare company Fresenius boss Ulf Mark Schneider as its new ceo.
Greene King, the brewer and pub operator, has warned that consumer confidence will be hit by Brexit.
The vested interests of east European Member States will delay and frustrate the UK’s bid to conclude a swift trade deal with the EU, an EU insider told a meeting organised...
Tyrrells, the English crisp brand, is to create 120 manufacturing jobs in Melbourne, Australia.
Scotland is open for business and will continue working with colleagues across Europe, Scottish rural economy secretary Fergus Ewing has said.
Markets could be swarmed with “knock-offs” of classic regional British foods such as Cornish pasties and clotted cream thanks to the UK’s decision to leave the EU, according to market...
A year of static sales and falling beef prices has created an “intensely” competitive marketplace, according to meat manufacturer Dovecote Park, as analysts warned that the price of meat imported...
Retail butchery specialist Dalziel has acquired Staffordshire-based Burma Bacon Supplies for an undisclosed sum.
The Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union (BFAWU) has voiced strong support for embattled Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, after a wave of resignations from his shadow cabinet, including food and...
Groceries Code boss Christine Tacon claims significant progress had been made in enforcing the Groceries Supply Code of Practice but urged suppliers to share information more freely.
A lightning strike that ignited a huge methane gas fireball at a food waste management site in Oxfordshire has caused £250,000 of damage.
A frozen fish firm has been ordered to pay more than £500,000 last week (June 24) after an employee suffered fatal injuries.
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