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Automation equipment supplier Festo will showcase a range of new developments for the processing and packaging industry.
A collaborative robot, or ‘cobot’, designed for working safely with shopfloor staff, challenged to work alongside a caged cell containing a conventional robot, will be the centrepiece of Fanuc’s stand...
The Hydrohansu-type rotating cleanflow magnet will be on show. Developed in collaboration with food processors, it was recently introduced by Dutch company Goudsmit Magnetics Group.
Supplier of manufacturing operations management systems Cimlogic will showcase its automation and IT expertise.
Test and measurement specialist HBM will be exhibiting its range of dynamic and batch weighing products, designed for packaging in the food and drink industry.
Just two years after the launch of its series 3 and 4 hydrodynamic drive counterbalance trucks, Jungheinrich has extended its internal combustion series.
A new lactic acid bacteria count plate that facilitates fermentation and prevents unwanted spoilage of products, has been introduced by laboratory testing specialist 3M.
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Seven fire crews battled a blaze at a former Mondelēz factory last week (August 26) in Banbury.
Morrisons and biscuit manufacturer Burton’s Biscuits Company have both announced changes in their senior management.
A TV commercial for Diageo’s rum brand Captain Morgan has been banned after the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled it implied drinking alcohol could boost popularity and confidence.
People in the UK need to consider dietary supplementation of the essential vitamin D in their diets to compensate for the absence of that produced in the body from exposure...
Milk processor Arla has launched a number of milk-based drinks in a bid to tap into the on-the-go market and triple its global beverage sales to £585M.
The early bird delegate rate for Food Manufacture’s annual, one-day food safety conference in October ends today (August 31).
A Wolverhampton-based sandwich maker has been hit with a £7,000 fine after global positioning system (GPS) technology showed it had been using bread baskets belonging to another firm without permission.
Just two days remain to benefit from the early bird delegate rate for the Food Manufacture Group’s annual one-day food safety conference, which takes place on Thursday October 13 at...
There has been a rise in the numbers of young women wanting to take up truck driving, the Freight Transport Association (FTA) has claimed.
Samworth Brothers has bought a bakery in Weybridge from Tesco – its second acquisition within a week – as it continues to grow its operations.
Mondelēz International has abandoned its pursuit of US confectionery giant Hershey, the company announced yesterday (August 29), after its $23bn (£18bn) offer was rejected.
Marlow Foods – owner of meat-free food brand Quorn – has posted overall sales growth for 2015, despite a “sluggish” food market.
Two clean-label starches aimed at improving the texture and stability in products such as yogurts, soups and sauces have been launched by Ingredion.
Morrisons’ new bake-off dream job and Purity Brewing Company feature in this month’s photogallery of new appointments.
Arla Foods has posted growth in branded sales, despite falling market prices in Europe, in its half-year results.
Three men have been charged with fraud offences for allegedly conspiring to sell horsemeat as beef.
Samworth Brothers has agreed a deal with Leicester City Council to lease a 1.7 acre area of land, in a bid to continue expanding its operations.
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