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To meet growing consumer demand for boneless chicken thigh meat, Marel Poultry has developed the Stork thigh fillet system, which is claimed to process thighs in-line with high precision and...
Country Products, a packer of dried food and snacks, has reported a significant increase in production efficiency following the replacement of its old printers with new thermal transfer equipment.
Three new production management and fault diagnosis tools are now available from Packaging Automation (PA) to install on high speed tray sealing lines.
A new range of skin films for packs of meat, fish and other fresh foods has been introduced by food packaging and lidding supplier KM Packaging Services.
Easy pack opening and enhanced shelf appeal of snacks on-the-go were the highlights of flexible packaging supplier Mondi’s exhibits at the Packaging Innovations show, which took place in Amsterdam from...
Grinders and mixers that are claimed to produce a clearly defined, ground product with minimal ‘overworking’ for meat products, such as burgers, are available from Interfood Technology.
A new sanitary, high-intensity continuous blender, from Munson Machinery provides low to high shear as required for high-speed blending and/or homogenising of dry solids, agglomerates, slurries or pastes when processing...
A broad range of doughs for a diverse range of bakery products can now be made on the Baker Perkins’ Tweedy mixer, which is most usually associated with high-speed, high-energy...
Three-in-one coffee mixing based on dry powder blending of non-dairy creamer (NDC) powder, finely ground sugar and spray-dried coffee powder, is available from SPX Flow.
A gearbox service has been launched by Renold Gears to provide manufacturers with a rapid replacement unit in the event of a failure or urgent repair.
New equipment is now available from Interfood Technology’s Curing to Clipping Division, which supplies a range of injecting, tenderising, tumbling and marinating kit.
A bespoke line for handling 2.7t of frozen cocktail sausages every hour has been installed at Tulip's factory in Ruskington, Lincolnshire.
Pies on the edge of space, beer made from clouds and a 3D printer that makes gummy sweets lead our photogallery of 2016’s weird and wonderful food stories.
Happy Christmas from everyone at the Food Manufacture Group and best wishes for the New Year.
Grocery think-tank IGD has helped 17,000 young people this year to learn the skills needed to find a job in the food and drink industry, claimed the organisation.
The Brexit vote, fatal outbreaks of E.coli and the sale of turkey giant Bernard Matthews are just some of the biggest stories viewed this year on this site....
The UK grocery market is predicted to grow by 1.2% this Christmas, delivering a “strong result for manufacturers”, claims grocery think-tank IGD.
Scottish bakery ingredients supplier Macphie has reported a 7% rise in sales to £47.6M in its financial results for the year to March 2016 released today (December 23).
2 Sisters Food Group, Krispy Kreme and Mondelēz International featured in the Food Manufacture Group’s top 10 mergers and acquisitions of 2016.
The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH), which represents local authority environmental health officers that carry out food safety inspections, is to stop being an awarding body for existing training...
Temperature controlled food storage provider Rick Bestwick has completed a £1.2M purpose-built development at its headquarters in Chesterfield, Derbyshire.
The burden of excessive retailer hygiene audits of their food and drink suppliers needs to be reduced, argues the head of the Provision Trade Federation (PTF).
A new €2M project, led by the National Food Institute (NFI) at the Technical University of Denmark, will focus on developing new products to treat or prevent allergies.
A best-practice guide to preparing EU health claims, aimed primarily at small and medium-sized enterprises, has been developed by the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) in conjunction with the EU-funded Bacchus...
A research centre that will focus on the needs of consumer groups with specific dietary restrictions has opened at the University of Chester.
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