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The growth of the animal protein sector is set to slow in 2024

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Animal protein sector growth to slow in 2024

By Gwen Ridler

Growth in the animal protein sector is set to slow in 2024, tightening margins and forcing producers to adapt to a new status quo of higher prices and production costs to sustain success, warned food and agribank Rabobank.

Natural cleaning products are growing in popularity. Credit: Bioshield

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How clean is your factory?

By William Dodds

Food Manufacture explores how the food and drink industry can make improvements in the areas of food safety, hygiene and cleaning.

Recalls, food safety and integrity are key topics in this month's podcast

Food Manufacture Podcast

Episode 9: Recalls and food safety

By Gwen Ridler

From marching mycotoxins to navigating labelling regulations, we explore the challenges and solutions surrounding recalls and retaining integrity in your business in this episode of the Food Manufacture Podcast.

Addy: 'The reality is that UK food has a great deal to commend it'

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The UK's approach to trade

By Rod Addy

Despite a rich cultural history, the UK remains reluctant to shout the praises of its strong food and drink industry. Provision Trade Federation (PTF) director general Rod Addy explores Britain’s attitude to food and how it has impacted trade, security...

RSSL has opened a new analytical testing facility on the University of Reading Whiteknights campus

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New food testing facility opens in Reading

By Gwen Ridler

Reading Scientific Services Ltd (RSSL) has opened a new analytical testing facility on the University of Reading Whiteknights campus, with plans to create more than 150 jobs.

HCCs chair Catherine Smith announced export success in Japan for the Welsh lamb industry

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Welsh lamb celebrates Japanese export success

By Gwen Ridler

Producers of Welsh lamb are soon to benefit from a new deal landed by Hybu Cig Cymru-Meat Promotion Wales (HCC) to supply meat to the Japanese food service industry.

Who will take home the Innovation Award at the FMEAs 2024?

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Meet the finalists for Food Manufacture’s Innovation Award

By Bethan Grylls

Seven companies are in the running for our new innovation award, with the winner to be revealed at next year’s glamourous ceremony. Here’s more about the line-up and their incredible industry innovations…

Four firms have been named as finalists for Employer of the Year

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Meet the finalists: Employer of the Year

By William Dodds

The finalists for the 2024 Food Manufacture Excellence Awards have been chosen, and four businesses are in the running for Employer of the Year.

FMEA Business Leader of the Year 2024 finalists

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Meet the finalists: Business Leader of the Year

By Bethan Grylls

The finalists for the 2024 Food Manufacture Excellence Awards have been announced; here’s a bit more about those in the line-up for Business Leader of the Year.

Credit: Graham Wilkinson to join AHDB as new CEO. Credit: Getty/kokouu

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AHDB gains new CEO

By Bethan Grylls

Graham Wilkinson has been announced as the Agricultural and Horticultural Development Board’s (AHDB) new chief executive officer, with the current CEO Tim Rycroft stepping down this December.

Ian Stone, president of BFFF, highlighted the opportunities for frozen food players in 2024

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Frozen food in good place but challenging perceptions persist

By Bethan Grylls

The British Frozen Food Federation’s (BFFF) Annual Luncheon saw hundreds of business leaders gather to celebrate the trade association’s 75th birthday at a time when frozen food sales are soaring, but low-quality misconceptions remain a challenge.

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