All news articles for November 27, 2013

The Food manufacturing excellence awards were attended by hundreds of industry professionals

Food manufacturing excellence awards

Food manufacturing excellence awards 2013 – video highlights

By Laurence Gibbons

Hundreds of food and drink industry professionals gathered at the Park Lane Hilton, in London to celebrate the 13th annual Food manufacturing excellence awards, last week (November 21).

Food and drink industry people on the move – in November

Food and drink industry people on the move – in November

By Laurence Gibbons

Len Wardle’s decision to quit his role as chairman of the Co-operative Group this month, amid drug revelations about a former colleague, leads our selection of people on the move in the food and drink industry.

Dairy products have to move with the times to keep up with consumer demands

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Mintel flags up top trends for the dairy sector

By Rod Addy

Weight management and an ageing population are two major global trends affecting product development and ingredient use in the dairy sector.

Cargill has blended extracts from the stevia plant with high maltose syrup for its latest low-calorie solutions

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Multinational firms prepare for half-calorie drinks

By Rod Addy

Major soft drinks companies are gearing up to launching products with half the calories of current versions, thanks to proprietary technologies just hitting the market from ingredients developer Cargill.

Food manufacturing excellence awards – in pictures

Food manufacturing excellence awards

Food manufacturing excellence awards – in pictures

By Laurence Gibbons

Premier Foods was the big winner at this year’s Food Manufacturing Excellence Awards – picking up the awards for Food manufacturing company of the year, Ambient manufacturing company of the year and Training programme of the year.

Health officials have reassured consumers about the 'very low risk' associated with the discovery of the bacteria MRSA on a East Anglian poultry farm

Food safety watchdog reassures on MRSA meat risk

By Michael Stones

The food safety watchdog the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has reassured consumers about the “very low risk”, after the first case of the bacteria MRSA was discovered in turkey and chickens on an East Anglian farm.

Younger more ethical and adventurous shoppers offer opportunities for food manufacturers and retailers, said the IGD

Young grocery shoppers are more ethical and optimistic: IGD

By Michael Stones

Young shoppers aged under 35 – who are more likely to shop ethically and adventurously than their older relatives, while cooking from scratch – offer opportunities to food manufacturers and retailers, according to new research from grocery think-tank...

Jack Hamilton, of Mash Direct, received the trophy from Mary Hunter, md of category sponsor Columbus, and Julia Bradbury (right)

Food manufacturing excellence awards

Mash Direct wins Most innovative small food manufacturer title

By Michael Stones

Mash Direct has won the coveted title Most innovative small food or drink manufacturer of the year in the industry Oscars – Food Manufacture’s Food Manufacturing Excellence Awards (FMEAs).

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