New refreshed look for Food Manufacture website

By Michael Stones

- Last updated on GMT

Food manufacturing website gets a refresh

Related tags Drink manufacturing Food manufacture Industry

The Food Manufacture Group’s website has been updated with a refreshed design, easier navigation and extra features.

The new-look site, launched yesterday (July 1), is easier-to-read, more streamlined and includes much larger photographs. The combined effect is to bring the fast-moving world of food and drink manufacturing even more alive for the site’s independently audited circulation of more than 102,000 unique monthly visitors.’s refreshed homepage  – together with clearer signposting, new horizontal menu and larger font size – will make it easier for busy readers to navigate their way around the site to find the must-have business information they need as quickly as possible.

There is also clearer navigation between news articles and new categories for suppliers’ information.

Food labelling, Obesity debate and Retailing crisis

Hot topics is a new feature in the horizontal navigation bar, which groups together articles focusing on the most topical issues for food and drink manufacturers. We have included three to launch the updated site – Food labelling, Obesity debate and Retailing crisis – but we expect to add others as new topics come to dominate the food and drink manufacturing agenda. If you have a suggestion for ideas to include in this section, please email

We have redesigned our newsletters too, to make the information they contain more streamlined and easier-to-read.

Lorraine Hendle, md retail and manufacturing with the group’s publisher William Reed Business Media, said the new designed complemented Food Manufacture​ magazine and the group’s events programme.

“The easy-to-read, redesigned website offers the perfect platform to complement Food Manufacture magazine and our events programme, including the Food safety conference, Food Manufacturing Excellence Awards, Business Leaders’ Forum and our webinars.”​ said Hendle.

Independent breaking news will continue to deliver independent breaking news, views and analysis about the food and drink manufacturing sector directly to your desktop, tablet or mobile device every working day. We will continue to blend text articles with in-depth video and audio interviews with key industry leaders, photogalleries, infographics and timelines to deliver a daily snapshot of Britain’s biggest manufacturing sector.

Don’t forget to sign up for our free, daily e-newsletters​ – delivered ever Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

You can also stay in touch with The Food Manufacture Group’s social media network of more than 15,500 food and drink manufacturing industry professionals via Twitter​, Facebook​ and our Linkedin​ platform, The Food Manufacturing Network.

The Food Manufacture team hopes you enjoy the new look site. Please let us know what you think by emailing​.  

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