All news articles for January 18, 2017

Up to 89% of manufacturers have reported they've been affected by fraud in 2016

Manufacturers see fraud rise in 2016

By Gwen Ridler

Up to 89% of global manufacturing businesses – including food and drink manufacturers – have been affected by fraud in the past 12 months, according to analyst Kroll.

Internet of Packaging solution receives investment to expand to larger logistics firms

Internet of Packaging system gets investment

By Gwen Ridler

Food and drink manufacturers could soon benefit from an ‘Internet of Packaging’ system developed by UK technology firm Hanhaa, following overseas investment.

The food industry was cautiously optimistic after Theresa May gave assurances about the right of non-UK EU workers to continue working in the UK

Food industry’s cautious welcome to PM’s Brexit speech

By Matt Atherton

Food industry organisations have cautiously welcomed Prime Minister Theresa May’s assurances about the right of non-UK EU workers to continue working in the UK after Brexit, in a keynote speech delivered yesterday (January 17).

The UK is to quit the Single Market of 500M consumers

The UK is to quit Single Market: PM’s Brexit speech

By Michael Stones

The UK is to quit the EU Single Market of 500M consumers – the biggest market for British food and drink exports – Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed in a keynote speech yesterday (January 17).

The ‘ecologically sensitive’ organic Sunfiber is derived from the guar bean

Health show focus for organic dietary fibre

By Noli Dinkovski

An organic variant of an established dietary fibre was the main attraction at Taiyo’s stand during last month’s Health Ingredients Europe show, which took place in Frankfurt.

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