All news articles for December 2018

Bidfood's Andy Kemp at the opening of the West London Food innovation Lab

University opens £1.5m food lab

By James Ridler

A new £1.5m food innovation lab has been opened by the University of West London (UWL) in the heart of the capital.

Melachrino: ‘Minimising contamination and trip hazards, together with using a good slip-resistant floor, is key’


Addressing slip and trip hazards in the workplace

By Andy Melachrino

Andy Melachrino, chair of the Food and Drink Industries Group at the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), addresses the need for manufacturers to minimise contamination and trip hazards in their workplaces.

The new global standard put responsibility on senior management to identify risk

Mondelēz welcomes global safety revamp

By Rick Pendrous

A new global standard in food safety management, which puts responsibility on senior management to identify the level of risk they are prepared to take, has been welcomed by Mondelēz International’s head of food safety.

Noble Foods has been given permission to extend its Happy Egg site in Lincoln

News in brief

Egg factory extension approved

By James Ridler

Gü Puds and Happy Egg owner Noble Foods has won planning permission to extend its factory in Lincolnshire.

Premium Halal Meat & Poultry has recalled some of its produce due to approval issues


Premium Halal Meat & Poultry issues recall

By Aidan Fortune

Birmingham-based Premium Halal Meat & Poultry has recalled some of its Direct Poultry Products because they have been produced without approval.

We round up the news in the food and drink industry. Picture from Flickr user Jon S, supplied under a Creative Commons 2.0 license

Food and drink bulletin round-up

By James Ridler

From the National Pig Association’s objection to method of production labelling to award winning student entrepreneurs, we round up the latest news in the food and drink industry.

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