All news articles for March 2020

For every 100g of seafood, consumers are consuming an extra 170g of wild fish, according to Changing Markets Foundation

Fish supply chain faces lack of consumer awareness

By James Ridler

UK shoppers unknowingly consumed 177,000 tonnes of wild fish in 2019 as retailers failed to properly set up supply-chain standards to reduce the impact of farmed fish diets on wild ocean ecosystems.

(L-R) Billy Goulbourn, technical training and apprentice coordinato and Jack Wade, mechanical maintenance apprentice

Meet the apprentice: Kraft Heinz Kitt Green

By James Ridler

Training apprenticeships is a way of life at Kraft Heinz’s Kitt Green factory in Wigan – reportedly the largest food production site in Europe. Here Jack Wade, mechanical maintenance apprentice, and Billy Goulbourn, technical training and apprentice coordinator,...

Morrisons is set to see continued growth in the next financial year, thanks to the coronavirus boosting sales

Morrisons posts growth as coronavirus hits

By James Ridler

Vertically integrated retailer Morrisons has posted continued growth despite the backdrop of a global pandemic, with profit over £400m in the year ended 2 February 2020.

Burger: “When it comes to fast-moving consumer goods, no-one gives an inch”

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In the pink on progress: Unilever at the forefront of innovation

By Ellie Woollven

With the launch of Magnum Ruby, Unilever is continuing a string of ice cream product development that has kept impressive pace with market trends, as Andre Burger, vice-president of ice cream and snacking, reveals.

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