All news articles for June 2020

Suppliers have gained confidence at the negotiating table thanks to the work of the Groceries Code Adjudicator

GCA’s tenure instils confidence in suppliers

By James Ridler

Food and drink suppliers have been granted more power at the negotiating table after seven years of successful regulation in the groceries sector, according to the exiting Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA).

Pork processor Tulip has confirmed a number of cases of COVID-19 at its Tipton site

Coronavirus cases at closing Tulip plant

By James Ridler

A number of cases of coronavirus have been confirmed at Tulip’s Tipton fresh pork manufacturing site, less than a month after confirming the closure of the factory.

Guest: 'Technical competency is essential to collect high quality information'

Ask the Expert, in collaboration with the Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST)

Dalziel group technical manager: technical staff and data

By Rod Addy

How can data access and analysis be improved to help technical staff do their jobs better? Alexis Guest, group technical manager at Dalziel, explains in this Ask The Expert article.

Boredom, anxiety, stress and an inability to travel to supermarkets have sparked a rise in unhealthy eating during the coronavirus pandemic

Boredom sparks decline in healthy eating

By James Ridler

Nearly two-thirds of people in Britain have attributed the main reason for eating less healthily than usual during the coronavirus lockdown to boredom, according to the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF).

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