All news articles for August 2020

McCain hoped to support the potato industry during the pandemic through a £25m investment

McCain Foods in £25m potato industry investment

By James Ridler

Frozen food producer McCain Foods (GB) has invested £25m into the UK potato industry to help navigate the pressures of the coronavirus and erratic weather caused by climate change.

Food Manufacture is evolving to continue to meet the industry's needs

Food Manufacture’s digital and print evolution

By Lorraine Hendle

Food Manufacture is targeting online transformation as part of a wider William Reed print initiative designed to adapt its content and commercial offer to its customers’ needs.

The TRS range of spices and pulses

Strap: Interview with Vibrant Foods chairman Rohit Samani – Part 2

Vibrant Foods plans range blending Indian spices, pulses

By Rod Addy

Vibrant Foods aims to launch an easy-cook Indian food range blending its Indian spices and pulses and is seeking partners to accelerate its new product development plans.

EIT Food CEO on funding the fight against COVID-19

EIT Food boss exclusive interview: part 1

Coronavirus funding fostering food firm innovation

By James Ridler

In this exclusive interview, Andy Zynga, boss of European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) Food, addresses likely access to funding after the Brexit transition period and three funding recipients that caught his eye.

Dark days for Scotch whisky as US tariff remains in place

Whisky, beer and gin industries, Walkers Shortbread and Government respond on US tariffs

US tariffs wipe £300m off Scotch whisky exports

By Rod Addy

US tariffs have wiped £300m off Scotch whisky sales, with losses set to grow as it emerged they would be kept in place for what is one of Scotland's staple exports.

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