All news articles for September 2021

Jenkins: 'It might sound obvious, but everything about how we consume food will become more integrated - even more than it already is.'

Opinion

The future of the lunch break: Huckletree

By Hugo Jenkins

Hugo Jenkins, vice president of commercial at Huckletree, discusses the future of lunch breaks as the nation emerges from lockdown.

Dalehead Foods are to create 25 new roles across its Corsham operations

Dalehead Foods to create 25 new jobs

By James Ridler

Pork and lamb processor Dalehead Foods has announced it is recruiting for 25 skilled and unskilled roles at its Corsham site.

BArcode Festival returned in 2021 after a year's hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Grocery Aid boss on supporting the industry through the pandemic

By James Ridler

Speaking at this year’s Barcode Festival – an event set up by Grocery Aid to allow members of the grocery industry to come together, relax and celebrate – chief executive Steve Barnes commented on the impact of COVID-19 on the members of the food and...

Pictured: Blue Aurora founder Rachel Templeton

Reducing waste and beating COVID at Blue Aurora

By James Ridler

Rachel Templeton, founder of blueberry wine producer Blue Aurora, spoke with Food Manufacture about reducing food waste and finding success despite the COVID-19 pandemic in this exclusive podcast.

Barnfather will be one of four speakers on the day

Food Manufacture webinar

Skills crisis webinar: one day to go

By Rod Addy

Food Manufacture's webinar 'How to boost manufacturing productivity in a skills crisis', which is sponsored by Aptean will air in just 24 hours, featuring insights from experts from the food industry.

The webinar will cover areas including managing audits efficiently and HACCP planning

Food Manufacture webinar

Food Safety Briefing: Weak Links in The Chain 6 October

By Rod Addy

Food Manufacture is running its usual free annual Food Safety Briefing on 6 October online from 3pm to 4.30pm, featuring experts tackling topics ranging from allergens to ensuring robust HACCP plans and audits.

AH Worth Ltd has been fined £300,000 for health and safety failings

AH Worth Ltd fined £300k for health and safety failings

By James Ridler

Potato processor AH Worth Ltd has been fined £300,000 for health and safety failings, after employees were exposed to sulphur dioxide (SO2) gas released due to poor to planning and unsafe systems of work.

Saiban: 'the key challenge will be how these targets are actually met'

The food industry's climate change challenge

By Rod Addy

You would think the UK food sector has enough to deal with right now - upwards of 10% of the UK workforce deciding to remain in mainland Europe causing severe labour shortages, supply chain issues and stock delays.

Investment in green meat initiatives could circumvent the need for alternative proteins as a replacement, claimed the BMPA

Alternative proteins not the answer to meat climate change issues

By James Ridler

UK Government should invest more time and money into proven ways to help reduce meat’s carbon footprint than focus on alternative proteins as a solution to climate change issues, according to the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA)

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