All news articles for December 2021

Ortiz has worked on community socio-economic development and wellbeing in Africa and India

Typhoo Tea enlists experts to focus on ethics

By Rod Addy

Typhoo Tea has appointed Rocio Ortiz as responsible sourcing manager and enlisted the services of Lesley Western as corporate social responsibility consultant as it builds on its ethical agenda.

Miles outlined five active food fraud investigations

Food Crime Unit closes in on fraudsters

By Rod Addy

The Food Standards Agency's (FSA's) National Food Crime Unit (NFCU) is making progress on food fraud investigations, with sentencing following its first successful conviction due to take place this month.

Foppen is focused on added-value speciality smoked salmon products

Hilton acquires salmon producer Foppen

By Rod Addy

Multi-protein food business Hilton Food Group has agreed to acquire smoked salmon producer Dutch Seafood Company BV, which trades as Foppen, expanding Hilton's activities into the US market.

Diana Rodgers claims red meat has been unfairly targeted

Red meat is 'a scapegoat' for health and climate change

By Michelle Perrett

Red meat production is completely misunderstood and is being unfairly targeted as a scapegoat for concerns about health and climate change, a leading dietician, author and film director has claimed.

Newton: Manufacturers need to focus on technology's value as well as its features and functionality

Opinion

How to increase profit margins in food processing

By Andrew Newton

Profit margin is one metric to keep a close eye on and strive to continuously improve. Here Andrew Newton considers ways to boost margins in food manufacturing businesses.