All news articles for December 2023

Kerry Gainsborough's senior leadership team, with Angie third from left, standing. Credit: Kerry

Me & My Team

Leading a factory, motherhood and the menopause

By Angie Grocock

Kerry’s plant manager for its Gainsborough site, Angie Grocock, talks about her unconventional career path and the importance of positive leadership.

'We need to work towards a common standard, rather than marking our own homework'. Credit: Left - Chris White/Raynor Foods / Right - Getty/Dilok Klaisataporn

Short read

The problem with carbon labelling - and its solution

By Tom Hollands and Wayne Martindale

Tom Hollands and Wayne Martindale outline the model Raynor Foods has been using to avoid inaccurate carbon calculations and why this is an opportunity for harmony in food and drink carbon labelling.

The Food Manufacture team headed to Frankfurt to find out the latest trends from FiE 2023. Bottom picture credit: Fi Europe

Long read

F&B trends emerging from FiE

By Bethan Grylls

Plant-based applications with high protein claims were among the key trends at FiE 2023 which took place last week in Frankfurt, Germany.

The growth of the animal protein sector is set to slow in 2024


Animal protein sector growth to slow in 2024

By Gwen Ridler

Growth in the animal protein sector is set to slow in 2024, tightening margins and forcing producers to adapt to a new status quo of higher prices and production costs to sustain success, warned food and agribank Rabobank.

Natural cleaning products are growing in popularity. Credit: Bioshield


How clean is your factory?

By William Dodds

Food Manufacture explores how the food and drink industry can make improvements in the areas of food safety, hygiene and cleaning.

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