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Avoid giving the stock answers on fish
Less salt has safety implications, too
Derbyshire-based chocolatier Thorntons reported a 10.4% rise in profit before tax in the 28 weeks to January 8, despite appetite for its luxury...
T&L plays sugar daddy to ingredients firms
Tate & Lyle (T&L) is to launch a venture capital fund to help new and expanding companies develop novel ingredients.The £25m fund, to be set...
Greggs takes grant to expand on Tyneside
Baker and takeaway retailer Greggs has received a £250,000 sweetener from the north-east development agency One Northeast to expand savoury...
PDO Restriction on use of feta name could prove costly for brits
Fiske moves into food enzymes in the UK
Ingredients distributor Fiske, part of the Univar group, is to expand its operations this year by opening offices in central Europe and taking on the...
07-Mar-2005 By Susan Birks
Clear labelling promised in response to more public pressure
Costs to rise with tougher BRC standard
Manufacturers face tougher inspection procedures and higher costs under changes from July 1 to the British Retail Consortium (BRC) Global Standard...
Speakers from industry, education, government and the media line up for a Westminster Diet and Health Forum on corporate and social responsibility in...
Uniq picks up tab for pension deficit as RHM passes it on
Staff at RHM and Uniq are the latest to be hit by large holes in pension funds. Both companies have announced changes to their pension schemes to...
Little enthusiasm among processors for glycaemic index labels
Restricting children's choice of food will not tackle obesity, according to Dr Peter Marsh, director of the Social Issues Research Centre (SIRC) and...
Radio frequency tagging no panacea, says study
The introduction of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems will not necessarily deliver better profits for industry but could lead to lower...
Cereal users get their oats as the HGCA hands out £90,000 in marketing awards
Producers of breakfast cereals, bread, bacon and eggs are all about to get a financial boost through the Home Grown Cereals Authority (HGCA) annual...
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