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Can Britain become an exporting superpower?

Can Britain become an exporting superpower?

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Whilst the UK saw food and drink exports reaching record highs in 2022 at £24.8bn, we have since see numbers fall. In 2023 exports dropped by to £24.3bn, with the volume of most food and drink categories in decline.
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Using data to drive productivity and cut costs

Using data to drive productivity and cut costs

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Data plays a central role in any modern business, but not all food and drink manufacturers are utilising it in the most productive manner.
This webinar will explore how firms can make the most out of data in order to improve their processes, while...

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How to minimise disruption in an uncertain climate

How to minimise disruption in an uncertain climate

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There have been several occasions in history in which actions have resulted in disruption across key shipping routes, most recently the Suez Canal blockage, the Black Sea turbulence as a result of the Russian invasion on Ukraine, and the Red Sea conflict...

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Strategies for improving your supply chain traceability

Strategies for improving your supply chain traceability

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The last few years have been volatile to say the least, and we can likely expect further instability in the years to come. 2024 will see elections in both the US and UK, potentially rocking the boat on upcoming policy following a year of postponements...

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State of the food and drink industry and its future outlook

State of the food and drink industry and its future outlook

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The last few years have seen a multitude of events shake the food and drink sector to its core, causing change to ripple through everything from sourcing and supply chain, to R&D and consumer behaviour. Here we examine the state of the manufacturing...

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The food safety briefing 2023: Championing science and data

The food safety briefing 2023: Championing science and data

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Ensuring food is safe to eat is of the utmost importance, and using science and data to help inform our decisions has been vital in enhancing the safety and integrity of our food systems to date.
However, maintaining this high standard requires...

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Expanding into new markets for profitable growth

Expanding into new markets for profitable growth

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Expanding into new markets, whether that’s entering a new region or diversifying what you do, is a bold but often logical move for businesses. New markets can be an opportune way to grow your business and profits, giving your access to new customers and...

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The Future of Food Production

The Future of Food Production

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Climate change has put immense pressure on the security of our food system – with this in mind, how will the future of food production work? Will it be vertical farming, space food or some other means yet to be discovered?

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FoodManufacture Spotlight Series - Food Security

FoodManufacture Spotlight Series - Food Security

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Food insecurity is a global problem. Since 1975, global obesity levels have almost tripled, yet in 2021 as many as 828 million people experienced hunger. In fact, 2.3 billion people were classed as moderately to severely food insecure; meanwhile, two...

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How to prepare for Sustainability 2.0?

How to prepare for Sustainability 2.0?

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If the last 10 years saw sustainability emerge as a source of competitive advantage or ‘nice to have’ in food and drink, the next will see it cemented as a ‘must have’ in order to drive efficiencies, meet consumer expectations and comply with increasingly...

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How to use tech to retain talent and boost productivity

How to use tech to retain talent and boost productivity

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British food and drink manufacturers are facing the largest shortage of skilled workers since the 1980s.
Yes, there are structural reasons beyond their control, including a lack of visas for foreign workers since Brexit and the ongoing ripple...

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Food Safety Briefing - Old Threats, Fresh Thinking

Food Safety Briefing - Old Threats, Fresh Thinking

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Faced with the challenges of a volatile global supply chain, UK quality, technical and food safety managers also need to keep up with changes to regulation, best practice and vital practical challenges.
From how the industry can prepare for BRCGS...

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Food Chain Resilience: Paths to success

Food Chain Resilience: Paths to success

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Senior leaders and operations and supply chain managers within UK food and drink manufacturers are facing significant pressures from multiple global macroeconomic trends that make their jobs tougher. We feature an exclusive presentation from Lorenzo Veronesi,...

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Championing food chain traceability, trust and compliance

Championing food chain traceability, trust and compliance

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Although the UK has moved away from lockdowns, the pandemic has not gone away and is still having a powerful influence on the global supply chain. This, in tandem with the war in Ukraine and additional geopolitical events is creating sustained disruption...

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Lean & Green: Save Costs and the Planet

Lean & Green: Save Costs and the Planet

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The cost of commodities, including utilities, continues to rocket, food inflation is soaring, squeezing margins and affecting all areas of finances and operations and the situation looks set to continue well into 2022.

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Food and drink factory managers have faced a growing skills shortage for years, with an ageing workforce and tight supply of younger skilled workers. Now the situation is at crisis levels. Over-reliance on migrant workers has been hit by immigration policy limiting the pool of EU recruits who can get UK visas. Staff have had to stay at home and self-isolate during the pandemic, including some essential to continued plant operations. Political action might offer long-term relief. Increased use of robotics is one answer, but many processors have already installed obvious equipment or struggle with budgets to invest. Complex robotic solutions also demand further skills and take time to integrate, test and bed in. Operations managers must still meet increasing customer demand daily, so what can they do immediately to practically address the challenge and deliver targets? Our experts will offer advice.

How to boost food manufacturing productivity in a skills crisis

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Food and drink factory managers have faced a growing skills shortage for years, with an ageing workforce and tight supply of younger skilled workers. Now the situation is at crisis levels. Over-reliance on migrant workers has been hit by immigration policy...

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Fighting Fit for a Future in Flux

Fighting Fit for a Future in Flux

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Food and drink processors face the perfect storm as the end of Brexit transition period looms, Christmas approaches and the UK continues to battle coronavirus restrictions. Rarely has the industry confronted such an uncertain time, so it’s never been...

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Product Recalls: Prevention and Cost Management

Product Recalls: Prevention and Cost Management

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Food and drink firms fear major recalls, because of the resulting cost to their finances and reputations. Both forms of damage can destroy a business. Companies can also face needless expense by mishandling recalls – and even by recalling products unnecessarily,...

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