In his first regular column for Food Manufacture, Rod Addy of the Provision Trade Federation, explores the fragile ground we find ourselves on and provides an honest outlook of the future of food production.
According to FrieslandCampina Professional’s latest global trend report, three trends are set to rule 2023 food and beverages. Find out more about Weastern Wonders, Conscious Curiosity and Sensory Novelty here.
The annual, intimate Business Leaders Forum gave way to a frank and honest discussion, as leaders from the across the UK came together to highlight the many challenges food and drink manufacturers now face, the mistakes made, and what we must do now.
Food Manufacture’s Bethan Grylls speaks to several experts to find out how inflation, climate change and supply chain woes will influence buying behaviour, new product development and operations in 2023.
Greater collaboration between stakeholders across the supply chain is needed to preserve the planet and create a sustainable food system, according to Hugo Lisboa, freelance food scientist at open talent platform Kolabtree.
As we enter the new year, Food Manufacture examines three key ingredients challenges and opportunities for the food and drink sector, from rising costs and purchasing habits, to the food safety risks of climate change, and the potential of precision fermentation....
In this exclusive podcast interview, ReNewFood entrepreneurial lead Matthew Hutchinson and Dr Kang Lan Tee, chemical and biological engineering lecturer at the University of Sheffield, discuss the potential of alternative proteins as a replacement for...
A project to tackle pollution on UK farms is one way in which the UK’s largest egg supplier Noble Foods is hoping to lead the way on sustainability, with insights into the project to be shared at tomorrow’s free webinar from Food Manufacture.
Consumers need to know what’s in their food and customers need to know what product they’re moving around their warehouse, but as technology advances what's the role of traditional labels in the food chain?
Almost nine out of ten food and drink businesses believe fuel cells will play an important part of their future energy strategy, according to research by energy generation and storage specialist Ylem Energy.
Investing in the health of the nation’s soil is a key cornerstone to help the UK ensure the future of sustainable food production, meet its ambitious net zero commitments and deliver for the environment, a new report from the NFU (National Farmers’ Union)...
In this exclusive podcast interview, Arla vice president for agriculture Graham Wilkinson discusses the environmental impact of the dairy industry, sustainability and how the growth of plant-based will affect the business.
Dairy Crest Limited has apologised after receiving a £1.52m fine for environmental offences as a judge cited five years of pollution by its Davidstow Creamery, compounded by management failures to tackle the issues.