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Westons Cider has ivnested £2m in two new cider presses

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Westons Cider invests £2m in new presses

By Gwen Ridler

Westons Cider has invested £2m in its Herefordshire mill in a bid to increase capacity and further its journey along its carbon reduction roadmap.

Read our long awaited 2023 report on key food and drink trends

Feature

Key trends for 2023’s food and drink industries

By Michelle Perrett

With the last several years including a series of unprecedented events and challenges, Food Manufacture seeks the expertise of several food and drink leaders to find out what’s on the cards for 2023.

Out of the frying pan into the fire...or will 2023 hold more hope? Credit: Getty/Yagi Studio

Ingredients challenges and opportunities for 2023

By Bethan Grylls

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....

Could alterntaive proteins be a more sutainable way to feed a rapidly expanding population?

Podcast

Alternative proteins: The sustainable solution?

By Gwen Ridler

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...

Brewers are moving towards net zero

UK brewers focus on pathway to net zero

By Michelle Perrett

UK brewers are taking "huge steps" to be more environmentally-friendly with an expanded, targeted roadmap being launched to help the sector decarbonise at pace to reach net zero

Consumers are more conscious of the environmental impact of their food

Consumers want carbon labelling on food products

By Gwen Ridler

Pressure mounts on food processors to have a low carbon footprint, as UK consumers call for carbon footprint labelling on the products they eat, according to research by The Compleat Food Group.

Food codes won't always need a separate, physical label in the future

Digital feature: long read

Printing, labelling and coding: labelling without the labels

By Gwen Ridler

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?

Gadsby: 'Pressure to reduce carbon is mounting'

Food companies look to fuel cells as energy crisis hits

By Michelle Perrett

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.

BFFF has launched a programme to help combat rising energy prices

BFFF launches energy saving programme

By Gwen Ridler

The British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) has launched a programme to help its members manage the recent price hikes in gas and electricity.

The owners of the Sharpham Dairy celebrate winning B Corporation

Sharpham Dairy gets certified as a B Corporation

By Michelle Perrett

Devon-based Sharpham Dairy has successfully achieved certification as a B Corporation (B Corp) and said it is the first cheese dairy in the country to achieve this globally recognised accreditation.

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