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Workers are being put at risk when PPE is washed at home

Staff at risk from inadequately washed PPE

By James Ridler

Thousands of workers are at risk from inadequately cared for personal protective equipment (PPE) because it is being washed at home, according to the Textile Service Association (TSA).

Kemp: 'We're starting to see that people are recognising that everybody should feel proud to work where they are'

Curbing staff shortages with better places to work

By James Ridler

Providing a more desirable place to work is the first step towards improving staff retention and handling labour shortages within the food and drink industry, according to Pentadel managing director James Kemp.

Generation Z are calling for change to how they access healthy food

Gen Z demand radical change from the food sector

By James Ridler

Generation Z-ers from across Europe have called for radical change from the food sector, demanding that how they access, consumer and learn about healthy food should be overhauled.

The decision to move Lactofree production to the UK was in response to demand rocketing for free-from dairy products

Arla details Settle factory development in Lactofree move

By Rod Addy

Arla Foods UK has confirmed the creation of production, warehouse management and quality control jobs and investment in processing equipment, filling lines and packaging facilities at its Settle factory as it begins Lactofree milk production.

The JDE plant makes Kenco, Tassimo and Millicano coffee

Jacobs Douwe Egberts coffee plant deal close for workers?

By Rod Addy

Jacobs Douwe Egberts's (JDE's) coffee factory workers in Banbury, Oxfordshire will be balloted on a new pay and employment conditions’ package that removes controversial ‘fire and rehire’ proposals, according to trade union Unite.

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