As demand for meat and poultry continues to grow, Food Manufacture explores what is driving sales of animal-based protein and whether or not the advent of cell-based meat is truly the herald of things to come, or a half-baked pipedream limited by a lack...
Nicola Thomas, director of the Food and Drink Exporters Association (FDEA), explains why a successful export drive stems from a plan based on your internal goals and capabilities, rather than so-called external ‘opportunities’ which arise.
Food and beverage mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity is on the rise but there is a significant absence in middle to higher market deals compared to last year, according to Oghma Partners’ latest review of the sector.
On the eve of the Conservative and Labour Party Conferences, the Institute of Export & International Trade (IOE&IT) is calling on political leaders to support British businesses through a ‘seismic’ period of regulatory change.
This year’s Food Safety Briefing theme is science and data – with four special guest experts from Mars Global Food Safety Center, the Food Standards Agency, Unibloc, and Imprint Analytics joining us to share their knowledge.
Food manufacturers could soon be able to embrace on demand 3D printing to replace broken parts on the production line, thanks to new technology developed by industrial 3D printing firm Addition Design.
History has served up some tough lessons for the food sector and although we've enhanced our controls, we're not out of the woods yet. Here, we recap the key take homes presented at the inaugural Food Safety Innovation (FSI) Conference last...
Marsh, a leading insurance broker and risk advisor, recently highlighted several big threats producers should be aware of in 2023. Here we summarise the findings and how one might mitigate against them.