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The industry has had a mixed response to the Government's Agriculture Bill

Industry response to Government’s Agriculture Bill

By James Ridler

Industry reactions to the newly published Agriculture Bill were mixed, but questions have been raised about the Government's commitment to food security and the impact of future trade deals in a post-Brexit landscape.

Tariff increases on Scotch whisky threaten any future trade deals with the US

Whisky tariffs threaten future trade with US

By James Ridler

Further tariffs on Scotch whisky by the US could threaten future trade negotiations with the superpower after the UK’s split with the EU, workers union GMB has warned.

Trade deals, dairy worries and stockpiling are hot topics in this Brexit round-up

The Brexit effect: the latest food industry news

By James Ridler

Calls to fast-track deals with China and the US, concerns for the future of dairy trade with the EU and the impact of the UK’s exit from the EU on cold storage stockpiling all feature in this round-up of food industry Brexit news.

Mitsubishi has been urged to remove is advertising from a Channel 4 documentary

NPA hits back at new Channel 4 documentary

By James Ridler

The National Pig Association (NPA) has urged car manufacturing giant Mitsubishi to distance itself from a Channel 4 documentary that depicts activists performing criminal acts.

Jack Hamilton talked to Food Manufacture about what lies ahead for the comapny

Mash Direct marching toward growth in 2020

By James Ridler

Growth in 2019, the rise of veganism and “import substitution” are all key to supporting growth for Mash Direct in 2020, according to chief executive Jack Hamilton.

Senseye, ABB and Teknomek discuss the ways in which manufacturers can make their factories smarter

A smarter way for manufacturing

By Noli Dinkovski

Predictive maintenance, coupled with good design, can help maximise a plant’s output and minimise downtime. So, what’s the best way for manufacturers to capitalise on this smarter way of working?

Whiteside: 'Consumers won't be dictated to'

Greggs boss: Making consumer choices healthier

By James Ridler

Making food as healthy as possible without sacrificing taste and texture is key to improving the nation’s diet, according to Greggs chief executive Roger Whiteside.

Don't miss your chance to have your voice heard in our State of the Nation survey

Last chance to contribute to industry research

By Rod Addy

Senior industry personnel have less than a week to make their voice heard and outline their business’ expectations, aims and activities in 2020 in Food Manufacture’s exclusive State of the Nation survey.

Standards post-Brexit and carbon emissions were key topics at the Oxford Farming Conference

NFU president Minette Batters calls for food commission

By James Ridler

Repeated calls for a food sector council and criticism of the Government’s stance on maintaining standards in future trade deals were key takeaways from today’s politics briefing at the Oxford Farming Conference.