Supply Chain

International trade secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan hope to promote export opportunities to UK businesses

Trade secretary launches export campaign

By James Ridler

A campaign urging UK businesses to ‘sell to the world’ and explore export opportunities has been launched by the international trade secretary.

Scientists and MPs have signed an open letter calling for a shift to a plant-based food system

Government urged to shift to plant-based food system

By James Ridler

World leaders have been urged to negotiate a global transition to a plant-based food system in an open letter signed by Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change (IPCC) Scientists, Nobel Laureates and MPs.

Brand boasting green credentials are popular

Leading UK food brands recognised for innovation

By Michelle Perrett

The UK dominates the leader board, accounting for 60% of Europe’s top breakthrough innovations of the FMCG world, the NielsenIQ BASES annual report has revealed.

The UK clinched a free trade agreement with Australia in June. iStock credit: AlexKosev

Australia-UK free trade agreement

UK lamb producers vulnerable to Australia-China spat

By Rod Addy

UK lamb producers could be vulnerable to a breakdown in relations between Australia and China following the UK-Aussie free trade deal (FTA), levy body the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) claims.

Worsey: 'The closer the manufacturer can work with its suppliers and retail customers, the bigger the impact it can have on the end consumer'

How to collaborate successfully on food waste and surplus

By James Ridler

Peter Worsey, Sector Specialist in Food & Drink at WRAP, talks about the ways in which manufacturers and retailers can collaborate to improve their current performance and continue reducing food waste and surplus in the UK.