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Tulip has signed a new deal with pallet provider IPP Logipal

Tulip signs deal with pallet provider

By Aidan Fortune

Pork processor Tulip has signed a new contract with sustainable pallet provider IPP Logipal, to help deliver its produce to retail customers.

Moy Park attributed profit growth to innovation and cost control

Cost control, innovation drives Moy Park growth

By James Ridler

Poultry processor Moy Park has attributed its sixth year of consecutive profit growth to cost control and innovation, as it begins integration with its new owner, Pilgrim’s Pride.

International Flavors & Fragrances’ $7.1bn (£5.26bn) takeover of Frutarom was announced in May

Frutarom takeover gets the all-clear

By Noli Dinkovski

The acquisition of Frutarom by fellow flavours giant International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF) has moved a step closer after receiving clearance from all relevant authorities around the world.

A major shareholder plans to opposed Unilever's HQ move

Major shareholder votes against Unilever HQ move

By James Ridler

One of Unilever’s biggest shareholders has threatened to vote against the multinational’s proposal to move its headquarters to the Netherlands, as unrest among British investors continues to grow.

Finsbury's dip in profit should be set in context of a challenging market, according to analysts

Finsbury profit slump just a bump in the road

By James Ridler

Finsbury Food Group’s financial struggles reported in its preliminary results – following the sale of an unprofitable plant – should be set in the context of the challenging bakery market, business consultancy City Index claimed.

Polar Krush saw sales rise 60% during the summer

Polar Krush reports 60% sales increase

By Michelle Perrett

Iced drinks manufacturer Polar Krush has reported its best summer to date after sales increased by 60% - boosted, it said, by its decision to switch its full range to sugar-free recipes.

A vet shortage could lead to border delays for the food industry

Vet shortage causing border concerns

By Aidan Fortune

The Government has been warned that a no-deal Brexit scenario could result in food being delayed at borders due to a shortage of vets.

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