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Unite members at Dale Farm have voted in favour of strike action

Strike action threatened at Dale Farm

By James Ridler

Members of trade union Unite working for dairy processor Dale Farm have voted in favour of strike action, after a breakdown in pay negotiations.

Three Lithuanian men have been fined for gangmaster offences in the seafood sector

Seafood sector illegal gangmasters fined

By James Ridler

Three Lithuanian men have been convicted of gangmaster offences in Northern Ireland, following an investigation by the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA).

Dairy UK and AHDB Dairy have spent £1.2m on a campaign to get millennials to stick with dairy

Dairy UK spends £1.2m on social media campaign

By James Ridler

Trade association Dairy UK and the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board’s (AHDB’s) dairy division have spent £1.2m on a campaign to persuade millennials to stick with dairy.

Marine Products Scotland MD Angus MacKenzie has passed away

Marine Products Scotland MD passes away

By James Ridler

Angus MacKenzie, managing director of seafood processer Marine Products Scotland (MPS), has passed away aged 54 after a short illness.

A change in culture could attract more women into engineering careers

Opinion

A change in culture will attract women engineers

By Elena Rodriguez-Falcon

Professor Elena Rodriguez-Falcon, acting chief executive and provost at NMiTE, talks about how a change in the culture of the UK manufacturing sector, including food and drink, could attract more women into the industry.

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