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Ross McMahon (centre) talks about Kendal Nutricare’s double award win at the FMEAs

FMEAs

Double award win to boost business for manufacturer

By James Ridler

Kendal Nutricare’s double award win at the Food Manufacture Excellence Awards (FMEAs) will raise the manufacturer’s profile with customers and suppliers, says the firm’s ceo Ross McMahon in this exclusive video interview filmed on Oscar night.

Tate & Lyle has appointed Nick Hampton as its new chief executive

Tate & Lyle appoints new chief executive

By James Ridler

Food ingredients manufacturer Tate & Lyle has appointed former PepsiCo executive Nick Hampton as chief executive, with affect from April 1.

Charles Reed, group md of William Reed, on a previous Farm Africa expedition

Food industry leaders prepare for African charity trek

By Mike Stones

A team of senior food industry leaders – including Charles Reed, group md of William Reed, publisher of the Food Manufacture Group – is preparing for a charity trek to scale Mount Elgon, an extinct volcano straddling the Uganda-Kenya border, in a bid...

Wyke Farms md Richard Clothier said the  Oscars showcased world class manufacturing and innovation

FMEAS

The Food Manufacture Excellence Awards reflect world class manufacturing

By Mike Stones

The Food Manufacture Excellence Awards (FMEAs) reflect the nation’s world class manufacturing standards and its ability to thrive in global export markets after Brexit, says Wyke Farms md Richard Clothier in this exclusive video, filmed after last year’s...

Food firms should open up about their needs: logistics boss

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Food firms should be open about their needs: logistics boss

By Noli Dinkovski

Food manufacturers should be open about their needs to third-party logistics firms if they want to receive the best market insight and value, the newly-appointed boss of NFT Distribution Operations has claimed.

Food firms have been advised to promote from within their organisations

Promote from within, food and drink firms advised

By Noli Dinkovski

Food and drink manufacturers should focus more on developing their existing workforces rather than sourcing staff externally to combat the skills shortages they face within the industry, an expert in the field has claimed.

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