Supply Chain

An EFRA Committee visited 2 Sisters' Site D

EFRA Committee ‘satisfied’ with 2 Sisters’ progress

By Aidan Fortune

The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee (EFRA) Committee has expressed “satisfaction” that 2 Sisters Food Group has delivered on all of the food safety commitments set out by Ranjit Singh Boparan.

Grahamslaw: ‘Blockchain will be be part of the answer to what will be a very complex issue’

Blockchain only part of the answer

By James Ridler

Blockchain will have its place in the food and drink supply chain, but won’t be the answer to all of its problems, an expert in supply chain has claimed.

CO2 supplies continue to hinder food and drink production

CO2 situation still weeks from resolution

By Aidan Fortune

The recent CO2 shortage which impacted the UK food and drink industry is expected to have long-term effects, despite the resumption of supply.

CCEP's Clare Bottle spoke of the importance of cultivating talent to help drive change

CCEP: Supply chain developments driven by people

By James Ridler

People are the key drivers of change within the supply chain, not companies, according to Coca-Cola European Partners’ (CCEP’s) associate director of warehousing Clare Bottle.

The livestock traceability scheme has taken a step forward

AHDB and Defra collaborate on livestock traceability service

By Aidan Fortune

The Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) and the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) have signed an agreement to develop a new multi-species livestock traceability service for England.

Logistics firms have been called on to innovate more

Food and drink supply chain round-up

By James Ridler

Lack of innovation and lessons from Ireland both feature in this round-up of recent developments in the food and drink supply chain

SCALA director taking on challenges

Taking on challenges at SCALA

By James Ridler

Dave Howorth, executive director at SCALA Consulting, relishes the challenges presented by the food and drink supply chain and its importance to business success.

Pig slaughtering has been affected due to the CO2 shortage

QMS relaxes restrictions due to CO2 shortage

By Aidan Fortune

Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has decided to grant a temporary derogation to allow some pigs which would have been processed at Brechin to be processed at a plant south of the border and remain eligible for the Specially Selected Pork brand.

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