Supply Chain

Mr Crumb director Jason Coyle displaying some of the products available to the US market

Mr Crumb gains new US listings

By Aidan Fortune

Irish stuffing manufacturer Mr Crumb has earned new listings in the US market, broadening its international footprint.

The site will comprise a Food Hub, an Energy Hub, a Sustainable Industries Hub and an Amenity Hub

Thames Enterprise Park cash to help boost food facilities

By Rod Addy

A further £8.5m of investment in Thames Enterprise Park has been announced and the cash will help develop a food hub, offering processing, packaging, warehousing and distribution facilities, among other services.

Winter safety and facial recognition feature in this round-up

Supply chain news round-up

By James Ridler

Advice for businesses to survive harsh winter weather and advances in facial recognition technology in the warehouse feature in this round-up of supply chain news.

Mondelēz is renting trucks and warehouse space to facilitate stockpiling

Mondelēz confirms stockpiling in UK

By James Ridler

Confectionery and snacks giant Mondelēz has joined the number of food and drink manufacturers stockpiling goods and raw materials to buffer itself from a worst-case scenario of a no-deal Brexit.

RGF aims to focus on core businesses such as its Renshaw and Rainbow Dust cake decoration

Real Good Food sells RGF Patisserie

By Rod Addy

Real Good Food (RGF) has sold frozen desserts firm RGF Patisserie, trading as Chantilly Patisserie, to its management team as it continues plans to focus on its core business.

Greencore has set in motion its plans to cope with a no-deal Brexit

Greencore plans for no-deal Brexit

By James Ridler

Convenience foods manufacturer Greencore is working with its customers to manage supply chain disruption in the worst-case scenario of a no-deal Brexit.

PepsiCo is working towards making its Walkers crisps packets 100% recyclable, compostable or biodegradable

Food firms boost environmental work

By Rod Addy

Top food manufacturers have slashed their environmental impact, with one group more than halving CO2 emissions from energy use in manufacturing in 2017, based on 1990 baseline data.

The British Free Range Egg Producers Association wants to restore balance to contracts

Egg contracts under scrutiny

By Aidan Fortune

A “gross imbalance” in contracts between egg producers and packers has led to reform calls by the industry trade body.

The continuing Brexit debacle has led to representatives from the food industry to call for more time to agree a deal

Food industry demands more time for Brexit deal

By Aidan Fortune

The food industry has called for an extension to Britain’s impending exit from the EU following Parliament’s rejection of the Government’s Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.

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