Supply Chain

Barwheys Dairy is to close citing financial and regulatory pressures

Barwheys Dairy announces closure

By Aidan Fortune

Ayrshire-based cheesemaker Barwheys Dairy has revealed that it is to close its doors in early 2019, citing increased regulatory inspections as one of the main reasons.

MuscleFood is to rebrand its entire range

MuscleFood to rebrand range

By Aidan Fortune

Online food retailer MuscleFood is to rebrand its entire range to reflect the company’s move towards health and wellness as it hopes to attract new customers.

Cuthbert: ‘A collaborative retail-supplier relationship should be using all available data’

Opinion

Work with retailers to gain accurate forecasts

By Guy Cuthbert

More collaboration between suppliers and retailers is needed to be able to create accurate forecasts in the food and drink industry, according to Atheon Analytics’ Guy Cuthbert

Princes brands include Princes, Crosse & Blackwell, Aqua Pura, Jucee and Napolina

Princes plans plant closures amid automation drive

By Rod Addy

Princes Group is to sacrifice its Chichester factory, affecting 200 jobs, in a wider drive to modernise production that also entails the planned closure of its Newton Heath juice plant.

Within an hour of arriving on site all the freezer units were fully connected

Plug and play power saves frozen food after gales

By Michelle Perrett

Newburn Power came to the rescue at Britain’s largest port Immingham when gale force winds forced a Scandinavian cargo ship to divert from its Lowestoft destination.

AB Inbev has opened a new automated warehouse in south Wales

AB InBev reveals automated warehouse

By James Ridler

Budweiser brewer AB InBev has unveiled a fully automated 80,000m2 warehouse at its site in Magor, south Wales, creating new jobs and reducing its carbon footprint.

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