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Brain function can be boosted by a range of ingredients, studies claim

Food firms get aid for brain claims

By Rod Addy

Leatherhead Food Research (LFR) is working on a project to support food and drink processors seeking to make cognitive performance claims for their products.

Irish beef exports have climbed by 16% since the beginning of the year

Irish beef exports shrug off horsemeat to rise by 16%

By Lorraine Mullaney

Irish beef exports have climbed by 16% and risen in value, since the beginning of this year – despite the horsemeat scandal, according to Aidan Cotter, chief executive of Bord Bia, the Irish food board.

The expansion at Corkers will enable the firm to produce an extra 120,000 bags of crisps a day

Corkers completes factory expansion

By Laurence Gibbons

Crisp brand Corkers has finished the expansion of its factory in Ely, Cambridgeshire and is now able to produce an extra 120,000 bags of crisps a day.

Barnes: Many firms aren't aware of the level of help available to enable them to exploit export opportunities

Food firms should draw more on export support

By Gary Scattergood

It is “staggering” how many food and drink firms aren’t aware of how much help and support is available to enable them to exploit export opportunities.

Polson said bakers need to defend themselves more robustly to increase consumer awareness of bread's nutritional benefits

Bakers to battle white bread ‘misconceptions’

By Gary Scattergood

Plant bakers need to defend their corner more robustly in order to increase consumer awareness of bread's nutritional benefits while also battling harvest, regulatory and publicity woes.

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