Government’s improved understanding of the food and drink manufacturing sector was one of three key themes of Food Manufacture’s Business Leaders’ Forum, which took place on Tuesday, January 15, according to the event chairman Paul Wilkinson.
Promoting British food exports should be higher up the government’s agenda than dealing with badgers, according to the director general of the British Frozen Food Federation.In an exclusive video interview for FoodManufacture.co.uk, Brian Young said greater...
Cake, flapjack and muffin maker, the Fabulous Bakin’ Boys are reaping the benefits of a £3M investment in robotic technology, which is enabling the firm to grow new markets, cut costs and boost efficiency.
Hundreds of food and drink manufacturing industry leaders gathered at the Park Lane Hilton in London for the Food Manufacturing Excellence Awards (FMEAs) earlier this month. Here, we provide a flavour of the big night − caught on film.
A successful plan to boost recycling rates during the London Olympic Games helped Coca-Cola Enterprises to win a top trophy in the Food Manufacturing Excellence Awards – the Oscars of the food and drink manufacturing industry.
Food and drink manufacturers are missing out on recruiting young talent by failing to promote their industry in schools and colleges, Nestlé apprentice Sam Richards told the HR Forum at trade event Foodex, staged at the NEC.
Sector Skills council Improve has urged the government to “remove the shackles” from the food industry, which are currently preventing many firms from targeting a younger generation of workers to the sector.
Food and drink exports from the UK will play a vital part in the UK’s economic recovery, according to agriculture minister Jim Paice, after it was revealed that exports topped the £12bn barrier last year.
From cornets to wafers, cones to toppings, Askeys is the only game in town if you are after top notch ice cream accompaniments, site manager Abdullah Khan tells Food Manufacture's deputy editor Rod Addy after walking away with the Judges' Special...
It takes a bold company to opt for an unannounced BRC audit two years in a row, but Northern Ireland-based Mash Direct has every reason to feel confident after picking up the Small Company of the Year award at this year's Food Manufacturing Excellence...
If they are not being hung, drawn and quartered for making our kids fat (and hyperactive), they are in the dock for peddling grey goo or destroying the rainforests (to ensure a steady supply of palm oil).