Videos

Organic tea boss on why premium pays

Organic tea boss: demand for premium goes global

By Noli Dinkovski

Organic tea maker Clipper Teas is experiencing “real international demand” for premium black tea variants, according to the man responsible for developing the business.

The British Poultry Council’s Reg Smith says the UK has to be more vocal on a global scale

Food Safety Conference

UK needs to be more vocal on global meat antibiotic use

By Matt Atherton

The UK’s meat sector needs to be more vocal in encouraging Asian countries to cut antibiotic use, as treatment here has significantly reduced, says the British Poultry Council’s (BPC’s) Reg Smith.

John Barnes said the industry would gain more control with the new FSA scheme

Food Safety Conference

Food firms ‘to get more control’ with new FSA plan

By Matt Atherton

The Food Standards Agency’s (FSA’s) plan to refocus its resources to investing more money in strategic science and data analysis will give food and drink manufacturers more control over their destiny, according to former-FSA head of local authority enforcement...

Clipper Teas' Mark Bagwell says the new development will put operations under the same roof

Organic tea maker sets out 10-year vision

By Noli Dinkovski

Organic tea maker Clipper will be able to meet predicted growth for the next 10 years when its new “best-in class” facility opens in the autumn, according to the man in charge of overseeing the development.

FMEAs' judges give their hints and tips for winning an award

FMEAs

How to win a food manufacturing Oscar

By Matt Atherton

Food Manufacture Excellence Awards (FMEAs) judges have urged companies entering the awards to include the entire story behind their success in their applications, for the best chance to win a food and drink manufacturing Oscar.

John Barnes will discuss earned recognition at this year's food safety conference

Firms ‘must prepare for promising’ earned recognition

By Matt Atherton

Food Manufacture’s food safety conference will arm delegates with the latest information on earned recognition, according to Enmoore food safety consultant and former Food Standards Agency (FSA) boss John Barnes.

Nim's Fruit Crisps owner, Nimisha Raja, said using the 'British' brand will help with life after Brexit

Me and My Factory

Nim’s Fruit Crisps founder on life after Brexit

By Matt Atherton

Promoting the British origin of food and drink products will pay off for manufacturers after Brexit, according to Nim’s Fruit Crisps founder and ceo Nimisha Raja.

Typhoo Tea boss Somnath Saha claims there was a ‘knee-jerk reaction’ to Brexit

Brexit

Typhoo boss: Brexit is a grocery-wide export opportunity

By Noli Dinkovski

Brexit provides an export opportunity for the whole food and drink sector thanks to the strong reputation of British products, the boss of the UK’s second largest tea manufacturer has claimed.

Coca-Cola's Jane Buckley is responsible for the production of Glacéau Smartwater

ME AND MY FACTORY

Coca-Cola boss on overcoming first impressions

By Noli Dinkovski

The boss at Coca-Cola European Partners’ (CCEP) Morpeth site has claimed her management style has been helped by a greater understanding of how others perceive her – boosting staff engagement at the site.

‘The protein trend is quite prevalent at the moment’: Carr

Gluten-free growth is creating new markets: Edme

By Noli Dinkovski

Bakery growth is continuing to be driven by premium, indulgent and artisanal products, but the ever-increasing popularity of gluten-free is enabling opportunities in new markets.

This year's food safety conference will build on the success of last year's event staged in London

Food safety conference helps plan for change

By Michael Stones

The Food Manufacture Group’s one-day food safety conference will help businesses prepare for change over the next five years, according to food hygiene consultant and former Food Standards Agency (FSA) boss John Barnes.