Bakery

Strike action at Allied Bakeries in Belfast has been called off

Unions call off strike action at Allied Bakeries NI

By James Ridler

Members of the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union (BFAWU) and Unite have called off strike action at Allied Bakeries’ Northern Ireland factory, after agreeing to engage in discussions with management over pay.

The sale means Indulgence Patisserie will continue to trade as a going concern

Jobs saved at rescued desserts maker

By Noli Dinkovski

Jobs at desserts maker Indulgence Patisserie have been saved after certain assets of the company were bought out of administration by specialist turnaround investment firm Volvere.

Samworth Brothers' apprentices were celebrated at National Apprenticeship Week

Samworth Brothers celebrates apprenticeships

By James Ridler

Pie and pasty manufacturer Samworth Brothers has joined businesses in Leicestershire to celebrate the achievements of its apprentices for National Apprenticeship Week 2020.

Whiteside: 'Consumers won't be dictated to'

Greggs boss: Making consumer choices healthier

By James Ridler

Making food as healthy as possible without sacrificing taste and texture is key to improving the nation’s diet, according to Greggs chief executive Roger Whiteside.

Only 54% of consumers are aware that grains and seeds can be incorporated in bread, Puratos says

2020 FOOD TRENDS

Promote ‘power ingredients’ to meet health agenda

By Noli Dinkovski

Food and drink manufacturers should look to promote ‘power ingredients’ to capitalise on the growing health agenda, a bakery and chocolate ingredients firm has claimed.

The firm declined to reveal the value of the new investment into the business at this stage

Ingredients firm to invest in new factory

By Dan Colombini

An East Anglian ingredients supplier has confirmed proposals to increase its production facilities with the development of a new factory.

Tunnock's has invested more than £9m in its production facilities last year. Owner Sir Boyd Tunnock pictured

Tunnock’s invests £9m in record year for sales

By James Ridler

Scottish biscuit and cakes manufacturer Tunnock’s has invested more than £9m in its production facilities in the year ended 23 February 2019, as it reported a record year for sales.

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