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Premier Foods is fighting against a shareholder revolt

Premier Foods moves to squash no-confidence bid

By Aidan Fortune

Premier Foods has moved to offer support to chief executive officer Gavin Darby following reports that shareholder Oasis Management Company intends to vote against his re-election.

Lincoln & York topped this year's International Track 200

Coffee manufacturer tops International Track 200

By James Ridler

Coffee manufacturer Lincoln & York has topped this year’s league table of medium-sized businesses with the fastest-growing international sales, according to the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200.

Ritz, Oreo, Cadbury Biscuits and Belvita are to be made with 100% sustainable wheat

Mondelēz pledges to 100% sustainable wheat in UK

By James Ridler

Ritz, Oreo, Cadbury Biscuits and Belvita are to become greener to produce after Mondelēz International pledged to use 100% sustainable wheat in all of its biscuits in the UK by 2022, as part of its Harmony programme.

The British food industry has called on the Government to maintain frictionless trade with the EU

Food industry urges frictionless EU trade

By Aidan Fortune

Brexit can and should champion British producers, according to leaders of the British food and farming industry, who have called on the Government to maintain frictionless trade with the EU post-Brexit.

NFF makes gluten-free and milk-free biscuits from its site in Team Valley, Gateshead, where it employs 225 people

Biscuit International buys Northumbrian Fine Foods

By Rod Addy

Biscuit International has bought Northumbrian Fine Foods (NFF) from CriSeren Foods in a move designed to boost business for both processors in gluten-free and milk-free biscuits.

Sweet Things has tripled its sales in the past 12 months. General manager Steve Fogo pictured

Baker Sweet Things triples sales to £1.5m

By James Ridler

Baked goods manufacturer Sweet Things has tripled its sales to £1.5m in the past 12 months, as it continues to create new jobs in the business.

Real Good Food has secured £8.2m in funding after facing financial challenges

Real Good Food secures £8.2m in funding

By James Ridler

Bakery ingredients supplier Real Good Food (RGF) has secured at least £8.2m of additional funding from its three major shareholders, after facing severe financial challenges over the past 12 months.

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