Bakery

Rich's new 13-acre factory in Andover, Hampshire

Rich’s opens multi-million pound bakery

By David Challis

Global bakery firm Rich Products has consolidated its UK manufacturing base with the opening of a multi-million pound production site in Andover, Hampshire.

James Bell (left) and Paul Middlehurst (right) discuss Weetabix's apprenticeship programme

Meet the apprentice: Weetabix

By James Ridler

Breakfast cereals firm Weetabix believes in a flat structure, so that its apprentices’ learning and input help future-proof the business. Here, apprentice James Bell (pictured, left) explains how important this is for his development, while employer Paul...

Aryzta has dropped its earnings forecast for 2019

Aryzta drops earning predictions for FY19

By James Ridler

Speciality food manufacturer Aryzta has downgraded its earnings prediction for the year, despite reporting revenue growth for the three months ended 30 April 2019.

The sustainability of palm oil and GPS tracking feature in this round-up

Supply chain round-up: Palm oil and GPS tracking

By James Ridler

From sustainability issues in removing palm oil from food production to using Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking to land convictions, we round-up some of the latest supply chain news.

Real Good Food has been fined £450k for AIM rule breaches

Real Good Food fined £450k for AIM rule breaches

By James Ridler

Specialist bakery ingredients manufacturer real Good Food (RGF) has been fined £450,000 for breaches to Alternative Investment Market (AIM) rules, as it announced a number of changes to its board of directors.

Alan Goldie talks us through staff motivations, factory anniversaries and the future of Burton's Biscuits

Me and my team

Baking up a storm at Burton’s

By Alan Goldie

Factory general manager Alan Goldie explains how Burton’s Edinburgh site has used motivation and technology to create a culture shift and improve performance.

Lucy Wager's Pudology is one of the brands taking advantage of the free-from desserts sector

Development hub

The pull of free-from puddings

By Ellie Woollven

As vegan, vegetarian, and flexitarian trends take hold, start-up firms are capitalising on the free-from puddings sector.

An example of the effluent found by Thames Water

Fine Lady Bakery fined £180,000

By Helen Gilbert

An Oxfordshire bakery has been ordered to pay a record £180,000 fine after allowing waste material to illegally enter the local sewer network.

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