Bakery

The Government has outlined the tariffs that will be applied should there be a no-deal Brexit situation

Tariff timeline slammed by food industry

By Aidan Fortune

Details of the tariffs that are to be applied to food and drink products in the event of a no-deal Brexit situation have been criticised by the industry.

Global business Cerealto Siro Foods makes products ranging from baby food and biscuits to breakfast cereal and pasta

Cerealto Siro Foods names UK MD

By Rod Addy

Cerealto Siro Foods has appointed Jason England as UK managing director, in the wake of its creation following the merger of Grupo Siro and Cerealto.

The Belgian company specialises in creating ingredients for bakery, patisserie and chocolate products

DEVELOPMENT HUB

How Puratos puts innovation centre stage

By Noli Dinkovski

With innovation centres around the world, Puratos is on the frontline of new product development. So, what are its latest findings?

Students from University College Birmingham visited AB Mauri's Centre for Excellence

AB Mauri opens doors to undergraduates

By James Ridler

AB Mauri opened its doors to students of the University College Birmingham’s (UCB’s) BSc Bakery and Confectionery Technology course, offering a rare glimpse into the work of the baked goods manufacturer.

ABF predicted growth in most of its divisions besides sugar

Sugar to halt ABF half-year progress

By Aidan Fortune

A predicted drop in revenue in its sugar division is expected to be the only black mark on Associated British Foods’ (ABF) interim results.

Year 11 Students from St Albans visited Premier's head office

Premier Foods inspires staff of tomorrow

By James Ridler

Premier Foods has partnered with two schools in St Albans to provide local students studying food technology with an insight into the world of work in the food manufacturing industry.

Bolton: 'Our focus will remain on being category leaders and serving our customers, suppliers, staff and stakeholders'

Addo Food Group names new boss

By Rod Addy

Addo Food Group has promoted Deborah Bolton from joint chief operating officer to chief executive officer (CEO), replacing Chris Peters, effective immediately.

Smith: ‘The sector is heavily dependent on its people to drive productivity’

Opinion

Apprenticeships help to secure trade’s future

By Alasdair Smith

Alasdair Smith, chief executive of Scottish Bakers, highlights the role in training and apprenticeships have in securing the future of the food and drink industry.

Pie Mezzanae is to triple turnover and boost staff thanks to advice given by a local business support hub

Pie-maker to hire staff and triple turnover

By James Ridler

Blackburn-based pie business Pie Mezzanae has unveiled plans to expand the business and hire more staff, as it aims to smash its three-year turnover target.

Products made at Kara include floured baps and seeded deli rolls

Finsbury in £1m Kara factory spend

By Noli Dinkovski

Bakery firm Finsbury Food Group has invested £1m into boosting production efficiency at its Kara foodservice facility in Manchester.

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