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Hügli Group doubles UK production capacity

Hügli Group doubles UK production capacity

By Graham Holter and Ben Bouckley

Dry blended foods producer the Hügli Group has invested around £2m to double the size of its UK production facility and process more savoury products such as soups and sauces.

Yeni Raki is one of Mey İçki's brands

Diageo targets further acquisitions in emerging markets

By Graham Holter

Diageo anticipates big growth from developing countries in the medium-term, and is planning further acquisitions in these markets given difficult trading conditions in mature markets such as Europe and North America.

Arran Brewery targets £5m turnover

Arran Brewery targets £5m turnover

By Anne Bruce

Arran Brewery has revealed ambitious UK and international expansion plans in a bid to turnover £5m within five years.

Strike action off at GSK's Ribena plant at Coleford

Strike action off at GSK's Ribena plant at Coleford

By Elaine Watson

Bosses at GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK’s) Ribena and Lucozade plant in Coleford, Gloucester, expect to be able to offer staff pay rises in 2011, but insist the pay freeze for 2010 is justified given the tough economic climate.

Scotch on the rocks this Christmas

Scotch on the rocks this Christmas

By Ben Bouckley

UK consumers continue to shun Scotch whisky in favour of 'fashionable' spirits, says a new report from research firm Key Note.

Yes we can

Yes we can

As a UK arm of the top-selling soft drinks maker globally, Coca-Cola Enterprises is fully aware of its environmental impact and responsibilities

Simulation software is the real thing for efficiency

Simulation software is the real thing for efficiency

By Rod Addy


Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) achieved a 20% uplift in volumes and avoided £1.7M in capital expenditure and off-site storage costs by installing Witness simulation software from Lanner at its Northampton distribution hub.

Clement-Jones: Value for money

Peer probes FSA aspartame study as costs double

By Elaine Watson

Liberal Democrat peer Lord Clement-Jones has called on the Department of Health to explain how spending £322,000 of taxpayers' money on a study addressing consumer concerns over aspartame represents value for money at a time when budgets are so stretched.

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