Meat & poultry

Food producers showcased protected geographical indication products at Westminster this week

Geographically protected food on show at Westminster

By James Ridler

Members of the food and drink industry descended on the houses of parliament this week to highlight some of the 86 products that run the risk of losing protected geographical indication (PGI) once the UK leaves the EU.

Angela Coleshill, competitiveness director, FDF: ‘Government must move swiftly to set up the new registration system and provide clear guidance to workers and businesses’


Food firms seek alternative labour methods

By Aidan Fortune

Lack of clarity for the post-Brexit status of non-UK workers in the food industry has led to panic in the sector and the investigation of alternative labour methods. Can they cut it?

Confusion still exists over date regulations for vacuum-packed meat products


Not so perfect ten on new rules

By Aidan Fortune

Confusion over date labelling and storage of meat products is still causing friction between producers and enforcement agencies. Can this be worked out to everyone’s satisfaction?

Cranswick chief executive Adam Couch talks about the future of the meat business

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Cranswick carves out growth plans

By Aidan Fortune

As Cranswick explores new protein categories, it is investing in infrastructure to secure its future. Chief executive Adam Couch explains how the firm plans to spend money the right way and which product categories it hopes to develop in the next few...

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