Meat, poultry & seafood

The FSA hoped to address vet shortages by hiring 25% of official vets themselves

Food Standards Agency to employ 25% of Official Vets

By James Ridler

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has announced plans to employ up to 25% of Official Vets (OVs) in order to curb shortages and maintain the delivery of official controls in abattoirs.

Ivan Siqueira has been appopinted president on Pilgrim's UK

New president to lead Pilgrim’s UK

By James Ridler

Ivan Siqueira, former head of Brazilian meat group Seara Foods, has been appointed president of pork processor Pilgrim’s UK.

The lack of details surrounding the end of the CF Fertilisers deal has created uncertainty among food firms

End of CF Fertilisers deal raises CO2 shortage fears

By James Ridler

The end of the Government’s deal with CF Fertilisers to maintain supplies of CO2 gas has created uncertainty among food manufacturers, with concerns of higher prices and sudden shortages.

X-rays rule the roost in detection tech, but metal detectors still have their place

Detection and inspection feature

Advances and developments in detection and inspection technology

By James Ridler

In the world of detection and inspection, the latest advances in food safety technology have been propelled by a need to not only save space and money, but also larger goals of becoming more sustainable and offering more comprehensive coverage for discovering...

Efficient and renewable use of energy, water and other resources can help cut food manufacturers' bills

Lean & green: save costs and the planet

By Rod Addy

How can food and drink manufacturers offset rising production costs through increased efficiency and better use of resources, including renewable energy? That's the topic of the next Food Manufacture webinar.