Meat & poultry

A subtype of E. coli could be the reason why human infection rates are three times higher in Scotland

Potential cause of Scottish E.coli problem identified

By James Ridler

A subtype of E.coli found in Scottish cows could be behind rates of human infection by the bacteria being three times higher in Scotland than in England or Wales, a cross-organisation investigation has claimed.

Eat Grub’s Smoky BBQ Crunchy Roasted Crickets (12g) launched in 250 Sainsbury's convenience stores on 18 November

Sainsbury’s lists Eat Grab insect snacks

By Rod Addy

Edible insects are “no longer” a gimmick, with Sainsbury’s becoming the first UK supermarket to list edible crickets, supplied by Eat Grub, in its stores.

Broomfield: ‘I think it’s worthwhile, because it re-energises me and hopefully the rest of the team for the year ahead.’

FMEAs 2018

Site Team of the Year winner Tulip: video interview

By James Ridler

Tulip site director Peter Broomfield picked up the award for Site Team of the Year at this year’s Food Manufacture Excellence Awards (FMEAs) at the Hilton on Park Lane hotel in London.

Food and drink trends for 2019

Innova’s top 10 food and drink trends for 2019

By James Ridler

Bolder flavours, plant-based foods and alternatives are just some of the big trends that will dominate food and drink next year, according to market research firm Innova Market Insights.

Kelly: ‘I had ambitions to own a string of wine bars and nightclubs, but I settled for the next best thing’

Me & my team

Kellys Turkeys sets itself apart from competition

By Paul Kelly

Kellys Turkeys managing director Paul Kelly says the future emphasis of his company will be dictated by Brexit and the ability to employ EU labour to meet seasonal demand.

ABP's John Tynan (centre left) shares his experience from last week's Food Manufacture Excellence Awards

FMEAs 2018

Food Manufacture Company of the Year: video interview

By James Ridler

Food Manufacture Company of the Year ABP UK’s John Tynan shares his thoughts on the company winning three awards at this year’s Food Manufacture Excellence Awards (FMEAs).

(l-r) HSBC UK’s Will Jones, Patchwork Pâté owners Jen Whitham and Mags Carter, chairman Graham Jackson and managing director Rufus Carter

Pâté manufacturer to expand range and workforce

By Aidan Fortune

A Welsh pâté manufacturer has announced plans to expand its range of pâtés and vegan dishes and install a new product development kitchen following a £400,000 finance package from HSBC UK.

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