Meat & poultry

Cranswick has improved its green credentials since signing up to the UK Plastics Pact

Cranswick highlights recycling successes

By Aidan Fortune

As part of its Recycling Week celebrations, UK meat processor Cranswick is to use the plastic collected to create new recyclable packaging for its produce.

Clive Black: ‘The disposal of 2 Sisters’ red meat business has been expected for a while as Ranjit Singh seeks to engineer more focus into his food group while also reducing ongoing indebtedness’


Cutting to the core of 2 Sisters

By Aidan Fortune

2 Sisters Food Group has disposed of two major businesses in the past eight months and, under new leadership, more might be on the way. But, as it seeks to streamline its business, what’s core to the company, and what’s potentially expendable?

Young's has launched two new frozen food products

Young’s launches steam-cooked frozen meals

By James Ridler

Young’s Seafood has launched a new range of frozen meals that can be cooked in minutes, as it jumps on a growing trend of consumers looking for healthier meals high in protein.

Tulip has signed a new deal with pallet provider IPP Logipal

Tulip signs deal with pallet provider

By Aidan Fortune

Pork processor Tulip has signed a new contract with sustainable pallet provider IPP Logipal, to help deliver its produce to retail customers.

Moy Park attributed profit growth to innovation and cost control

Cost control, innovation drives Moy Park growth

By James Ridler

Poultry processor Moy Park has attributed its sixth year of consecutive profit growth to cost control and innovation, as it begins integration with its new owner, Pilgrim’s Pride.

A vet shortage could lead to border delays for the food industry

Vet shortage causing border concerns

By Aidan Fortune

The Government has been warned that a no-deal Brexit scenario could result in food being delayed at borders due to a shortage of vets.

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