COVID-19

COVID-19 disruption and the new tech norm

COVID-19 disruption and the new tech norm

By James Ridler

Digital technology and the disruption caused by COVID-19 has helped accelerate technology adoption in the food and drink industry and advance food safety practices, according to a panel of industry experts.

Green: 'Seeing regulators becoming more realistic' over infringements of COVID-19 compliance

Health & safety opinion

COVID-19 compliance one year on - cautious optimism?

By Chris Green

A year into the pandemic, we look back with the food and drink manufacturing industry reflecting the position of the wider sector, businesses in general and those employed in the industry.

Britvic posts its 2020 full-year results

Britvic sales down amidst COVID-19 pressures

By James Ridler

Drinks manufacturer Britvic has posted a dip in sales and earnings in its full-year 2020 results, as it looks to premiumisation, e-commerce and low calorie drinks to boost business.

Uncertainty still surrounds COVID-19's affect on food safety, according to RQA

COVID-19 creates food safety challenges

By James Ridler

The COVID-19 pandemic has failed to impact food safety, but uncertainty still surrounds its effect on food safety culture and fraud, according to management consultancy RQA Group.

Grocery Aid offers a range of services for anyone in the grocery supply chain

GroceryAid raises awareness of support services

By Rod Addy

GroceryAid has been raising the profile of its work to emotionally and practically support those in the grocery industry facing tough times during its third Awareness Day.

Johnson: 'We will not pull the rug out'

Chancellor 'should extend furlough and credit insurance'

By Rod Addy

Chancellor Rishi Sunak should extend the Government's furlough and credit insurance schemes in his March Budget announcement to support the food and drink industry and others hit by COVID-19-related lockdowns.

The Nescafé range performed strongly across the world

Nestlé: Nescafé and Starbucks among top performing brands

By Rod Addy

Garden Gourmet, Nescafé, Starbucks and Purina PetCare fuelled organic sales growth in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, according to Nestlé's latest full-year results, although COVID-19 hit group reported sales.

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