Bury St Edmunds

Nugent: ‘We collaborated with other people in our industry and through our trade association’

Me and My Factory

Pork processor: collaboration has reduced audits

By Noli Dinkovski

The director at a leading pork processor has claimed that industry-wide collaboration has enabled his company to reduce the meat sector’s audit burden following the horsemeat crisis.

David Cameron visited Greene King's brewery yesterday to promote the benefits of EU membership

brexit debate

PM visits Greene King brewery to boost remain vote

By Michael Stones

Prime Minister David Cameron visited Greene King’s brewery in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk yesterday (June 14), in a bid to persuade staff to vote in favour of EU membership in next week’s referendum.

Demand for new beverage flavours is on the rise

Treatt raises flavours game

By Nicholas Robinson

lavour specialist Treatt has launched a new beverage applications centre at its Bury St Edmunds headquarters, following increased demand from drinks firms for new flavour combinations.

Mizkan bought Premier Foods's sweet pickles and table sauces business, which included Branston, in 2012

Branston pickle jobs threatened in UK restructure

By Rod Addy

Up to 87 jobs could go as Mizkan restructures its European operations, 66 of which are under threat at its Bury St Edmunds Branston pickle factory, formerly owned by Premier Foods.

British Sugar makes the Silver Spoon range of sugars

£50M investment by British Sugar in UK plants

By Rod Addy

British Sugar is investing £50M in its four existing UK sugar beet factories this year, a spokeswoman for the Associated British Foods (ABF) subsidiary has confirmed.

Premier Foods has completed the sale of its sweet pickles and table sauces business to Mizkan

Premier Foods completes sale of pickles business

By Mike Stones

Britain’s biggest food manufacturer Premier Foods has confirmed the completion of the sale of its sweet pickles and table sauces business to Mizkan for £92.5M in cash.

Less of a pickle: Premier's sale of its Branston sweet pickles business will help to reduce the firm's debt mountain

Premier Foods scales debt mountain with £92.5M Mizkan sale

By Mike Stones

Food manufacturer Premier Foods moved closer to reducing its debt mountain today (October 30) with the confirmation of a conditional agreement to sell its sweet pickles and table sauces business to Mizkan for £92.5M in cash.

sugar cane

British Sugar in cane processing trial at Newark

By Elaine Watson

Beet sugar giant British Sugar could produce another 120,000t of sugar a year from refineries in Wissington, Newark and Bury St Edmunds by introducing raw cane sugar inputs to its refining process, the firm has revealed.

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