Danish Crown reveals Tulip losses

Danish Crown reveals Tulip Limited losses

By Aidan Fortune

Pork processor Danish Crown has revealed the extent of the losses suffered by its Tulip Limited business in the final year before it was sold to Pilgrim’s Pride.

Brexit’s impact on non-UK EU workers is a ‘huge concern’, says the Tulip boss

Tulip runs into staffing problems due to Brexit

By Noli Dinkovski

One of the UK’s largest meat processors is having to transport workers across the country to make up for a shortage of available labour, its boss has revealed.

Danish Crown’s Valeur: ‘I want to make sure we keep 7,000 jobs in the UK’

Danish Crown to keep Tulip’s 16 UK factories

By Noli Dinkovski

Meat giant Danish Crown Group has vowed to retain the 16 UK sites of its subsidiary Tulip in the wake of the company’s declining sales and a major reorganisation.

Steve Francis has replaced Chris Thomas as ceo of Tulip

Tulip boss replaced as fortunes slide

By Rick Pendrous

Steve Francis has been appointed the new ceo of meat processor Tulip by its parent Danish Crown, replacing Chris Thomas with effect from September 5.

Arla's Unika cheeses have been developed in consultation with Denmark's top chefs

Arla plans innovation revolution with artisan brand

By Rod Addy

Dairy giant Arla Foods’ artisan cheese brand Unika, launched first in Denmark, is now ready for wider national and international distribution, according to premium foods manager John Gynther.

Clare Cheney, director general, Provision Trade Federation

To stay sane you need a sense of the ridiculous

By Clare Cheney

Considering the years of haggling that led up to the adoption of the EU Food Information Regulation (FIR), you might have expected all possible aspects of interpretation to have been covered. Alas, no, as revealed by the questions that keep cropping up...