Flour

The mix can be combined with different flour varieties to create a range of seeded breads

New ancient grain mix for healthier bread

By Noli Dinkovski

Growing consumer demand for healthier bakery products is being met with the launch of a new multiseed concentrate containing ancient grains.

Arnaouti Pitta Bread Bakery Ltd was fined £36,000 for safety failings

Bakery fined £36,000 for safety failings

By Michael Stones

Bakery company Arnaouti Pitta Bread Bakery Ltd has been fined £36,000 for safety failings, linked to failure to comply with improvement notices.

EHL Ingredients has revealed four key trends for this year

Top food ingredients trends for 2016

By Alice Foster

‘It’s all about protein’ is one of four key trends set to shape the ingredients market in 2016, according to food ingredients supplier EHL Ingredients.

Consumers are more trusting of store cupboard ingredients

Clean-labels: a dirty game?

By Lynda Searby

The industry's drive to make food and drink labels easier for consumers to read has been attacked in a recently published book. Lynda Searby finds out how the sector has responded to the latest criticism

EDME primes for business-boosting investment

EDME pumps £2M into Essex site

By Nicholas Robinson

Bakery ingredients supplier EDME is pumping over £2M into its manufacturing facilities in a turnover-boosting bid to modernise and diversify its operations.

Carr’s Milling’s Kirkcaldy mill is now fully operational

Analyst backs ‘solid’ start to Carr’s Milling year

By Rod Addy

Carr’s Milling has made a “solid” start to 2014, according to Investec analyst Nicola Mallard, confirming that its recently commissioned £17M mill in Kirkcaldy, Scotland, is performing as expected.

Carr's Milling opened its Kirkcaldy flour mill for business in September

Carr's Milling eyes acquisitions

By Rod Addy

Carr's Milling Industries is eyeing acquisitions in the UK and overseas for all of its divisions, including its food business, which supplies flour to bakers and baked good manufacturers.

A fiercely competitive market is threating jobs at Patak's

Patak’s Breads set to cut 108 jobs

By Dan Colombini

Patak's Bread is preparing to shed 108 jobs after the firm announced a proposal to end production at its Lanarkshire bakery at the start of 2012.

Sweet revolution

Sweet revolution

By Rod Addy

Sugar reduction is just the start. Confectionery can now claim to deliver benefits ranging from gut health to a good night’s sleep.

Lean bean machines

Lean bean machines

By Elaine Watson

Give it five years and split peas, not goji berries and hybrid cars, will be gracing the cover of our lifestyle magazines, according to the marketers...

In crop form

In crop form

By Rick Pendrous

Europe's biggest wheat business is on a mission to assist a second green revolution in the food supply chain, reports Rick Pendrous

New boss for Uniq

New boss for Uniq

Uniq has appointed Stephen Draisey as md of its UK business.Draisey, 48, has held a number of senior positions during a 17 year career with Bakkavor,...

No free rein for free from foods

No free rein for free from foods

Manufacturers of foods for restricted diets are struggling to gain listings in retailers because of an image problem, says Sarah Britton

Folic acid in flour debate unresolved

Folic acid in flour debate unresolved

By Rick Pendrous

The food industry is dismayed at continued confusion over how the fortification of flour with folic acid will be made mandatory.The Food Standards...

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