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2 Sisters boss Janette Graham won the coveted Food Manufacture Personality of the year

Food Manufacture Excellence Awards

2 Sisters boss: Trailblazers to make a ‘huge difference’

By Michael Stones

The Trailblazers apprenticeship programme will make a key contribution to attracting young talent into food and drink manufacturing, says 2 Sisters boss Janette Graham in this exclusive video interview, filmed after she won the Food Manufacture Personality...

Janette Graham (centre) received her award from FoodManJobs' Sam Thompson and awards host, TV star Carol Smillie


2 Sisters Food boss wins Food Manufacture Personality Oscar

By Michael Stones

2 Sisters Food Group technical learning and development manager Janette Graham has won the coveted Personality of the year award – part of the Food Manufacture Excellence Awards (FMEAs) – during a Venice-themed awards celebration at The Hilton Park Lane,...

Food Crime Unit boss Andy Morling listed three key achievements of the past year

Food Safety conference

Food crime boss on three achievements

By Michael Stones

The Food Crime Unit achieved three key goals over the past year, its boss Andy Morling claims in this exclusive video interview, filmed at Food Manufacture’s safety conference.

Crime is widespread throughout the food supply chain

Food Safety conference

Crime boss reports supply chain-wide offences

By Michael Stones

Food Crime Unit boss Andy Morling revealed his team had detected crime throughout the food supply chain over the past year at Food Manufacture’s food safety conference.

The Food Crime Unit boss aims to build trust with food and drink manufacturers to fight crime

Foodex Big Video Debate

Food Crime Unit boss aims to win food firms’ trust

By Michael Stones

Winning food and drink manufacturers’ trust, as a first step to persuading them to share information to help combat crime, is the top priority of the head of Food Standards Agency’s (FSA’s) Food Crime Unit Andy Morling.

Organised crime groups are targeting the food industry, warns a new report

Organised crime could infiltrate food industry

By John Wood

More than 20 organised crime groups have links to the food industry and counterfeiting and piracy could account for more than £1bn of annual UK food and drink trade, according to a new report.

Andy Morling aims to build new a new relationship with food and drink manufacturers to beat crime

Food Safety conference

Crime boss appeals for food industry partnership

By Michael Stones

The new boss of the Food Crime Unit, Andy Morling, issued a passionate plea for partnership to beat food and drink crime, in this exclusive video interview, filmed at Food Manufacture’s Food safety conference.

Keeping it secret:: 'We wouldn't want to risk blowing our cover on any operations', said Steve Wearne

Secrecy of Food Crime Unit will be essential

By Nicholas Robinson

The Food Standards Agency’s (FSA’s) new Food Crime Unit (FCU) is likely to remain secretive about much of its activities for fear of alerting criminals currently under investigation, said Steve Wearne, the FSA’s director of policy.

Fake alcohol requires urgent action from the new Food Crime Unit

Fake booze needs action from Food Crime Unit

By Nicholas Robinson

Alcohol fraud has to be given more attention and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) must take action to tackle the crime with its new £2M Food Crime Unit (FCU) soon, a leading lawyer has urged.

The FSA has also announced the appointment of a new chief operating officer

FSA names temporary food crime unit head

By Rod Addy

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has temporarily appointed Richard Hoskin as the head of the newly created Food Crime Unit (FCU), with the title head of food crime, incidents and resilience.

Brown: 'We don't have the resources to take away responsibility from the police'

FSA restructures to ensure food crime unit capability

By Rick Pendrous

The Food Standards Agency is undergoing “major restructuring” creating an estimated 50 new jobs as it sets up the food crime unit (FCU) following the publication of Professor Chris Elliott’s report into last year’s horsemeat scandal.

Elliott: 'Up to government now'

Horsemeat report: delays ‘concern’ food industry

By Rod Addy

The food industry has expressed concern over the fate of Professor Chris Elliott’s final report on the handling of the 2013 horsemeat scandal, which has been delayed until Parliament’s next session.


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