Food Processing

Building for the future

Building for the future

By Rod Addy

Start-up food and drink businesses may lack affordable, practical training and facilities, but two projects offer a route forward, reports Rod Addy

Farm to fork gets a boost

Farm to fork gets a boost

Cornwall. Home to beaches, pasties ... and food manufacturing. Rebecca Green reports on the latest venture from Duchy College, aimed at encouraging this growing industry

Bridging the gulf

Bridging the gulf

By Elaine Watson

It's a familiar tale of woe, and it starts in the classroom. Teacher shortages, poor links with industry, a raft of more enticing options at GCSE, A-level and degree level, and a skills shortage that could turn into a timebomb if the industry doesn't...

Needs must ...

Needs must ...

By Rick Pendrous

Smaller firms could take advantage of government support to develop tomorrow's ground-breaking technologies. Unfortunately, to date too few have yet taken up what is on offer, as Rick Pendrous reports

It's easy to integrate

It's easy to integrate

By Bob Brooks

To meet demand for pre-packaged fixed-weight products, manufacturers are moving from manual to automated and semi-automated packaging lines.

Clean sweep for sticky problems

Clean sweep for sticky problems

By John Dunn

The cleaning of equipment is one of the biggest problems facing processors. John Dunn reports on the latest developments aimed at making the job simpler and easier

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