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Nish Kankiwala has been appointed ceo at Hovis

Hovis appoints new ceo

By Michelle Perrett

Hovis has appointed Nish Kankiwala as its new ceo, replacing Martyn Wilks who is to retire.  

Heinz's popularity in India could pave the way for other global brands to enter the market

Reformulate to enter emerging markets

By Nicholas Robinson

Heinz’s growing popularity in India should give other global food brands the inspiration to alter or develop products for emerging markets.

A Big Mac meal from McDonald's is now more expensive than many pub burger meals

Pub burger meals now cheaper than McDonald’s

By Laurence Gibbons

Cash strapped consumers can now get burger meals more cheaply at many pubs than at McDonald’s or Burger King, as the fast food outfits have been forced to raise prices.

Burgers such as those served at the Shake Shack in New York could be a big 2014 UK trend

Barbecue season in UK faces US burger revolution

By Rod Addy

New York-style burger trends look set to influence new product development for the UK 2014 barbecue season, according to Carlos Diaz, food director at Food Innovation Solutions.

ABP has sold its Silvercrest site to the Kepak Group

ABP sells Silvercrest plant that made horsemeat burgers

By John Wood

The Silvercrest factory in the Irish Republic that sold burgers contaminated with horse DNA to Tesco, Burger King and the Co-operative Group, has been sold by its parent company ABP Food Group to Kepak Group.

Silvercrest Foods purchased beef products containing horse DNA from Poland 'in good faith', said its parent company

Horse meat latest: ABP names its Irish supplier

By Mike Stones

ABP Food Group, the parent company of Silvercrest Foods – which supplied beef burgers contaminated with horse DNA to Tesco, Burger King and the Co-operative Group – has named Irish meat trader McAdam Food Service as its meat supplier.

Burger King has dropped ABP Food Group has a meat supplier

Union urges horse meat tests as retailers drop burger supplier

By Mike Stones

Britain’s biggest union Unison has demanded more inspection and testing of horse meat to protect consumers yesterday (January 24), as Burger King dropped meat supplies from ABP Food Group and Waitrose suspended frozen burger sales sourced by a subsidiary...

Time for a revolution

Time for a revolution

I have always respected the relationship that the French have with food. The markets, the baguette, the lunchtime set meal, the family meal table,...

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