Sideras was found guilty of conspiring to defraud the public after adding horsemeat to the food chain

Man found guilty of adding horsemeat to food chain

By Matt Atherton

A London businessman has been found guilty of conspiring to defraud the public, after adding horsemeat to minced meat, sausages, pies and ready meals that were labelled as 100% beef.

Grace Foods launched a scholarship with Brunel University, London

Caribbean food firm Grace Foods starts scholarship

By Matt Atherton

Caribbean food manufacturer Grace Foods has launched a scholarship programme with Brunel University, London, in a bid to boost the number of male British students with a Caribbean background studying at UK universities.

The blaze led to the collapse of the industrial bakery unit

Police probe cause of London bakery fire

By Michael Stones

Police and firefighters are probing the cause of a major blaze at a bakery in London, following a suspected arson attack on another bakery in the capital last month.

Lidl has made a £9M pledge to pay the minimum wage

Lidl invests £9M in living wage pledge

By Michael Stones

Discount retailer Lidl is to invest £9M in paying its 17,000-strong UK workforce the living wage – the nation’s first supermarket to achieve the landmark.

Environment secretary Liz Truss backed an EU investigation into red tape

DEFRA backs new Brussels red tape probe

By Michael Stones

A new EU probe into cutting red tape is being backed by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), environment secretary Liz Truss told this website last week.


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